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CONTENTS

General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Cables/Adapters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Software Installation Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Start-up and Keyboard Worksheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Screens/Icons Worksheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Controller Status Worksheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Retrieve Fault Codes Worksheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Monitor Parameters Worksheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Programming Worksheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Additional Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
A -- INSITE Simulator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
B – INSITE Live Tractor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
C – ATLAS Bosch Fuel Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Configuring Worksheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Set Outputs Worksheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
ASIST Pages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Troubleshooting EST Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103

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IMPORTANT NOTE:
This manual was originally produced to train New Holland Dealerships on the use of the EST -- Electronic Service
Tool.

The manual can be used for the Case IH brand products by substituting the appropriate model family information
as follows:

Case IH Models New Holland Models


JXC Tractors TN/TNA Tractors
JXU Tractors TL/TLA Tractors
MXU Tractors TSA Tractors
MXM Tractors TM Tractors
MX Magnum Tractors TG Tractors
STX Tractors TJ Tractors

LBX Balers BBA Balers


RBX Round Balers BR Round Balers
WDX Windrowers HW Windrowers
FHX Forage Harvester FP Forage Harvester

1200 Planters SP Planters


ADX Air Carts Flexi coil Air Carts

AFS AccuGuide IntelliSteer

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ELECTRONIC SERVICE TOOL

GENERAL INFORMATION
The electronic Service Tool is a laptop computer based service and diagnostic tool that communicates with the
tractor, combine, implement, etc. data bus. The Electronic Service Tool will:

• Display the controller software version.


• Retrieve fault codes stored within controllers.
• Monitor sensor and switch parameter information.
• Download software to controllers.
• Provide a Windows based link to the engine diagnostic tool, engine diagnostic tool help, and engine
calibration download tool.
• Configure vehicle features
• Provide troubleshooting and diagnostic information

The Electronic Service Tool consists of the following:

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Electronic Service Tool Components
Section 1: General Information
The Electronic Service Tool is used for a variety of applications in the equipment line. Some components of the
Electronic Service Tool are required, and some of the components are optional.

Section 2: Electronic Service Tool Components


The Electronic Service Tool kit consists of the following:

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Item Number Description


1 Electronic Service Tool Setup and Maintenance Manual (87012631)
2 Kit Pouch CAS40048
3 DC to AC Power Convertor
4 Laptop Computer AC Power Cord
5 Electronic Service Laptop Computer
J1939 Vehicle Interface Cable (CAS2579)
6 Electronic Protocol Adapter (Dearborn CAS2578)
Gray Computer Cable (CAS2580)
7 Adapter (CAS2659)

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Section 3: Benchtop Harness Kit
The Electronic Service Tool kit can be updated with a bench top harness kit (CAS2751). These harnesses can
be used to allow bench downloading (selected controllers only) of controller software anytime an upgrade is
available for installation. This optional kit allows the customer and dealer to schedule the upgrade at a time that
is convenient to both parties and eliminate the need to install software updates while the entire system is
connected and functional.

The Main Harness adapter can also be used to power up the Universal Display for marketing or training purposes.

Benchtop Harness Kit -- CAS2751


The Electronic Service Tool bench top kit contains the following components:

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Item Number Description


1 Service Tool Update Information
Monitor Interface Unit (MIU) adapter harness (CAS2751--2)
2 Multiple Channel Controller (MCC) adapter harness (CAS2751--3)
Yield Monitor Interface Unit (YMIU) adapter harness (CAS2751--4)
3 Kit Pouch CAS2751
4 Optional AC to DC Power Convertor (CAS2751--5)
5 Main Harness (CAS2751--1)

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Section 4: Download Tool
NOTE: The Download Tool software is not required if Electronic Service Tool is available for software down-
loading.
The PTO and Hitch systems of selected tractors may require software installation. The Download Tool can be
installed on a compatible laptop computer and used with the Download Cable CAS2563 in Europe (CAS2551--3
North America). The purpose of the Download Tool is to provide the dealer organization with a method for:

• Downloading software to Hitch and PTO controllers when replaced. Controllers received from the parts
organization are supplied without software installed.
• Downloading software to selected tractor controllers when updates are required.

The Download Tool consists of:

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Item Number Description


1 Extension Cord (CAS2551--75)
2 Serial Port Adapter
3 Software File Floppy Disk (CAS2551--10)
4 Download Tool User Information
5 Download Adapter Harness (CAS2551--3)
6 Kit Pouch
7 Download Adapter Harness (CAS2551--4)

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Introduction
Section 1: General Information
The Electronic Service Tool is a laptop computer based service and diagnostic tool that communicates with the
vehicle (tractor, combine, implement, etc.) data bus. The Electronic Service Tool will:

• Display the controller software version installed.


• Retrieve fault codes stored within controllers.
• Monitor data bus based switch and sensor data parameters.
• Download software to controllers.
• Provide troubleshooting and diagnostic information.

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Section 2: Windows® Component Identification

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Item Number Description


1 Shortcut Icon (s)
2 Task Bar
3 Start Button

Shortcut Icons
These symbols provide an easy method to open programs, documents, files, folders, system features, and
components. When the Electronic Service Tool software is installed a shortcut icon is placed on the desktop
screen. If the Electronic Service Tool program is exited the shortcut icon can be used to restart the program.
Using the left button of the mouse, double click (click two times) on the shortcut icon to start the Electronic Service
Tool program.

Task Bar
The task bar contains the start button, displays which programs are currently open, and the time. An auto hide
feature of the task bar can be activated to hide it from view when operating the computer. To see the task bar,
move the cursor arrow to the task bar location and the task bar will appear.

Start Button
The start button is located in the task bar. It allows the user to start programs and open documents, files, and
folders within the Windows operating system.

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Section 3: Electronic Service Tool Component Identification
When the Electronic Service Tool is started it will launch the application most recently used and will display the
CONTROLLER STATUS screen. Each application has unique screens but the screens have common features.

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Item Number Description


1 Application Title
2 Screen Function Tool Bar Icons
3 Screen Function Identification
4 Minimize, Restore, Close Buttons
5 Controller Identification Window
6 Function Buttons (Dark = Active; Gray = Inactive)
7 Status Bar Comm Link Status (Communication Status)
8 Pull Down Menus

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Application Title
The application title is located in the upper left corner of the screen. It identifies what vehicle can be
communicated with from this screen.

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IMPORTANT: Be aware of the vehicle PIN number. Be aware of the vehicle engine serial number.

