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DaimlerChrysler Powersystems Engines

DaimlerChrysler Powersystems Engines Issue B/v2.48 minidiag2 Version C4 Diagnostics and parameter settings device

Issue B/v2.48

minidiag2

Version C4

Diagnostics and parameter settings device Operating instructions

and parameter settings device Operating instructions Brief overview Display/delete error codes Page 30

Brief overview

Display/delete error codes

Page 30

Program accelerator pedal

Page 16

Modify individual parameters

Page 18

Create/modify/save parameter set

Page 36

Transfer data from PC to minidiag2

Page 54

II

Key Overview

Key Overview Confirm selection/entry Confirm selection/entry Move cursor or display field up- wards Move cursor or

Key Overview Confirm selection/entry Confirm selection/entry Move cursor or display field up- wards Move cursor or

Confirm

selection/entry

Confirm

selection/entry

Move cursor or display field up- wards or display field up- wards

Move cursor or display field downwards or display field downwards

previous menufield up- wards Move cursor or display field downwards Back to Scroll back through value display

Back to

Scroll back through value display (e.g. parameter values)cursor or display field downwards previous menu Back to Scroll forward through value dis- play (e.g.

Scroll forward through value dis- play (e.g. parameter values)Scroll back through value display (e.g. parameter values) through display Browse up through display Browse down

through displayforward through value dis- play (e.g. parameter values) Browse up through display Browse down Delete new

Browse up

through displaydis- play (e.g. parameter values) through display Browse up Browse down Delete new and not yet

Browse down

through display Browse up through display Browse down Delete new and not yet confirmed entries Minus

through display Browse up through display Browse down Delete new and not yet confirmed entries Minus

Delete new and not yet confirmed entries

Minus

pointBrowse down Delete new and not yet confirmed entries Minus Comma/Decimal letter input Switch to contrast

Comma/Decimal

letter inputnew and not yet confirmed entries Minus point Comma/Decimal Switch to contrast and brightness Setting display

Switch to

contrast andentries Minus point Comma/Decimal letter input Switch to brightness Setting display Keys currently unassigned

brightness point Comma/Decimal letter input Switch to contrast and Setting display Keys currently unassigned Reserved Text

Setting display

Keys currently

unassigned

Reserved and brightness Setting display Keys currently unassigned Text search aid Help feature III Enter numbers

Text search aid Setting display Keys currently unassigned Reserved Help feature III Enter numbers minidiag2/Connector view 1 2

Help feature display Keys currently unassigned Reserved Text search aid III Enter numbers minidiag2/Connector view 1 2 1

III

unassigned Reserved Text search aid Help feature III Enter numbers minidiag2/Connector view 1 2 1 Display

Enter numbers

minidiag2/Connector view

1 2
1
2
Help feature III Enter numbers minidiag2/Connector view 1 2 1 Display with main menu 2 Keypad

1 Display with main menu

2

Keypad

minidiag2

Connector view

2 25-pin connectors for connecting to diagnostic socket or PC incl. power supply. 1 and 3 are no longer required.

IV

minidiag2

minidiag2

minidiag2 is a DaimlerChrysler Powersystems diagnostic and parameter setting aid. It can be used separately or to complement Star Diagnose ® products.

minidiag2 is available in three versions:

Version A= successor unit for “minidiag1” with diagnostics texts.

Part no.:

Version B = incl. PC program for transferring description files and parameter blocks.

Part no.:

Version C = with authorization to influence statutory speed restrictions. In this case, the

statutory regulations as under ECE-R 89, Part I, Section 5.1.2.2 are to be observed.

0001531118

Part no.:

0001530918

0001531018

   

Printed in Germany Subject to changes in technical details for control modules and engines compared with details and illustrations contained in previous operating instructions. No reprinting, copying or translating, including as excerpts, without express written permission.

Technical status: 4. 3. 2002

DaimlerChrysler AG

Powersystems

70567 Stuttgart

Germany

Table of contents

   

1. Safety

5

1.1. Symbols

5

1.2. General

5

1.3. Proper and intended usage

5

1.4. Personnel requirements

5

1.5. Conversions and modifications to minidiag2

5

1.6. Organizational measures

5

1.7. Mercedes-Benz OEM Parts

6

1.8. Operating conditions

6

2. General

7

3. Connection

7

3.1. Connection to diagnostic socket

7

3.2. Connection to PC

8

4. Operation

9

4.1. minidiag2 information

9

4.2. Adjust display settings

10

4.3. Software/hardware versions

11

4.4. PC communication

12

4.5. ECU search routine

13

4.5.1. KWP 2000

13

4.5.2. J1587

13

4.5.3. Free running

13

4.6. Display ECU information

15

4.7. Program accelerator pedal

16

4.8. Parameter settings

18

4.8.1. Individual parameter

18

4.8.2. Data set parameter

21

4.8.3. Save modified parameter set

24

4.9. Displaying actual values

26

4.9.1. Display analog measurement values

26

4.9.2. Display binary measured values

28

4.10. Display/delete fault code memory

30

4.10.1. Display fault code memory

30

4.10.2. Delete fault code memory

32

5. minidiag2 assistant

34

5.1. minidiag2 assistant tasks

34

5.2. Installation

34

5.3. Create/modify/save parameter set

36

5.3.1. Creating parameter set

36

5.3.2. Modify parameter set

40

5.3.3. Save minidiag2 parameters to PC

44

5.4. Save to or load data carrier

48

5.4.1. Save to data carrier

48

5.4.2. Load from data carrier

51

5.5. Transfer files to minidiag2

54

Safety

1.Safety

1.1. Symbols

The following notes are marked with different symbols.

