Enhanced (Guided) Diagnostics Enhanced (Guided) Diagnostics

Diagnostic information from each vehicle's service manual and Electronic Troubleshooting Manual can be included within Par-Tech's Enhanced Diagnostics System. The Enhanced Diagnostic System can display scan tool tests and diagnostic procedures including but not limited to:
  1. Component tests — Allow quick (ON/OFF) tests of individual vehicle components such as MIL, fuel pressure, etc.
  2. System tests — Allow automated diagnosis of complete vehicle systems such as EGR, Turbo systems, and Common Rail Fuel System components.
  3. Symptom tests — Allow technicians to diagnose various vehicle symptoms such as no start hard start, low power, etc.
  4. Procedure tests — Outline miscellaneous diagnostic procedures such as fuel contamination, crankcase ventilation diagnosis, common rail pressures and other systems.
Note: Par-Tech will build these tests as per directed in the service manuals released by our customers and used for this purpose. Par-Tech does not have the technical license to develop tests outside of those listed and explained within the service literature.

Enhanced Diagnostics System can automatically check for other related DTCs and forward the technician to other diagnostic procedures, when necessary. Live data (i.e. fuel pressure actual vs. desired, engine speed, etc.) relating to the current step of the diagnostic procedure is displayed on-screen so the technician does not need to use a seperate scan tool to obtain a quick reading. Links to service programming, view/clear DTCs, and view freeze frame/failure records can also be provided.

Supplemental information will also be provided within Par-Tech's Enhanced Diagnostic System, to assist the technician in diagnosing and repairing the issue. This information includes:
  1. DTC overview — Includes information about the DTC such as conditions for running the DTC, conditions for setting the DTC, action taken when the DTC is set and conditions for clearing the DTC.
  2. Repair/replace procedures — Detail how to repair or replace specific components such as terminals, wires, etc.
  3. Component locators — Provide pictures and descriptions of the location of the component within the vehicle that the technician is requested to examine.