Tool Bar (Screen Function) Identification Icon


These icons are located in the upper center part of the screen. Each vehicle application has individual functions
that can be performed. To access another function of the Electronic Service Tool, place the cursor arrow over
the desired function icon. Using the left button of the mouse, click on the icon to transfer to the desired function.
The specific purpose for each icon is discussed with the individual vehicle information in this manual.

Icon Symbol Icon Name (Function)


Open File -- The Open File command provides a shortcut to open an existing file
for the Electronic Service Tool testing and analysis. This command can be used
only in Electronic Service Tool screens that provide retrieval of information. In all
other screens it is disabled.
Save File -- The Save File command provides a shortcut to save the active win-
dow information (including any changes) to a new or an existing file. This com-
mand can be used only in Electronic Service Tool screens that provide saving of
information to a file. In all other screens it is disabled.
Controller Status -- The Controller Status screen allows the user to identify the
Software ID, Software Version, the Communication Status, and retrieve version
information from all controllers.
Retrieve Controller Faults -- The Retrieve Controller Faults screen is functional
in the grain Harvesting Application. Retrieval of controller faults in the grain Har-
vesting Application is not supported.
Monitor -- The Monitor screen allows the user to view inputs (parameters) to
each of the controllers.

Programming -- The Programming screen allows the user to view the controller
and software information installed in each of the controllers. It also allows the
user to download updated software to each of the controllers.
Additional Tools -- The Additional Tools screen provides a link to start: • Trimble
FlashLoader 100 Tool (selected applications) • Engine Diagnostic and Engine
Calibration Tool (selected applications)
Configuration -- The Configuration Screen allows the user to configure specific
vehicle features.

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Icon Symbol Icon Name (Function)
Implement Configuration -- The Implement Configuration Screen allows the user
to configure: • The Implement Model Selection

Troubleshoot Problem -- The Troubleshoot Problem screen supplies information


to assist the user in troubleshooting specific vehicle faults.

Help On Item -- The Help On Item screen provides information concerning how
to operate the Electronic Service Tool screens.

User Help -- The User Help screen provides general information concerning the
use of the Electronic Service Tool.

ASIST -- Off line ASIST browser tool is used to search for ASIST summaries by
product.

Screen Function Identification


This screen area is located in the upper center part of the screen. It identifies the current screen function
(CONTROLLER STATUS shown).

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Minimize, Restore, Close Buttons


This area is located in the upper right corner of the screen. The buttons allow the user to:

• Minimize the Electronic Service Tool screen. This button is used to reduce the window size. The window
is open but it is represented by a button in the task bar.
• Restore the Electronic Service Tool screen. This button is used to return a window to its previous size.
• Close the Electronic Service Tool application. This button is used to close the application.
• Maximize the Electronic Service Tool screen. This button is used to increase the window to its largest
possible size.

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Controller Identification Window
This screen area is located in the center of the screen. It identifies the controllers that can be communicated with
from this application, software identification, and individual controller communication status.

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Function Buttons (Dark = Active; Gray = Inactive)


The function buttons can be located in various areas of the screen. They allow specific information to be gathered
from the vehicle controllers. If the function button is dark, it is currently active and can be used to gather
information from the controller(s). If the button is gray, it is not currently active and can not be used to gather
information from the controller(s).

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Comm Link Status (Communication Status)
This area is located in the lower right hand corner of the screen. It allows the user to identify the communication
status with the vehicle.

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NOTE: If Comm Link Down is displayed in the Comm Link Status area of the screen ALL controllers will be
OFF LINE.

Pull Down Menus


The pull down menus allow the user to:

1. Exit the Electronic Service Tool application


2. Change Electronic Service Tool application
3. Adjust Electronic Service Tool functions
4. Reset Electronic Service Tool communication link
5. Change Electronic Service Tool screen function
6. Research Electronic Service Tool help information and version number

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To operate a pull down menu, use the left button of the mouse to click on the pull down menu, then the selection
below.

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NOTE: If part of the pull down menu is dark, it is currently active and can be selected from the menu. If part
of the pull down menu is gray, it is currently inactive and can not be selected from the menu.

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Section 4: Pull Down Menus
At the top of the screen below the application title are the following pull down menus:

File
The File pull down menu allows:

• Files to be opened.
• Files to be saved.
• Files to be printed.
• The user to exit the Electronic Service Tool.

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Tool
The Tool pull down menu allows:

• Changing Electronic Service Tool applications.

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View
The View pull down menu allows:
• Activating the tool bar and status bar (illustrated with a check ! mark symbol).
• Deactivating the tool bar and status bar.
• Adjusting the rate the screen values are updated.
• The Electronic Service Tool Screens to displayed in English or Metric units.

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Communication
The Communication pull down menu allows:

• The Electronic Service Tool communication link to be reset.

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Window
The Window pull down menu allows:

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Help
The Help pull down menu allows:

• Search help subjects of the Electronic Service Tool


• Electronic Service Tool software version verification.

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CABLES/ADAPTERS
Electronic Service Tool (EST) connectors listed by machine series (NH).
Electronic Service Tool connections are required by vehicle type and series.
See the charts below for a list of all connectors required for communication between the Electronic
Service Tool and individual machines. The charts list the adapters by model (Chart 1) and by adapter
part number (Chart 2). All connectors can be ordered through the parts system.
NOTE 1: Part number supersessions are shown in Chart 3.

