New diagnostic tool launched at CV Show

Published:  19 January, 2012

When it comes to truck and bus maintenance, system compatibility is the key to any purchase of diagnostic equipment and the Jaltest system puts comprehensive on-board diagnostic systems coverage – across an extensive range of vehicles – into the hands of every truck and bus mechanic.

Set to make its debut on the Eclipse Automotive Technology stand at the Commercial Vehicle Show 2011 (Stand 4 G30), Jaltest is a diagnostic tool, providing deep systems functionality and exceptional vehicle coverage, says director Richard Parkin. "These qualities make it the ideal choice for operators of mixed fleets, whether own account, independent haulage or local authorities or bus and coach operators."

Jaltest looks set to attract the interest of independent CV workshops as well as vehicle recovery specialists large and small, which may be called out to the rescue a wide range of vehicles – at any time.

ECU programming, ABS/ EBS brake, suspension and clutch calibration, Euro 5 adblue, diesel fuel injection and service re-set or are just a few of the many systems that can be investigated and tested by following an easy-to-use menu.

"An extensive database of exploded views, circuit diagrams and technical data is pre-loaded and regularly updated so that investigation, fault location and problem solving can always be determined quickly and easily."

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