!

Risk of injury!

This symbol is used for all safety notes, which if ignored may result in immediate

danger of injury or death.

! This symbol is used for all safety notes, which if ignored result primarily in a risk of material and functional damage.

All notes which serve to ease both understanding and working with the minidiag2 are highlighted in blue.

1.2. General

!

Danger of accident and death!

The minidiag2 diagnostics device can be used to influence safety-relevant con- figurations on the engine and vehicle (e.g. accelerator pedal analysis, control for engine brake etc.). Improper editing of parameters may signi- ficantly affect the characteristics of the engine or vehicle. This in turn may cause damage to people and property.

1.3. Proper and intended usage

The minidiag2 diagnostics device is solely in- tended for the contractually defined application

purpose. Any other use, or one in addition to this, is not deemed to be proper and intended usage. DaimlerChrysler cannot be held responsible for any consequential damage resulting from such action. The previous minidiag2 operating instructions are to be adhered to.

1.4. Personnel requirements

Parameter settings may only be performed by relevantly trained or DaimlerChrysler trained personnel as well as skilled personnel in DaimlerChrysler authorized workshops.

1.5. Conversions and modifications

to minidiag2 Arbitrary modifications to minidiag2 may compromise the functionality and safety of the device. DaimlerChrysler cannot be held responsible for any damage resulting from such action.

1.6. Organizational measures

The operating instructions should be handed over along with the minidiag2 diagnostic device to the personnel assigned to operate it and should be kept close at hand. The operating instructions are to be augmented by the generally valid, country-specific, statu- tory and miscellaneous regulations pertaining to accident prevention and environmental protection.

Safety

     

1.7.

Mercedes-Benz OEM parts

x

The operating temperature range lies between

The device is to be kept dry. If fluid pene-

Mercedes-Benz OEM Parts are subject to the most stringent of quality inspections and serve to guarantee the best possible functionality, safety and value retention. Each component is specifically designed, manufactured, selected and approved for DaimlerChrysler. For this reason, we cannot accept any responsibility

x

0°C and 50°C. Deviating temperatures may compromise the functionality of the electronic components

trates the inside of the device, the electronic circuits will be corroded – this can then lead to a malfunctioning of the device

for consequential damage as a result of using parts and accessories which do not comply with such requirements. In Germany and in several other countries specific components such as, for

x

The device may not be opened. The warranty is rendered null and void if the device is opened. Improper treatment may result in damage occurring

example, safety parts are only approved for in- stallation and conversion when they correspond with valid statutory regulations. This precondition is always fulfilled by

x

Do not drop, push or hit the device. Such action could break the sensitive PCBs within the device. This could cause the device to malfunction

Mercedes-Benz OEM parts. In those instances where other parts are used that have not been tested and approved by DaimlerChrysler this may – even where in indi-

x

Do not use aggressive chemicals, solutions or powerful cleaning agents to clean the mini- diag2. Use a soft cloth dampened with a mild soap solution only to wipe down the device

vidual cases an inspection or authorization exists – lead to an inability to assess or guarantee

x

The device is designed as a diagnostic unit and is not intended for continuous operation

such parts in spite of current market monitoring. Warranty claims may therefore be unilaterally restricted by DaimlerChrysler.

x

Warranty claims will not be accepted for any faults which are the consequence of improp- er operation, faulty or negligent treatment or handling

1.8. Operating conditions

! Observe the following list of operating conditions in order to avoid any damage to the device and components.

Faulty devices are to be returned to the address below within the warranty period (6 months as from DaimlerChrysler date of dispatch):

x

The device may not be stored or operated

DaimlerChrysler AG

in locations that exhibit a high degree

Powersystems

of exposure to dust or high air humidity

SVA Department

x

Storage temperature may not be in excess

70567 Stuttgart

of 80°C

Germany

General

Connection

     

2. General

The minidiag2 diagnostics device enables the following operations to be performed on Mercedes-Benz ecu:

x

programming of accelerator pedal (see page 16)

x

parameter setting (see page 18)

x

reading out actual values (see page 26)

x

reading out/deleting fault code memory (see page 30)

All ECUs are subject to constant advanced development. Please appreciate that for this reason we reserve the right to make alterations. Therefore, all details, illustrations and speci- fications contained in these operating instruc- tions cannot be called on to press claims.

3. Connection

3.1. Connection to diagnostic socket

! The ignition must be switched off when connecting!

x Use an appropriate cable (see illustration)

connecting! x Use an appropriate cable (see illustration) Cable for diagnostics socket connection. Left: counter

Cable for diagnostics socket connection.

Left: counter connector for connection to 25-pin socket on minidiag2 (see cover page IV). Right: counter connector for connection to diagnostics socket.

minidiag2

1

minidiag2 info

2

ecu search routine

3

PC communication

F2/F3

Note:

The F2 (darker) and F3 (brighter) keys can be used to adjust the con- trast directly

x

Switch on ignition

x

minidiag2 switches on automatically

x

Main menu appears

Connection

     

3.2. Connection to PC

When connected to a PC, the minidiag2

requires a voltage supply (12 V

as of 800 mA). To this end an external power supply should be connected to the corresponding connector (see cover page IV).