CHART 1 -- ADAPTER REQUIREMENTS BY MODEL / SERIES


Cable Adapter Needed
NEW HOLLAND SERIES / MODELS (ALL ITEMS MARKED WITH ** ARE INCLUDED IN THE BASIC EST TOOL KIT)
Part Number Description
70A Series Tractor 380000199 Portable Diagnostic Tester (PDT) to Rexroth EHR interface cable
380000087 RS232 to vehicle
Big Baler (BB-
(BB - Series)
380000602** 20 ft serial cable
380001216** CAN Protocol Adapter 3
CR Combine 380000099** DPA to vehicle
380000602** 20 ft serial cable
380000810 RS232 to vehicle
FlexiCoil Air Cart with FlexControl
380000602** 20 ft serial cable
Forage Harvester, Pull Type (790, 380000086 RS232 to vehicle
FP230, FP240) - Metal Detector 380000602** 20 ft serial cable
Forage Harvesters, 380000817 Adapter cable, EST to vehicle
Self Propelled (FX30/40/50/60) 380001216** CAN Protocol Adapter 3
380001216** CAN Protocol Adapter 3
ISO 11783 Components 380000099** DPA to vehicle
380000602** 20 ft serial cable
380001216** CAN Protocol Adapter version 2 or 3
Planter (SP 280-
280 - 480) 380000099** DPA to vehicle
380000602** 20 ft serial cable
380001216** Controller Area Network (CAN) Protocol Adapter version 2 or 3
380000099** Dearborn Protocol Adapter (DPA) to vehicle
Planter (SP) 380000601 Cable, Implement Connector
380000602** 20 ft serial cable
380000061** Implement Bus Adapter
380001216** CAN Protocol Adapter version 2 or 3
Planter, Pivot Transport (SP580) 380000099** DPA to vehicle
380000602** 20 ft serial cable
Round Balers (8 Series and BR 380000085 RS232 to vehicle
Series) 380000602** 20 ft serial cable
380001216** CAN Protocol Adapter version 2 or 3
Sprayer, SPX 4260 Sprayer
S S (2002
380000099** DPA to vehicle
model year and above)
380000602** 20 ft serial cable
380001216** CAN Protocol Adapter version 2 or 3
TG S
Series
i Tractor
T t (Serial
(S i l Number
N b
380000099** DPA to vehicle
JJA0125001 and above)
380000602** 20 ft serial cable
380001216** CAN Protocol Adapter version 2 or 3
TJ Series Tractor 380000099** DPA to vehicle
380000602** 20 ft serial cable

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Cable Adapter Needed
NEW HOLLAND SERIES / MODELS
(ALL ITEMS MARKED WITH ** ARE INCLUDED IN THE BASIC EST TOOL KIT)
380001452 Adapter cable, EST to vehicle (replaces 380000282)
TL / TLA TN / TNA Series Tractors
380000602** 20 ft serial cable
TM 120-- 140 Tractor with Dual 380000431 Adapter
Power Shift 380000602** 20 ft serial cable
TM 120-- 155 Tractor with Full Power 380000431 Adapter
Shift 380000602** 20 ft serial cable
380000431 Adapter
TM 175-- 190 Tractor with Full Power 380001216** CAN Protocol Adapter 3
Shift 380000099** DPA to vehicle
380000602** 20 ft serial cable
TM175 / 190 Tractor 380000809 CAN jumper for Electronic Hydraulic Remote (EHR) Controllers
TS / TM (1) Tractor 294151 Portable Diagnostic Tester (PDT) to vehicle
380000099** DPA to vehicle
TSA-Series
TSA Series Tractors 380000602** 20 ft serial cable
380001216** CAN Protocol Adapter 3
Windrowers, Self Propelled 380000088 RS232 to vehicle
(HW-Series) 380000602** 20 ft serial cable

CHART 2 -- APPLICATION BY ADAPTER PART NUMBER


Cable Adapter Needed
NEW HOLLAND SERIES / MODELS (ALL ITEMS MARKED WITH ** ARE INCLUDED IN THE BASIC EST TOOL KIT)
Part Number Description
70A Series Tractor 380000199 Portable Diagnostic Tester (PDT) to Rexroth EHR interface cable
380000087 RS232 to vehicle
Big Baler (BB-
(BB - Series)
380000602** 20 ft serial cable
380001216** CAN Protocol Adapter 3
CR Combine 380000099** DPA to vehicle
380000602** 20 ft serial cable
380000810 RS232 to vehicle
FlexiCoil Air Cart with FlexControl
380000602** 20 ft serial cable
Forage Harvester, Pull Type (790, 380000086 RS232 to vehicle
FP230, FP240) - Metal Detector 380000602** 20 ft serial cable
Forage Harvesters, Self Propelled 380000817 Adapter cable, EST to vehicle
(FX30/40/50/60) 380001216** CAN Protocol Adapter 3
380001216** CAN Protocol Adapter 3
ISO 11783 Components 380000099** DPA to vehicle
380000602** 20 ft serial cable
380001216** CAN Protocol Adapter version 2 or 3
Planter (SP 280-
280 - 480) 380000099** DPA to vehicle
380000602** 20 ft serial cable
380001216** Controller Area Network (CAN) Protocol Adapter version 2 or 3
380000099** Dearborn Protocol Adapter (DPA) to vehicle
Planter (SP) 380000601 Cable, Implement Connector
380000602** 20 ft serial cable
380000061** Implement Bus Adapter
380001216** CAN Protocol Adapter version 2 or 3
Planter, Pivot Transport (SP580) 380000099** DPA to vehicle
380000602** 20 ft serial cable
Round Balers (8 Series and BR 380000085 RS232 to vehicle
Series) 380000602** 20 ft serial cable
380001216** CAN Protocol Adapter version 2 or 3
Sprayer, SPX 4260 Sprayer
S S (2002
380000099** DPA to vehicle
model year and above)
380000602** 20 ft serial cable

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Cable Adapter Needed
NEW HOLLAND SERIES / MODELS
(ALL ITEMS MARKED WITH ** ARE INCLUDED IN THE BASIC EST TOOL KIT)
380001216** CAN Protocol Adapter version 2 or 3
TG S
Series
i Tractor
T t (Serial
(S i l Number
N b
380000099** DPA to vehicle
JJA0125001 and above)
380000602** 20 ft serial cable
380001216** CAN Protocol Adapter version 2 or 3
TJ Series Tractor 380000099** DPA to vehicle
380000602** 20 ft serial cable
380001452 Adapter cable, EST to vehicle (replaces 380000282)
TL / TLA TN / TNA Series Tractors
380000602** 20 ft serial cable
TM 120-- 140 Tractor with Dual 380000431 Adapter
Power Shift 380000602** 20 ft serial cable
TM 120-- 155 Tractor with Full Power 380000431 Adapter
Shift 380000602** 20 ft serial cable
380000431 Adapter
TM 175-- 190 Tractor with Full Power 380001216** CAN Protocol Adapter 3
Shift 380000099** DPA to vehicle
380000602** 20 ft serial cable
TM175 / 190 Tractor 380000809 CAN jumper for Electronic Hydraulic Remote (EHR) Controllers
TS / TM (1) Tractor 294151 Portable Diagnostic Tester (PDT) to vehicle
380000099** DPA to vehicle
TSA-Series
TSA Series Tractors 380000602** 20 ft serial cable
380001216** CAN Protocol Adapter 3
Windrowers, Self Propelled 380000088 RS232 to vehicle
(HW-Series) 380000602** 20 ft serial cable

CHART 3 -- PART NUMBER SUPERSESSIONS


Part Number Superseded by Part
Number
15658 380000810
CAS2578 and CAS2578A** 380001216
CAS2579 and CAS2579A** 380000099
CAS2659** 380000061
CAS2580A** 380000602

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SOFTWARE INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

Section 1: Introduction
IMPORTANT: The Electronic Service Tool must not be connected to a vehicle (tractor, combine, or other) while
performing the software installation procedure.

