Accessing Parameter Lockout on Caterpillar ET Software


Accessing Parameter Lockout on Caterpillar ET Software Parameter Lockout #Purpose The Parameter Lockout function allows parameters to be locked so that they cannot be changed anywhere in the Service Tool by service Mechanics. To unlock the parameters, Factory or Customer… Continue Reading


New Holland Electronic Service Tools(CNH EST 9.4 9.2 8.6 engineering Level )+ Diagnostic Procedures + White CNH DPA5 kit diagnostic tool


The software is 9.4 9.2 engineering level, CNH EST 8.6 software is dealer level.engineering level has more functions than dealer level and CNH 9.4 9.2 is with diagnostic procedure. NOTE: 1.If you choose Heavy Duty Truck Software CNH EST 8.6 Dealer… Continue Reading


What is the difference between IDS and SDD


1. Is IDS Integrated Diagnostic Software used on Jaguars pre 2005 Yes the old program to work on the jags before 2005 is called IDS. We have v128 and V131 that have this software included and only runs on win… Continue Reading


Using Segment and Reset on Caterpillar ET Software


Using Segment and Reset on Caterpillar ET Software Segment and Reset 1). SEGMENTS The “Segment” function allows performance parameters and totals accumulated to be viewed. -Different parameters display for the data analysis. -Trip Segment functions and data currently available on… Continue Reading


Land Rover 825 Watt Surround Sound System Retrofit Configuration by JLR SDD


This post show you the configuration of Land Rover 825 watt surround sound system retrofit by JLR SDD diagnostic software. Land Rover Discovery 4 Parts: 3 SRS speaker 825 watt amplifier Amplifier wire harness D-pillar plaque L405/L494 Parts: 3 tweeters… Continue Reading


Speed Control on Caterpillar Engines


Desired Speed Control Top Engine Limit (TEL) “TEL” is a customer programmable parameter that defines the maximum allowable engine speed for maximum power (Software Dependent). “TEL” can be programmed up to the maximum rated engine speed. “TEL” is defined along… Continue Reading