24

V/

x

The minidiag2 is connected to the PC’s RS 232 serial interface

x

Use an appropriate cable (see illustration)

x Use an appropriate cable (see illustration) minidiag2 1 minidiag2 info 2 ecu search routine

minidiag2

1

minidiag2 info

2

ecu search routine

3

PC communication

F2/F3

x

minidiag2 switches on automatically after being connected

x

Main menu appears

Cable for connection to PC.

9-pin: counter connector for connection to PC’s RS 232 serial interface. 25-pin: counter connector for connection to 25-pin minidiag2 connector (see cover page IV).

Operation

     

4. Operation

minidiag2

1

minidiag2 info

2

3

ecu search routine

PC communication

F2/F3

system information

1

releaseinfo

2

3

sw/hw version

display

releaseinfo

February 2002

2 3 sw/hw version display releaseinfo February 2002 4.1. minidiag2 information Display device’s serial number

2 3 sw/hw version display releaseinfo February 2002 4.1. minidiag2 information Display device’s serial number
2 3 sw/hw version display releaseinfo February 2002 4.1. minidiag2 information Display device’s serial number

4.1. minidiag2 information Display device’s serial number and software version:

x

Connect minidiag2 (see page 7)

x

Main menu appears

x

Cursor at “minidiag2 info”

Cursor at “release info”

x

Description of device configuration displayed

x

Back to main menu

x

Back to main menu

Operation

     
 

minidiag2

 
 

1

minidiag2 info

2

ecu search routine

3

PC communication

 

 

system information

 

1

releaseinfo

 
2 3
2
3

sw/hw version

display

 

 

display settings

 

1

contrast

 

2

back light

 

 

contrast

 

F2 = stronger F3 = weaker press << to escape

 
 

back light

 

F2 = lighter F3 = darker press << to escape

4.2. Adjust display settings Configuration of display contrast and brightness.

x In the main menu set the cursor to “minidiag2 info”  

x

In the main menu set the cursor to “minidiag2 info”

 

x

Cursor on display

to “minidiag2 info”   x Cursor on display   x Move the cursor to the corresponding
 

x

Move the cursor to the corresponding position to adjust the display’s contrast and brightness

x The function keys and

x

The function keys

x The function keys and

and

x The function keys and
enable the contrast to be gradually adjusted; go back with:

enable the contrast to be gradually adjusted; go back with:

 

x

After selecting back light the brightness can be adjusted in the same manner; go back to the main menu using:

3 x

x After selecting back light the brightness can be adjusted in the same manner; go back

Operation

     
 

minidiag2

 
 

1

minidiag2 info

2

ecu search routine

3

PC communication

 

F2/F3

 
  F2/F3  
 

 

system information

 
1 2 3
1
2
3

release info

 

sw/hw version

display

   
   
 

 

minidiag2 info

 
 

A code:

0001531018

 

serial nr:

2210

OSSW-Ver.:

01.02.02

software:

02.46.00

date:

20.02.02

 
 

4.3. Software/hardware versions

x

Cursor on “minidiag2 info”

x

Cursor on “sw/hw version” (sw/hw versions).

sw

hw = hardware

= software

A code:

Ser.-Nr (Ser. no.): = serial number

OSSW-version:

software:

date:

= Mercedes-Benz part number

= operating system version = user software version = latest update

x Back to main menu:

Operation

     
 

minidiag2

 
 

1

minidiag2 info

2 3
2
3

ecu search routine

PC communication

 

F2/F3

 
  F2/F3  
 

 

RS 232 remote operation

 
   
   
 

 

minidiag2

 
   

1

minidiag2 info

 

2

ecu search routine

3

PC communication

 

F2/F3

4.4. PC communication In order to be capable of transferring data from the PC to the minidiag2, the diagnostics device must be configured accordingly:

Connect minidiag2 to PC (see page 8).

x

Main menu appears

x

Cursor on “PC communication”

x

Data transfer using PC software start “minidiag2 assistant” (see page 54 cf.)

x

minidiag2 is ready to accept data from PC

x

Back to main menu:

Operation

     

minidiag2

1 2 3
1
2
3

minidiag2 info

ecu search routine

PC communication

F2/F3

ecu detection

1

KWP 2000

2

J1587

3

Free running

1 KWP 2000 2 J1587 3 Free running ecu detection 1 2 3 KWP 2000 J1587

ecu detection

1 2 3
1
2
3

KWP 2000

J1587

Free running

ecu detection

1

KWP 2000

2 3
2
3

J1587

Free running

1 KWP 2000 2 3 J1587 Free running 4.5. ECU search routine x Connect minidiag2 (see

4.5. ECU search routine

x

Connect minidiag2 (see page 7)

x

Main menu appears

x

Cursor on “ecu search routine”

4.5.1. KWP2000

x For Actros, Atego, Axor, IMO etc./CAN, K-line, Deployment: international (ISO 14230)

or:

4.5.2. J1587

x Including for Freightliner corporation, diag. bus/deployment: NAFTA States (SAE J1708 physical layer/J1587 protocol)

or:

4.5.3. Free running

x For “LK” und “SK” trucks, K-line/deployment:

international (ISO 9141)

Operation

     
 

ecu list

1 2 3
1
2
3

ADM text fault

PLD text fault

FMR no text fault

x A list of connected ecu’s is displayed

Alongside the abbreviations for the ecu the suffixes are also listed:

text fault

minidiag2 for the respective ecu no text fault = description file not loaded into minidiag2 for the respective ecu

= description file loaded into

If a ecu description file is not loaded in the minidiag2, then no explanatory text for fault codes, measured values etc. will be made available. Parameter settings and specific diagnostic rou- tines cannot be performed for this ecu. The loading of description files and parameter sets with the aid of the “minidiag2 assistant” PC program (see Chapter 5.5., “Transfer files to minidiag2”, page 54).