The Electronic Service Tool must be connected to a stable power source while performing the software
installation procedure. Internal battery power will not be adequate to complete the entire procedure.

It is NOT necessary to remove any saved files before performing this upgrade and other software approved by
CNH Global N.V. will not be adversely affected by this upgrade.

General Information
The following installation and setup guide contains instructions for the installation of the Electronic Service Tool
(EST) upgrade software. The upgrade includes Electronic Service Tool software and Engine Diagnostic Tool
software (INSITEt version 6).

IMPORTANT: This installation involves multiple CD--ROM disks. Each disk is labelled. It will be important to
use the CD disk labeling to identify what order the CD disk(s) should be placed in the CD--ROM drive.

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Item Description
1 Electronic Service Tool Installation CD Disk -- Refer to Section 2: Electronic Service
Tool Setup Program (Installation Setup)
2 EST Diagnostic Procedures CD Disk -- Refer to Section 6: EST Diagnostic Procedures
Installation
3 Multiple CD--ROM Disk Labelling

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What do I need before I begin this Electronic Service Tool upgrade installation?
Before beginning this Electronic Service Tool software installation, the installer should have the following items:
1. Electronic Service Tool laptop computer.
2. Electronic Service Tool Subscription Key -- The Subscription Key is required to install and use the Electronic
Service Tool (EST) program.

IMPORTANT: If the Subscription Key is not installed on the EST laptop computer parallel port this software
upgrade will not install. The EST computer will not communicate to a vehicle without the Subscription Key.

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Item Description
1 Subscription Key
2 EST Computer Parallel Port

3. Dated Electronic Service Tool Compact Disks


• Electronic Service Tool, Disk X of X, version XX.XX.0.0 with INSITE

4. Electronic Service Tool -- Dealer Installation and Setup Guide (87056139).

Do I need to install Engine Diagnostic software (INSITEt version 6) with this Electronic Ser-
vice Tool upgrade installation?
INSITE version 6 is an upgrade to the INSITE Engine Diagnostic Tool software used previously.

INSITEt Engine Diagnostic Tool software should be installed on your Electronic Service Tool laptop com-
puter only if you need to service products with the following engines:

• 8.3/9.0 Liter engines with 24 valves (QSC/QS9)


• 15 Liter engines with electronic controls (QSX15)

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What is the INSITEt Registration?
IMPORTANT: Anytime the INSITEt application is installed (or reinstalled) a basic/registration password and
a functional password (functional password used with INSITE version 6) must be entered before communication
can be established with an engine control module (ECM).

Record the PC ID number from your Electronic Service Tool screen before contacting the Dealer Support
Organization. Each Electronic Service Tool laptop computer generates a unique PC ID number. The PC ID
number is used to determine the registration and functional passwords.

To obtain the required Insite password(s) (basic/registration and/or functional) contact the company via ASIST,
it may be a couple hours before a response is received. Refer to Section 7: Insite Engine Diagnostic Software
Passwords — INSITE version 6 of this Dealer Installation and Setup Guide.

Basic/Registration Password
The basic/registration password must be entered the first time the INSITE version 6 program is started. The
basic/registration password allows the INSITE version 6 program to open.

Functional Password
After the basic/registration password is entered, a functional password must be entered before Calibration file
download and engine tests with selected engine control modules (ECMs) will be possible.

After completing the Electronic Service Tool software installation and registration process, record the PC ID and
the registration password numbers. The PC ID and registration password numbers should be kept with the
Electronic Service Tool.

EST Laptop Model Number:


INSITE 6.x PC ID Number:
INSITE 6.x Basic/Registration Password:
INSITE 6.x Functional Password:

What parts of the Electronic Service Tool upgrade installation should be kept for future use?
DO NOT discard the following materials, they could be used to restore an Electronic Service Tool if required

1. Electronic Service Tool Installation Compact Disks, most recent version.


2. Electronic Service Tool -- Dealer Installation and Setup Guide, most recent version.
3. Electronic Service Tool PC ID number. The PC ID number should be recorded on documentation normally
kept with the Electronic Service Tool.
4. Electronic Service Tool basic/registration password and functional password. The basic/registration
password and functional password number(s) should be recorded on documentation normally kept with the
Electronic Service Tool.

Who do I contact for technical assistance with the Electronic Service Tool?
• Contact the company via ASIST for technical support information.

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Section 2: Electronic Service Tool Setup Program (Installation Setup)
Start the Electronic Service Tool laptop computer. Do not connect the computer to the vehicle (tractor, combine,
or other).

NOTE: During software installation procedures, programs should be closed and virus protection should be
disabled.

Exit any running software. Left click the File pull down menu and then the Exit selection.

Left Click Mouse On: File > Exit

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Insert the Electronic Service Tool Installation compact disk into the CD--ROM Drive.
NOTE: Each Electronic Service Tool software upgrade compact disk will be labelled with a version number and
date. Refer to Section 9: Electronic Service Tool Software Version Verification of this Dealer Installation
and Setup Guide.

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Left click the Start button of the task bar and then the Run… button.

Left Click Mouse On: Start > Run

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Place the cursor in the Run dialog box and type “D:\Setup.exe” . Left Click the OK
button.

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If the Subscription Key has not been installed...

The EST Subscription Information screen will display. Install the Subscription Key and left click the Retry
button. If the Subscription Key has been installed, this screen will not display.

IMPORTANT: If the Subscription Key is not installed on the EST laptop computer parallel port, the software
will not install.

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An Electronic Service Tool Installation Menu screen will display.

Left click the Install Electronic Service Tool Base Software button.

Left Click Mouse On: Install Electronic Service Tool Base Software

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NOTE: As the Electronic Service Tool installation progresses, instructional and information screens will display.
During the installation process, these screens will inform the installer of any actions required.

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The Electronic Service Tool will display a Welcome screen. Left click the Next button.

NOTE: The Welcome screen may be displayed in the background. If so, left click on the background area of
the screen to bring it to the front of the display screen.

Left Click Mouse On: Next

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The Electronic Service Tool will display an Information screen. This screen informs the installer of basic computer
settings to optimize the viewing of the Electronic Service Tool screens. Left click the Next button.

