Truck Diagnostic System

Truck Diagnostic System

Introducing Truck Diagnostic System.
The diagnostics you need – in less than a minute.

No Online Connection Required

Truck Diagnostic System is our easy-to-use PC-based diagnostics software solution for the diagnosis and maintenance of US07, US10 or US13 model Volvo trucks. Used in conjunction with an RP1210A compliant vehicle interface adapter, Truck Diagnostic System software reads vehicle controllers on the truck and displays detailed fault codes and component data in an easy-to-read, snapshot format – all in less than one minute.


Truck Diagnostic System can be used to:


  • Display vehicle temps, battery life, gauges, switches & more
  • Read and clear active and inactive fault codes
  • Perform critical commanded tests and bi-directional functions, including:
    • Manual regeneration of diesel particulate filter
    • Cut-out test for fuel injectors
    • Resetting of learned data
    • Resetting of trip data
  • Set select customer parameters
    • Set speed and cruise control limits
    • Set idle shutdown and PTO park brake requirements
  • Generate trip report information, including:Total running time and distance
    • Fuel economy and average driving speed
    • Idle times
    • Hard braking
    • Other data related to vehicle and driver performance
  
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Compare PTT to TDS

Sample Trip Report

PTT & TDS Tool Compairson

» Not sure which diagnostic tool best meets your needs? This comparison chart clearly demonstrates the features of both the Premium Tech Tool (PTT) and the new Truck Diagnostic System (TDS).

TDS Reports

» Click here to view a sample of the printable trip report's detailed information on driving dynamics, fault counts, transmission, brake dynamics, and more.

        

Sample Life of Vehicle Report

Updates and FAQs

TDS Reports

» Click here to view a sample of the printable Life of Vehicle report's detailed information on driving dynamics, fault counts, transmission, brake dynamics, and more.

Updates and FAQs

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