Description files in accordance with the ecu information (see page 15) can be requested from DaimlerChrysler.

Operation

     
 

ecu list

 

4.6. Display ecu information

 

x

Run ecu search routine (see page 13)

1 2 3
1
2
3

ADM text fault

x

Cursor on required ecu (e.g. PLD)

PLD text fault

 

FMR no text fault

 
   
     
 
 

 

PLD

function

 

x

Cursor on “system info”

1

diagnosis

 

2

set parameters

3

routines

4 5
4
5

password routines

 
4 5 password routines    
 

system info

 

 

PLD

sysinfo

 

x

ecu information appears:

   

A code

= Mercedes-Benz part number = 14-digit figure = diagnostics version = connection pin on

 
 

A code:

A0004467440

 

engine number:

065535 00126075

 

Engine number

diag ver:

6

DiagVer

Pin:

3

Pin

B_PLD_SW_V56_NEU

 

minidiag2

B_PLD_SW_V56_NEU = description file name

Operation

     
 

 
 

ecu list

 

1

ADM text fault

   
   
   
 

 

ADM

function

 

1

diagnosis

 
2 3 4
2
3
4

set parameters

routines

system info

 
system info  
 

 

ADM

routine list

 

01

acc. pedal adjust.

 

02

set param. on default

03

oil level lamp

04

engine stop lamp

 
04 engine stop lamp  

05

fault lamp

06

grid heater lamp

 

 

ADM

routine1

 

if initial start-up, ecu or acc. pedal change. (press OK to continue)

 
if initial start-up, ecu or acc. pedal change. (press OK to continue)  

16

 

4.7. Program accelerator pedal

Accelerator pedal contacts (idle throttle, full throttle) are not assigned any constant signal values. For this reason, it is necessary to perform a one- time programming of the accelerator pedal on the vehicle ecu. This procedure enters the accelerator pedal contacts in the ecu’s permanent memory. When an accelerator pedal or ecu is exchanged the programming routine has to be repeated.

x

The accelerator pedal must be in the idle position

x

Run ecu search routine (see page 13)

x

Cursor on vehicle ecu (e.g. ADM or FMR)

x

Cursor on “routines”

x

Cursor on “acc. pedal adjust”

! Parameter setting must not be performed with running engine!

Operation

     

ADM

routine1

adjust routine running

ADM

routine1

“+ - - A“ push down acc. pedal!

ADM

routine1

“+ - - +“ limiting stops detected! press OK to store, press << to escape

ADM

routine1

ADM OK! adjustment routine successful press OK to continue

ADM

6

turn ignition off for 6s

 

x

Wait for next display

x

Press accelerator pedal to floor and hold there for approx. 5 seconds, until next display appears

x

Press “OK” for temporary storage of the signal values

Press “OK” for temporary storage of the signal values   x Continue routine with “OK”  
 

x

Continue routine with “OK”

the signal values   x Continue routine with “OK”   x To permanently store the accelerator
 

x

To permanently store the accelerator pedal signal values, turn off the ignition for 6 seconds

x

After switching off the ignition a count- down appears. Switch on ignition again after the 6 seconds have elapsed

Operation

     
 

ecu list

   
 

1

ADM text fault

2

FMR text fault

3

PLD no text fault

   
   
 

 

ADM

function

 
1 2 3
1
2
3

diagnosis

 

set parameters

 

routines

 

4

system info

 
  4 system info  
 

 

ADM

parameter

 
   

1

 
 

read/write ecu parameters

 

2

select parameter set

3

store modified parameter set

 
3 store modified parameter set  
 

4.8. Parameter settings The minidiag2 diagnostic device can be used to perform two types of parameter settings:

x

individual parameters

x

data set parameter

In addition to this, modified parameter data can be stored from the ecu back into the minidiag2 (see page 24), in order to load them back into the PC from the minidiag2 at a later stage (see page 44).

4.8.1. Individual parameters Individual parameter settings values are modified.

x

Run ecu serach routine (see page 13)

x

Cursor on desired ecu (e.g. ADM)

x

Functions of selected ecu appear

x

Cursor on “set parameters”

x

Cursor on “read/write ecu parameters”

Operation

     
 

ADM

pargroup

 
01 02 03
01
02
03

CAN

config. vehicle

common limiters

 

04

limiters LIMO/1

 
  04 limiters LIMO/1  

05

limiters KLIMA

07

configuration PTO

 

 

ADM

pargroup 2

 
 
 

1

idle single step

 
2 3 4
2
3
4

idle ramp rate

max. adjusted idle

max. speed inc./dec.