Left Click Mouse On: Next

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The Electronic Service Tool will perform initial system setup. When system setup is complete the installation
process will begin.

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The Electronic Service Tool will install Electronic Service Tool operational files.

NOTE: This process will take a few minutes.

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When the Electronic Service Tool Base Software program is installed a Setup Complete screen will display.
Left click the Finish button.

Left Click Mouse On: Finish

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Section 3: Adobe Acrobat Reader Software Installation
Acrobat Reader software is used to view selected troubleshooting documents.
• The Acrobat Reader program will not affect how the Electronic Service Tool operates or how the operator
uses the Electronic Service Tool.
NOTE: If Adobe Acrobat Reader has been previously installed and is operating properly, this installation is not
required.

Left click the Install Adobe Acrobat Reader Software button.

Left Click Mouse On: Install Adobe Acrobat Reader Software

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Installation of the Adobe Acrobat program will begin.

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The Electronic Service Tool will display an Acrobat Reader Setup screen. This screen is used to guide the
installer through the installation process. Left click the Next button.

Left Click Mouse On: Next

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The Electronic Service Tool will display a Software Licence Agreement screen. Left click the

Accept button.

Left Click Mouse On: Accept

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The Electronic Service Tool will display a Choose Destination Location screen. This screen displays information
concerning installation of the Acrobat program on the Electronic Service Tool laptop computer hard drive storage

disk. Left click the Next button.

Left Click Mouse On: Next

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The program files will be installed on the Electronic Service Tool laptop computer. An information screen
will display. Left click the OK button.

Left Click Mouse On: OK

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Section 4: Insite Engine Diagnostic Software Installation
INSITE version 6 is an upgrade to the INSITE Engine Diagnostic Tool software used previously. INSITEt Engine
Diagnostic Tool software should be installed on your Electronic Service Tool laptop computer only if you need
to service products with the following engines:
• 8.3/9.0 Liter engines with 24 valves (QSC/QS9)
• 15 Liter engines with electronic controls (QSX15)

If your dealership does not service products with these engine models, installation of the Engine Diagnostic
information is not required.

Left click the Install Insite Engine Diagnostic Software button.

Left Click Mouse On: Install Insite Engine Diagnostic Software

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The Electronic Service Tool will prepare to install the Insite Engine Diagnostic and Download Tool program.

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IMPORTANT: Monitor the progress of the installation. Follow on screen instructions.

• Some Electronic Service Took laptop computer operating systems will require the computer to be restarted
one or more times. If prompted, left click the Yes button to restart the (EST) laptop computer.

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The Electronic Service Tool will display an INSITE Setup screen. Left click the Next button.

Left Click Mouse On: Next

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The Electronic Service Tool will display a Date/Time Verification screen.

• If the date or time is not correct, left click the Cancel button and correct the PC date and time
information before completing the installation.
• If the date or time is correct left click the Next button.

IMPORTANT: Failure to set the correct date and time may result in incorrect operation.

Left Click Mouse On: Cancel or Next

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The Electronic Service Tool will display a Licence Agreement screen. Left click the Accept button.

Left Click Mouse On: Accept

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The Electronic Service Tool will display a Language Selection screen. Left click the name of the desired
language (English is the default language) and then the Next button.

Left Click Mouse On: Language > Next

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The Electronic Service Tool will display a Destination Folder screen. Verify the available free space on the hard
drive storage disk is larger than the required space to install the INSITE program. Left click the Next
button.
IMPORTANT: Do not change the Destination Folder information. The directory must be set to c:\intelect\insite
for the program to operate properly.

Left Click Mouse On: Next

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A Ready to Install INSITE screen will display. Left click the Install button.

NOTE: A Remove screen will display if INSITE is already installed. If the INSITE has not be operating properly,
choose to remove and reinstall the software by left clicking the Remove button. Follow the
on-screen instructions, and launch the installation again (it would display install at this point). Otherwise,
left click the Cancel button.

Left Click Mouse On: Install

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The Electronic Service Tool will display a Setup Status screen.

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IMPORTANT: Monitor the progress of the installation. Follow on screen instructions.

• Some Electronic Service Tool laptop computer operating systems will require the computer to be restarted.
If prompted, left click the Yes button to restart the laptop.

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The Electronic Service Tool will display an INSITE Setup Complete screen. Left click the Finish
button.

Left Click Mouse On: Finish

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Section 5: Electronic Service Tool Installation Disk Removal
If the Install Electronic Service Tool Diagnostic Procedures Software
button is selected from the EST Installation menu a Setup screen will display. If the Setup screen displays,
left click the OK button and then the Exit button.

IMPORTANT: Proceed to Section 6: EST Diagnostic Procedures Installation of this Dealer Installation and
Setup Guide.

Left Click Mouse On: OK > Exit

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Remove the Electronic Service Tool Installation compact disk from the CD--ROM Drive.

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Section 6: EST Diagnostic Procedures Installation
Insert the disk labeled EST Diagnostic Procedures Disk 1 of X, version XX.XX.0.0 into the CD--ROM Drive.

NOTE: Each Electronic Service Tool software upgrade compact disk will be labelled with a version number and
date. Refer to Section 9: Electronic Service Tool Software Version Verification of this Dealer Installation
and Setup Guide.

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Left click the Start button of the task bar and then the Run… button.

Left Click Mouse On: Start > Run

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Place the cursor in the Run dialog box and type “D:\Setup.exe” . Left click the OK
button.

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The Electronic Service Tool will display a Welcome screen. Left click the Next button.

Left Click Mouse On: Next

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The Electronic Service Tool will perform initial system setup. When system setup is complete the installation
process will begin.

NOTE: This process will take a few minutes.

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The Electronic Service Tool will install EST Diagnostic files.

IMPORTANT: During the installation process a message will be displayed, “Please insert the next disk, Disk
x.” After Disk x is placed in the CD--ROM drive the installation process can continue until all EST Diagnostic
Procedure files are installed.

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A Setup Complete screen will display. Left click the Finish button.

Left Click Mouse On: Finish

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The Electronic Service Tool desktop screen will display.

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Item Description
Electronic Service Tool Shortcut -- The EST Shortcut is used to open the Electronic
1
Service Tool program from the desktop screen if the EST program has been closed.

