System Tester 9288 with connection wire and corresponding program module from version 5.0 / 9.93
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Scope of application of menus
Item 1: Fault memory
Used for fault detection / troubleshooting.
Item 2: Drive links
Used for troubleshooting. Drive links (actuators) may be triggered with System Tester 9288.
Item 3: Actual values
Used for troubleshooting. Actual values may be retrieved with System Tester 9288.
ABS 5 and ABS 5 / ABD menus
1 = Fault memory
2 = Drive links
3 = Actual values
1 = Static test
2 = System check
3 = Bleeding
ABS 5 includes only 5 menus. 3= Bleeding is omitted.
Item 1 : Static test
Electrical test of the system (preliminary check), e.g. after replacement of relays or if plugs have been disconnected. Caution: This test cannot under any circumstances replace the system check as the electrical wires and hydraulic lines are not tested for incorrect connection. In addition, the mechanical operation of the solenoids is
Item 2: System check
After carrying out specific repair and/or assembly operations on the ABS 5 or ABS 5 / ABD (refer to p. 45-7), a system check (operational test) must be run with System Tester 9288. This test is menu-controlled. Caution: Certain individual test steps must be completed within 30 seconds as the test will otherwise be aborted.
Item 3: Bleeding
Only for vehicles with ABS 5 / ABD. Not used on vehicles with ABS 5 . Used to bleed the ABD circuit of the hydraulic unit after replacing the hydraulic unit. May also be used if pedal travel is excessive, provided the system has previously been bled perfectly.
The menu-driven testing procedure and troubleshooting are described in Vol. VIII Diagnosis.
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