 
 
 

5 transmission type

6 ABS/ATC type

 

 

ADM

par 2/3

 

850

 

rpm

 

maximum adjusted idle speed default: 850

max:

4000

min:

0

 

 
 

ADM

par 2/3

1000

rpm

 

maximum adjusted idle speed default: 850

max:

4000

min:

0

 

x

The ecu parameter groups are displayed

x

Cursor on required parameter group (e.g. “02 config. vehicle”)

x

Parameters of selected parameter group displayed

x

Cursor on required parameter (e.g. “3 max. adjusted idle”)

x

Displayed value of selected parameter:

Par 2/3

= parameter 3 of group 2

850 rpm = current value

Default

= presetting/default value

max

= maximum value

min

= minimum value

x

Enter new value. If an incorrect entry is made it can be deleted by pressing the “clear” key

minimum value x Enter new value. If an incorrect entry is made it can be deleted

Operation

     
 

ADM

par 2/3

1000

rpm

 

maximum adjusted idle speed default: 850

 

3 x

max:

4000

max: 4000

min:

0

 

ADM

6

 

turn ignition off for 6s

 
 

ADM

parameter

1

   

read/write ecu parameters

2

select parameter set

3

store modified parameter set

x

After completing the parameter setting, turn off the ignition for 6 seconds. Only then will the modified parameters be permanently stored in the ecu

x

After switching off the ignition a countdown is displayed. Switch on again after the 6 seconds have elapsed

x

Communication with the ecu is restarted

If several parameters have to be modi- fied, first of all modify all the para- meters and then turn off the ignition for 6 seconds.

! Parameter setting must not be performed with running engine.

Operation

     
 

ecu list

1 2 3
1
2
3

ADM text fault

PLD text fault

FMR no text fault

 

 

PLD

function

1 2 3
1
2
3

diagnosis

 

set parameters

 

routines

 

4 password routines

 

5 system info

 

 

PLD

parameter

1

read/write ecu parameters

select parameter set

   
2 3
2
3

store modified parameter set

 

4.8.2. Data set parameter

A created parameter data set is sent to a ecu.

Thus all the ecu parameter values are modified

at the same time, according to the parameter

data set.

 

x

Create parameter data set using “minidiag2 assistant” PC program (see page 36)

x

Transfer parameter data set to minidiag2 using “minidiag2 assistant” PC program (see page 54)

x

Run ecu search routine (see page 13)

x

Cursor on required ecu (e. g. PLD)

(see page 13) x Cursor on required ecu (e. g. PLD)   x Functions of selected
 

x

Functions of selected ecu are displayed

x

Cursor on “set parameters”

of selected ecu are displayed x Cursor on “set parameters”   x Cursor on “select parameter
 

x

Cursor on “select parameter set”

of selected ecu are displayed x Cursor on “set parameters”   x Cursor on “select parameter

21

Operation

     
 

PLD

par/customer

1

Müller

 

2

Mayer

 

PLD

parameter

1

application 1

 

2

application 2

 

PLD

parameter

flashing active:

 

engine identification

 

PLD

parameter

1

application 1

2

application 2

 
 

PLD

 

6

 

turn ignition off for 6s

 

x

Cursor on desired customer (e. g. “Müller”)

  x Cursor on desired customer (e. g. “Müller”)   x Cursor on required application 1
 

x

Cursor on required application 1 (e.g. “application1”)

Cursor on required application 1 (e.g. “application1”)   x The selected ecu (PLD) is then load
 

x

The selected ecu (PLD) is then load in accor- dance with the parameter data set (data record) “application1”. Each parameter group transferred is displayed

x

The parameters of the selected ecu (PLD) have now been loaded in accordance with the data set (data record) “application1”

2 x

with the data set (data record) “application1” 2 x   x After completing the parameter setting,
 

x

After completing the parameter setting, turn off the ignition for 6 seconds. Only then are the modified parameters permanently stored in the ecu

x

After switching off the ignition a countdown is displayed. Switch on again after the 6 seconds have elapsed

Operation

     

PLD

parameter

1

 
 

read/write ecu parameters

2

select parameter set

3

store modified parameter set

x Communication with the ecu is restarted

! Parameter setting must not be performed with running engine.

Operation

     
 

ecu list

   
1 2 3
1
2
3

ADM text fault

PLD text fault

FMR no text fault

   
   
 

 

PLD

function

 
1 2 3
1
2
3

diagnosis

 

set parameters

 

routines

 

4 password routines

   
  4 password routines    

5 system info

 
 

 

PLD

parameter

 

1

read/write ecu parameters

   
2 3
2
3

select parameter set

store modified parameter set

 
store modified parameter set  
 

 

PLD

store param.

 

Noname

   

enter customer name press OK to continue press << to escape

   
enter customer name press OK to continue press << to escape    

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4.8.3. Save modified parameter set (ecu to minidiag2) Parameter data can be stored from the ecu back to the minidiag2.

x

Run ecu search routine (see page 13)

x

Cursor on required ecu (e.g. PLD)

x

The selected ecu functions are then displayed

x

Cursor on “set parameters”

x

Cursor on “store mofified parameter set”

x

Enter or select customer name (if available) or accept automatically generated name (Noname)

Operation

     

PLD

store param.