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Section 7: Insite Engine Diagnostic Software Passwords — INSITE version 6
IMPORTANT: To obtain the required Insite password(s) (basic/registration and/or functional) contact the
company via ASIST, it may be a couple hours before a response is received. Anytime the INSITEt application
is installed (or reinstalled) a basic/registration password and a functional password (us ed with INSITE version
6) must b e entered before communication can be established with an engine control module (ECM). Always
keep a record of the PC ID number, basic/registration, and functional passwords.
Record the PC ID number from your Electronic Service Tool screen before contacting the Dealer Support
Organization. Each Electronic Service Tool laptop computer generates a unique PC ID number. The PC ID
number is used to determine the registration and functional passwords.

Start the Electronic Service Tool software by double clicking (click two times quickly) the
Electronic Service Tool icon (short cut) of the desktop screen. If the Electronic Service Tool
laptop computer is connected to a vehicle (tractor, combine, implement, etc.) the
Communication Status column of the Controller Status screen will indicate if
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communication has been established. If the Electronic Service Tool laptop computer is not
connected to a vehicle the Communication Status column will indicate the vehicle as being Off Line and an

Electronic Service Tool dialog box will display. Left click the OK button.

Left Click Mouse On: OK

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To install a basic/registration password, a functional password and complete the Insite Engine Diagnostic Tool
setup, an appropriate vehicle (tractor, combine, or other) application must be selected:

IMPORTANT: Select a vehicle application (tractor, combine, or other) that uses one of the following engines:
• 8.3/9.0 Liter engines with 24 valves (QSC/QS9)
• 15 Liter engines with electronic controls (QSX15)

Left click the Additional Tools button.

Left Click Mouse On: Additional Tools

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The Additional Tools screen will be displayed. Left click the Start the Insite Engine Diagnostic and Download Tool
button.

Left Click Mouse On: Start the Insite Engine Diagnostic and Download Tool

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Item Description
1 Start the Insite Engine Diagnostic and Downloading Tool -- This button
provides
id a link
li k from
f the
th Electronic
El t i Service
S i Tool
T l to
t the
th Insite
I it Engine
E i
Diagnostic Tool (INSITEt) program.

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Basic/Registration Password
If this is the first time the Insite Engine Diagnostic and Download Tool program has been launched since it was
installed, you will be prompted to register the program.

• A basic/registration password and a functional password (used with INSITE version 6) must be entered
before communication can be established with an engine control module (ECM).

Record the PC ID number from your Electronic Service Tool screen before contacting the Dealer Support
Organization.

• Each Electronic Service Tool laptop computer generates a unique PC ID number. The PC ID number from
each computer is used to determine the registration and functional passwords.

IMPORTANT: To obtain the required Insite password(s) (basic/registration and/or functional) contact the
company via ASIST, it may be a couple hours before a response is received.

Type the basic/registration password into the spaces provided. Left click the OK button.

IMPORTANT: The password for each EST computer is unique. Do not enter the hyphens during the process.
The spaces are arranged so the alpha--numeric groups are automatically separated as the password is entered.

• Anytime the INSITEt application is installed or re--installed the registration password must be entered. The
basic password provides read only access to INSITE.

Left Click Mouse On: OK

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Item Description
1 Security Information PCI ID (sample shown, do not use this number) -- The PC ID number
is used to determine the registration and functional passwords. Each Electronic Service
Tool laptop computer generates a unique PC ID number.

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Functionality Password
A password must be entered to set the functionality level of the INSITE program. The functionality password
is entered on the Options window. After the INSITE program functionality is registered it can be connected to
the ECM on the vehicle. To enter the functionality level password, left click the Tools menu and then Options
selection.

Left Click Mouse On: Tools > Options

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The Options window Connections screen will display.

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Left click Security in the navigation tree to view the Security screen and then the Add button.

Left Click Mouse On: Security > Add

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Type the functionality password into the spaces provided.

NOTE: The password for each EST computer is unique. Do not enter the hyphens during the process. The
spaces are arranged so the alpha-numeric groups are automatically separated as the password is
entered.

Left click the OK button. Entering the functionality password will allow the Electronic Service Tool
computer to access the INSITE engine diagnostic tool program.

Left Click Mouse On: OK

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Setting Work Order Operating Procedures
The Options screen is also used to specify operating procedures for INSITE including:
• Whether to use INSITEt with/without Work Orders.

Left click Work Orders in the navigation tree to view the Work Order selection screen. If the Enable Work
Order Mode is selected, left click the check box to de-select it.

IMPORTANT: A check mark should NOT be displayed in this box . Work Orders are not used in Electronic
Service Tool Applications.

Left Click Mouse On: Work Orders > Enable Work Order Mode

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Verify the selection shown below is the same as the Electronic Service Tool Options screen. Left click the
OK button.

Left Click Mouse On: OK

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Section 8: INSITE Communication Setup — Setting up the EST Connection
Connection Wizard — Adding New Connections
The connection wizard is used to set up new ECM connections. Connection Wizard makes it easier to configure
an ECM or ECM Simulator connection.

IMPORTANT: Before connection to an ECM is possible the connection must be configured. Configuration of
the connection is required each time the INSITE program is installed or reinstalled.

The Connection Wizard:


• Displays only the options that are available based on the application hardware configuration and selections
in previous wizard screens.
• Supports configuration of multiple connections, if multiple ECM support is required.
• Enables custom name application to a specific connection/configuration.

Starting the Connection Wizard — Options

• Left click Add New in the ECM connection list at the bottom of the screen.
• Left click the File menu and then the Connections and Add New Connection selections.

Left Click Mouse On: ECM Connection Listing > Add New

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Left click the Next button in the Connection Wizard. The ECM Connection Wizard will provide
information to create a Datalink Adapter or ECM Simulator.

Left Click Mouse On: Next

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ECM Connection Type
Use the ECM Connection Type screen to select the type of connection to configure. The ECM Connection Wizard
automatically detects the connection hardware and displays only the options that apply to the hardware
configuration. Unavailable options are disabled (grayed). The possible connection options are:
• Cummins Adapter -- Use this selection when connecting to an ECM with CAS2578/A, CAS2579/A,
CAS2580/A. Cummins Adapter is the default selection.
• Simulator -- Simulator provides all of the functionality of INSITE without connection to an ECM.

Left Click Mouse On: Next

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Serial Connection Settings — Electronic Service Tool
Use the Serial Connection Settings screen to choose settings for the Computer Port, Datalink Adapter, and
Datalink Protocol. Select:

• Com 1 -- All EST applications

• INLINE II -- All EST applications

• Auto Detect -- All EST applications

Left click the Next button.

Left Click Mouse On: Next

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Connection Name
A custom name can be entered for the connection or the default name can be used. Left click the Next
button.

Left Click Mouse On: Next

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Completing the Connection Wizard
After configuring the connection:
• To activate the connection and connect INSITE to the ECM, left click the applicable check box .
• To set up another connection, left click the applicable check box .
• To activate the connection and set up another one, left click both check boxes .
• Leave both check boxes empty if connection activation or additional setup is not required.

Left click the Finish button. The new connection name is available in the connections list on the
Status Bar.

Left Click Mouse On: Finish

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Left click the File pull down menu and then the Exit selection to close the program.

Left Click Mouse On: File > Exit

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An Electronic Service Tool screen will display. Left click the OK button.

Left Click Mouse On: OK

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Remove the Electronic Service Tool CD--ROM CD disk.

NOTE: Store the CD-ROM disks in a safe place as they may be needed in the future.

127004--7 CD

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Section 9: Electronic Service Tool Software Version Verification
Using the left button of the mouse, click the Help pull down menu, then the About Electronic Service Tool
selection.

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The About Electronic Service Tool screen displays version information:
• Electronic Service Tool Version
• Electronic Service Tool Subscription Key Identification

The photo will reflect which EST application is active when this procedure is done. Left click the OK
button.

NOTE: This concludes the installation instructions for Release XX.XX.0.0 of the Electronic Service Tool
software.

Left Click Mouse On: OK

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Item Description
1 Electronic Service Tool Version
2 Electronic Service Tool Subscription Key Identification

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Section 10: Shutting Down the Electronic Service Tool
The File pull down menu can be used to Exit The Electronic Service Tool software. Left click the File pull down
menu and then the Exit selection.

Left Click Mouse On: File > Exit

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Shut down the EST computer. Left click the Start button and then the Shut Down button.

Left Click Mouse On: Start > Shutdown

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Left click the down arrow the of the drop down menu and the Shut Down selection. Left click the down
arrow the OK button.

Left Click Mouse On: Shut Down > OK

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START-UP AND KEYBOARD WORKSHEET
Open Laptop and Turn it on.

Q: How is this done?

A:

Q: What happens if you try to turn it off with this button?

A:

When the screen first appears, the computer will do several checks, then default to a home screen.

Q: What screen does your laptop default to?

A:

EST should come up and display the last vehicle that was used. Depending on the model, it will then look for
that vehicle and if it does not find it, a pop up window will appear that must be cancelled to continue.

Q: What does this window say? Click OK to close this window.

A:

NOTE:
Mouse Control: Cursor pointer
Left click: One click to select, two clicks to change.
Right click: Not used very often (extra features).

Use Pointer and left click on the following pull down menus:

One click opens the menu.


Move Pointer to Sub Menu and left click to open the Sub Menu.
Left click in Menu Title to close the Menu.

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Open the following:
Open File
What do you see?

Close the menu.

Open Tool
What do you see?

Use the Sub Menu.


Use Cancel to return to the Main Screen.

Open View
What do you see?

Tool Bar and Status Bar should have a checkmark in front of them.

Click on Parameters Update Rate.

A pop up window will open.

Q: Is the Window Active?

A:

Q: If NO, how can you make it Active?

A:

Click on Types of Measurement.

Q: Which Type is selected?

A:

Open Communications.
Q: What is Reset Communications link used for?

A:

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Open Window.
These should correspond to the tool bar on the screen.

Open Help.
Open Cable and Adapter.
Read, then close with Exit.

Click on — in the upper right corner.

Q: What happens?

A:

Q: How do you get EST back?

A:

Click on EST on bottom of tool bar

Click on in the upper right corner.

Q: What happens?

A:

Q: How do you get Full screen back?

A:

Close the EST program.

Click on the .

Make sure there are NO programs open -- look on the bottom Tool Bar. Are there other programs on the Status
Bar?

To shut off the computer:


Click Start.
Click on Shut Down (make sure Shut Down is selected (in window).
Click OK.
Wait for laptop to power down.
If you do not shut down this way, there will be problems and delays on start up.

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SCREENS/ICONS WORKSHEET
Turn on Laptop. (Not connected to vehicle)

Q: What vehicle does it default to?

A:

Q: Can you change vehicles right away?

A: Yes No

Q: What must be done?

A:

Q: Why?

A:

Q: What icon is used to change vehicles? (This icon is new with version 3.5)

A:

• Click on this icon (* If your EST is dual-branded, click on New Holland)


• Highlight TM (II) Series Tractor 175--190 and click OK (or double-click on Model)
• Click on OK to confirm selection. EST will reconfigure to this vehicle.

Q: What must be done on the first screen that comes up?

A:

Highlight each Connector (single left-click) and note information in windows on the right.

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Q: Which Connectors support programming?

A:
5.

6.

7.

Q: What Connector would be used to do diagnostics on most of the Controllers?

A:

Select the Black Serial Diagnostic Connector and click OK (or double--click).

Q: What page comes up?

A:

Q: What icons on the tool bar are active?

A:
1. 5. 9.

2. 6. 10.

3. 7. 11.

4. 8. 12.

Q: What icons on the toolbar are inactive?

A:
1. 3.

2. 4.

Click on the Controller Status icon (this is the window that comes up on CAN Connector vehicles).

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Q: What information would be available from this screen?

A:
1. 3.

2. 4.

Q: Does this screen work on this model?

A: Yes No

Click on Programming icon.

Click on View Controller Information.

Q: What must be done before we can view the information?

A:

Cancel the pop up window. Click OK.

Click on Set Up Controller for Downloading. Read pop up window, then click Cancel.

Q: If the EST were communicating, how would you know?

A:

Click on Browse.

Q: How many programs are available?

A:

Highlight the top program and click Open (or double-click on the top program).

Fill in information below:

• Download file

• Software ID

• Software version

Click OK.

The file should now show up in the Download File Selection window.

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Q: What must be done to download this software to the Controller?

A:

There were two files present.

Q: Which one was the latest software?

A:

Click on the Retrieve Controller Faults icon.

Q: What must be done to make the EST work?

A:

Click Cancel (to work off--line with the EST).

Q: How would you know which listed controllers were present on a vehicle?

A:

Highlight the Electronic Transmission Controller and click on Retrieve Faults from Selected Controller (or
double-click on that Controller).

Click on View List of Defined Faults.

Highlight F37 and click on Troubleshoot Problem (or double--click on F37).