Acquired1

enter parameter set name

press OK to continue press << to escape

PLD

store param.

reading:

engine identification

PLD

parameter

1 read/write ecu parameters

2 3
2
3

select parameter set

store modified parameter set

3 select parameter set store modified parameter set x Enter “parameter set name” or accept automatically

x

Enter “parameter set name” or accept automatically generated name (Acquired 1)

x

Parameter groups are read in and displayed

x

The parameter data set is read out/stored by the selected ecu (PLD)

The modified parameter data set can now be saved by the minidiag2 to the PC (see Chapter 5.3.3., “Save parameter from minidiag2 to PC”, page 44).

! Parameter setting must not be performed with running engine.

Operation

     
 

ecu list

1

PLD text fault

2

ADM text fault

 

 

PLD

function

1

diagnosis

 

2

set parameters

 

3

routines

4

password routines

 

5

system info

 

 

PLD

diagnosis

1

show actual values

 

2

show fault code memory

 
 

 

PLD

actual values

1

show analog values

   

2

show binary values

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4.9. Display actual values

4.9.1. Display analog measured values

 

x

Run ecu search routine (see page 13)

x

Cursor on required ecu (e.g. PLD)

routine (see page 13) x Cursor on required ecu (e.g. PLD)   x The selected ecu
 

x

The selected ecu functions are then displayed

x

Cursor on “diagnosis”

functions are then displayed x Cursor on “diagnosis”   x Cursor on “show actual values”  
 

x

Cursor on “show actual values”

Cursor on “diagnosis”   x Cursor on “show actual values”   x Cursor on “show analog
 

x

Cursor on “show analog values”

Cursor on “diagnosis”   x Cursor on “show actual values”   x Cursor on “show analog

Operation

     

PLD

list ana

01

 

engine torque demand

02

max. moment. torque

03

actual torque

04

injection time

05

internal value

06

actual speed demand

PLD

ana1

500

Nm

engine torque demand from FR or PSM the value is with not operated acc. pedal zero, at idle nega- tive and with operated acc.

PLD

ana1

500

Nm

pedal positive. The benchmark figures depend on the type. max: 5000

min:

– 5000

figures depend on the type. max: 5000 min: – 5000 x Alist of the analog measured

figures depend on the type. max: 5000 min: – 5000 x Alist of the analog measured
figures depend on the type. max: 5000 min: – 5000 x Alist of the analog measured
figures depend on the type. max: 5000 min: – 5000 x Alist of the analog measured

x

Alist of the analog measured values is displayed

x

Cursor on required analog measured value (e.g. “01 engine torque demand”)

x

The value of the selected analog measured value, attendant physical unit and an explanatory text are displayed

Scroll down through display

Display next analog measured value

Display previous analog measured value

Operation

     
 

ecu list

 
 

1

PLD text fault

 

2

ADM text fault

   
   
 

 

PLD

function

 
   

1

diagnosis

 

2

set parameters

3

routines

4

password routines

 
4 password routines  

5

system info

 

 

PLD

diagnosis

 
   

1

show actual values

 

2

show fault code memory

   
   
 

 

PLD

actual values

 
1 2
1
2

show analog values

   

show binary values

   
   
 

 

PLD

list bin

 

2/1

warning buzzer

 

2/2 stop lamp 2/3 CAN-status low 2/4 CAN-status high 3/1 status term. 15 MR 3/2 status term. 15 FR

   
2/2 stop lamp 2/3 CAN-status low 2/4 CAN-status high 3/1 status term. 15 MR 3/2 status

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4.9.2. Display binary measured values

x

Run ecu search routine (see page 13)

x

Cursor on required ecu (e.g. PLD)

x

The selected ecu functions are then displayed

x

Cursor on “diagnosis”

x

Cursor on “show actual values”

x

Cursor on “show binary values”

x

The list of binary measured values are displayed:

e.g. 2/1 = binary measured value 1 of group 2

x

Cursor on required binary measured value (e.g. “2/1 warning buzzer”)

Operation

     

PLD

bin 2/1

110

0

no

warning buzzer 0: warning buzzer not activated 1: warning buzzer activated

x The current status “not requested” and explanation (lower text) of binary measured value are displayed. Cursor is positioned on selected binary measured value.

Display next binary measured valuevalue are displayed. Cursor is positioned on selected binary measured value. Display previous binary measured value

Display previous binary measured valuevalue are displayed. Cursor is positioned on selected binary measured value. Display next binary measured value

Operation

     
 

ecu list

1

PLD text fault

2

ADM text fault

3

FMR no text fault

 

 

PLD

function

1

diagnosis

 

2

set parameters

 

3

routines

4

password routines

 

5

system info

 

 

PLD

diagnosis

1 2
1
2

show actual values

   

show fault code memory

 

 

PLD

fcm

1

actual fault code

 

2

stored fault code

 

3

delete fault code memory

4.10. Display/delete fault code memory

4.10.1. Display fault code memory

 

x

Run ecu search routine (see page 13)

x

Cursor on required ecu (e.g. PLD)

routine (see page 13) x Cursor on required ecu (e.g. PLD)   x The selected ecu
 

x

The selected ecu functions are then displayed

x

Cursor on “diagnosis”

ecu functions are then displayed x Cursor on “diagnosis”   x Cursor on “show fault code
 

x

Cursor on “show fault code memory”

ecu functions are then displayed x Cursor on “diagnosis”   x Cursor on “show fault code

actual faul codes = actually valid (not yet cleared) fault codes. These cannot be deleted. stored faul codes = not actually (possibly already cleared) fault codes. These can be – if required – deleted.

Operation

     
 

 

PLD

fcm

1

actual fault code

 

2

stored fault code

 

3

delete fault code memory

   
   
 

PLD

act. fault code

 
   

1

20309

 

2

10409

3

11515

4

11615

 
4 11615  
 

 

act. fault code 1

 

20309

0 h.

 

crankshaft sensor

 

interruption

 
interruption  
 
 

x

Cursor on required fault group (e.g. “actual fault code”)

x

The fault codes of the selected fault group are displayed

x

Cursor on required fault code (e.g. 20309)

x

The selected fault code, attendant description (consisting of fault names and explanations/ remedies) as well as the status of the operat- ing hours counter are displayed

Display next fault code

Display previous fault code

The operating hours counter indicates the number of operating hours that have elapsed since the last fault code occur- rence. The counter can count to a maxi- mum of 255 hours; after reaching this maximum value it will stop counting.

Operation

     
 

ecu list

1 2 3
1
2
3

ADM text fault

PLD text fault

FMR no text fault

PLD

function

1 diagnosis

2 set parameters

3 routines

4 password routines

5 system info

PLD

diagnosis

1 2
1
2

show actual values

show fault code memory

PLD

fcm

1 actual fault code

2 3
2
3

stored fault code

delete fault code memory

PLD

fcm

fault code memory deleting

4.10.2. Delete fault code memory

 

x

Run ecu search routine (see page 13)

x

Cursor on required ecu (e.g. PLD)

routine (see page 13) x Cursor on required ecu (e.g. PLD)   x The selected ecu
 

x

The selected ecu functions are then displayed

x

Cursor on “diagnosis”

functions are then displayed x Cursor on “diagnosis”   x Cursor on “show fault code memory”
 

x

Cursor on “show fault code memory”

  x Cursor on “show fault code memory”   x Cursor on “delete fault code memory”
 

x

Cursor on “delete fault code memory”

  x Cursor on “delete fault code memory”   x The ecu fault code memory is
 

x

The ecu fault code memory is deleted

x

Wait for next display

minidiag2 assistant

     

PLD

fcm

no more fault codes found

PLD

fcm

more actual fault codes in memory

Depending upon the state of the fault code memory, one of the two following messages is then shown on the display:

x No more actual (not yet cleared) fault codes in memory. The entire fault code memory has been deleted

or:

x

The fault code memory contains current (not yet cleared) faults

 

Current (not yet cleared) faults cannot be deleted.

x

After completing work on the fault code memory, turn off the ignition for 6 seconds. Only then will the modified faults be permanently deleted from the ecu

x

After switching off the ignition a countdown is displayed. Switch on again after the 6 seconds have elapsed

minidiag2 assistant

     

5.minidiag2 assistant

5.1. minidiag2 assistant tasks

5.2. Installation

x

Create or modify parameter sets of ecu’s

The minidiag2 assistant software is available via:

(see page 36)

x

the Internet by e-mail or

x

Save or load parameter sets and description files (see page 48)

x

on data carrier (diskettes/CD-ROM)

x

Transfer parameter sets and description files to the minidiag2, in order to program the parameters of the ecu’s accordingly

In order for the minidiag2 assistant software to be used, it must be installed on your PC. The system requirements for this are as follows:

(see page 54)

x

Microsoft ® Windows™ 3.1 or higher

 

x

main memory (RAM) of at least 8 MB

x

free hard disk capacity of at least 10 MB

Step 1:

e-mail: (Internet) Save the files attached to an e-mail into a directory on the hard drive. Diskettes/CD-ROM:

Insert installation diskette/CD-ROM into drive.

Step 2:

With the aid of a file manager (e.g. MS Explorer) or the command path select the “SETUP.EXE” file and run it.

Following this a window appears to allow selection of the target drive (see next page).

minidiag2 assistant

     
minidiag2 assistant   Sub-Menu   Homepage   selection of target drive Step 3: select a target

selection of target drive

Step 3:

select a target drive (local hard drive, usually “C:”) for the installation and confirm by pressing the “Copy” button. The minidiag2 assistant will then automatically create the “Minidiag” directory on the hard drive. The Setup window appears with a progress bar, followed by a message window on the successful installation.

followed by a message window on the successful installation. installation progress display message window following

installation progress display

the successful installation. installation progress display message window following successful installation Step 4:

message window following successful installation

Step 4:

click on “OK”, after which the installation procedure is concluded.

minidiag2 assistant

     

5.3. Create/modify/save parameter set with minidiag2 assistant

5.3.1. Create parameter set Step 1:

run minidiag2 assistant using the “Mdiagass.exe” in the “Minidiag” directory on the PC. The start window appears.

directory on the PC. The start window appears. start window Step 2: click on “parameter assistant”.

start window

Step 2:

click on “parameter assistant”. The “parameter assistant” window appears.

minidiag2 assistant

     
minidiag2 assistant   Sub-Menu   Homepage   “parameter assistant” window Step 3: go to the

“parameter assistant” window

Step 3:

go to the “parameter set” menu and click on the “new” option. Next window: “new parameter set”.

minidiag2 assistant

     
minidiag2 assistant   Sub-Menu   Homepage   “new parameter set” window Step 4: in the “ecu”

“new parameter set” window

Step 4:

in the “ecu” field click on the required ecu, for which a parameter set is to be created. Step 5:

click on the required ecu version in the “diagnosis version” field. Read out ecu version using minidiag2 (see page 15). Step 6:

click on the required description file in the “description file” field. Step 7:

click on the required language in the “language” field.

Step 8:

enter new customer name or click on existing customer name in the “customer” field. Step 9:

enter the new parameter set name in the “parameter set” field. Step 10:

comments can be entered in the “comments” field. Step 11:

click on “select”. Next window: “parameter data”.

minidiag2 assistant

     
minidiag2 assistant   Sub-Menu   Homepage   “parameter data” window Step 12: click on the parameter

“parameter data” window

Step 12:

click on the parameter group to be displayed or modified (highlighted in green). Step 13:

enter the required value of each parameter in the “actual” field (highlighted in red). actual = set value of a parameter. default = presetting or default value of parameter (not changeable). min = minimum value of parameter (not changeable). max = maximum value of parameter (not changeable). demension = parameter unit (not changeable).

If “default” is clicked, the parameter values for all the groups are reset to the original values.

Step 14:

to save the created or modified parameter set go to the “parameter set” menu and click on “save”.

minidiag2 assistant

     

5.3.2. Modify parameter set Step 1: run minidiag2 assistant using the “Mdiagass.exe” file in the “Minidiag” directory on the PC. The start window appears.

directory on the PC. The start window appears. start window Step 2: click on “parameter assistant”.

start window

Step 2:

click on “parameter assistant”. The “parameter assistant” window is opened.

minidiag2 assistant

     
minidiag2 assistant   Sub-Menu   Homepage   “parameter assistant” window Step 3: go to the

“parameter assistant” window

Step 3:

go to the “parameter set” menu and click on the “open” option. The “parameter selection” window is opened.

minidiag2 assistant

     
minidiag2 assistant   Sub-Menu   Homepage   “parameter selection” window Step 4: click on the

“parameter selection” window

Step 4:

click on the required ecu, for which the parameter set is to be modified, in the “ecu” field. Step 5:

click on the corresponding ecu version in the “diagnosis version” field. Step 6:

click on the corresponding description file in the “description file” field. Step 7:

click on the corresponding language in the “language” field.

Step 8:

click on the appropriate customer name in the “customer” field. Step 9:

click on the appropriate parameter set to be modified in the “parameter set” field.

Click on “delete parameter set” to delete the selected parameter set.

Step 10:

click on “select”. The “parameter data” window appears.

minidiag2 assistant

     
minidiag2 assistant   Sub-Menu   Homepage   “parameter data” window Step 11: click on the parameter

“parameter data” window

Step 11:

click on the parameter group to be modified (highlighted in green). Step 12:

click on the required value of the respective parameter in the “actual” input field (highlighted in red). For more details see page 39. Step 13:

to save the modified parameter set go to the “parameter set” menu and click on the “save” option.

minidiag2 assistant

     

5.3.3. Save parameters from minidiag2 to PC Step 1:

run the minidiag2 assistant using the “Mdiagass.exe” file in the “Minidiag” directory on the PC. The start windows appears.

directory on the PC. The start windows appears. start window Step 2: click on “logistic assistant”.

start window

Step 2:

click on “logistic assistant”. The “logistic assistant” window is opened.

minidiag2 assistant

     
minidiag2 assistant   Sub-Menu   Homepage   “logistic assistant” window Step 3: click on “parameter

“logistic assistant” window

Step 3:

click on “parameter from minidiag2”. 2 additional windows open containing infor- mation on the parameter data set from the ecu (see following page).

minidiag2 assistant

   
minidiag2 assistant   Sub-Menu   Homepage “information on parameter data set from ecu” window Step 4:
minidiag2 assistant   Sub-Menu   Homepage “information on parameter data set from ecu” window Step 4:

“information on parameter data set from ecu” window

Step 4:

after confirming by clicking on “OK”, the parameter set is copied to the PC and the procedure is thus concluded. Notes on checking this can be found on the following page under “Step 5”.

minidiag2 assistant

     
minidiag2 assistant   Sub-Menu   Homepage   “parameter selection” window Step 5: checking new

“parameter selection” window

Step 5:

checking new parameter set from ecu in the parameter assistant. See Chapter 5.3.2. Modify parameter set (open).

minidiag2 assistant

     

5.4. Save to or loading from data carrier

5.4.1. Save to data carrier Step 1: run the minidiag2 assistant using the “Mdiagass.exe” file in the “Minidiag” directory on the PC. The start window appears.

directory on the PC. The start window appears. start window Step 2: click on “logistic assistant”.

start window

Step 2: click on “logistic assistant”. The “logistic assistant” window is opened.

minidiag2 assistant

     
minidiag2 assistant   Sub-Menu   Homepage   “logistic assistant” window Step 3: click on “store on

“logistic assistant” window

Step 3:

click on “store on data carrier”. Next window: “store on data carrier”.

minidiag2 assistant

     

Step 4: click on selected target drive and make selection.

Step 4: click on selected target drive and make selection. “store on data carrier” window In

“store on data carrier” window