Q: What hotlinks are available?

A:
1.

2.

3.

Click on Location.

Use Back to get back to the previous page.

Click on Schematic.

Go Back.

Scroll down page to a blue--highlighted Connector CO76. These are all helpful links to use when troubleshooting
a live fault code.

Click Exit.

Click Exit on next page.

Click on Retrieve Faults from all Controllers.

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Q: What can be done from this page that could not be done on Selected Controller page?

A:

Q: If you only wanted to clear faults from one Controller, would you use this page?

A:

Click on Exit to close page.

Click on Exit to close next page.

Click on Monitor icon.

Click on Cancel to work off-line.

Click on Change Parameters Selections

To select Parameters to view, double--click on items in left window.


Parameters with a gauge are variable data. The symbol mean an On or Off reading.

Double-click on:
Battery Volts Source (AUX)
Draft Sensitivity Pot Source (EDC)
Engine RPM Source (EMU)
Clutch Pedal Source (ETC)

These should now appear in the View List window.

Click on Exit.

Q: Is there live data showing?

A: Yes No

Q: Why?

A:

Click on Change Parameters Selections.

Click on Remove All.


This clears the view list.

Click Exit to close this screen.

Click on Set Outputs icon.

Click Cancel to work off-line.

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Click on Set Outputs Instructions.

Read and close by clicking Exit.

Click on the down-arrow ↓ to the right of the Controller Selection box.

Q: How many Controllers are available?

A:

Click on Electronic Transmission.

Q: Are the Change State windows active?

A: Yes No

Q: Why?

A:

Q: Could these items be controlled if the engine were running?

A: Yes No

Q: What other conditions must be met?

A:
1.

2.

3.

Click on the Additional Tools icon?

Q: What does the screen say?

A:

Q: What must be done to make this screen work?

A:

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Click on Connector Selection icon.

Q: Which Connector supports engine diagnostics?

A:

Highlight that Connector and click OK.

After a few seconds, a pop up screen will come up; Cancel it with OK.

Additional Tools should come back.

Click on Start Engine Diagnostics Tool.

Click on Yes in pop up window.

Click on checkmarks that pop up.

This will bring up the ATLAS Engine Diagnostic Program.

Q: How do we know it is not on-line?

A:

There are three tabs on the top. Click on Identification, Parameters, Faults. These are used to troubleshoot
the Bosch Fuel Control. There is a live exercise under Additional Tools later in this book.

Click on Exit. (Wait a few seconds)

Cancel any pop ups.

Click on Troubleshoot Problem icon.

Q: What does this bring up?

A:

Q: How could this be used?

A:

Click Exit.

Close EST with in top right corner.

To turn off laptop, click Start, Shutdown, OK.

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CONTROLLER STATUS WORKSHEET
Connect to Vehicle.

1. Connect your EST to

TJ TG TSA CX CR

The TM series does not support this icon.

Q: What Adapter and Cables are needed?

A:

Q: Where can you find this information?

Cable CAS 2580A


Cable
Adapter

Q: Where is the Diagnostic Connector of this Vehicle. (Use EST if needed)

A:

Connect EST to Vehicle.

Configure the EST to the Vehicle you are connected to.

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Use Controller Status Icon (it may default to this screen).

Record Controllers that are online and their information.

Controller Hardware Version Software Version Communication Status

Click on Retrieve Fault Codes.

Select Retrieve Faults from All Controllers.

Record All Faults (if any).

Controller Fault Code Descriptions Status Number of Last


Occurrences Occurrence
Time

Click Exit and close EST. Shut down laptop. Key off vehicle.

Bring information back to classroom.

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RETRIEVE FAULT CODES WORKSHEET

Q: What machine are you working on?

A: TJ TG TM TS-A CR CX

Q: What model is it?

A:

Connect the EST to the vehicle.

Q: What Adapter and Cables are used? (Use Cable and Adapter Help).

A: Cable
Cable
Adapter

Turn on Laptop. Key on vehicle (Don’t start engine).

Configure to the Vehicle that you are connected to.

NOTE: TM 175/190 Tractor will require the use of the Black Diagnostic Connector for the exercise.

Follow any pop-up screens.

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Q: What controllers are online?

A:
Controller Status
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8

Click on Retrieve Controller Faults icon.

*This may require a log in procedure – follow pop up screens.

Click on Retrieve Faults from All Controllers.

Q: Are there any Faults?

A: Yes No

Q: What controllers have Faults? Record Information:

A:
Controller Fault Code # of Occurrences Last Occurrence

Click Exit.

Highlight the Controller that had the first code.


Click Retrieve Faults from Select Controller.
Highlight the code and click on Troubleshoot Problem or double click on the Fault Code.

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Q: What is the Fault?

A:

Use the links on the page and the diagnostic tree to troubleshoot the problem.

Q: Did you find the problem?

A: Yes No

Fix the problem (reconnect whatever was disconnected).


Hit Exit to get back to Controller Faults Window.

Q: Does the EST still show the Fault?

A: Yes No

Click on Clear Controller Faults.


(This may not be possible on all machines. Use the Retrieve Faults from all controllers window).

Click on OK on pop--up window.

Exit from Retrieve Faults window.

Key the vehicle off, then on.


Be sure EST is back online with the vehicle.
Use Communication (Reset communication link) to get back link.

Go to Retrieve Faults All controllers.

Q: Is the Fault gone?

A: Yes No

Q: If there were codes in other Controllers would they be gone?

A: Yes No

Turn off Vehicle.


Turn off EST.
Disconnect EST.

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MONITOR PARAMETERS WORKSHEET

Q: What machine are you working on?

A: TJ TG TM TS-A CR CX

Q: What model is it?

A:

Connect EST to the vehicle.

Q: What Adapter and Cables are used? (Use Cable and Adapter Help)

A: Cable
Cable
Adapter

Turn on Laptop and key on vehicle (Don’t start).

Cancel any Windows needed.

Configure EST to the vehicle you are connected to.

Q: TM 175/190 What vehicle Connector must you be connected to for Diagnostics?

A: 1. Can 2. White 3. Black

Select Monitor icon.

Click on Change Parameter Selections.

Select 6 items to Monitor from the Parameter list.

Scroll down the list and pick a Parameter from each Controller available (pick information that can be varied
without engine running. i.e., clutch pot, EDC pots, switches).

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To select a parameter, double click on the Parameter or Highlight it and hit enter.
This will move them to the View List.
Click on Exit. Live Data screen will come up.

Fill information in below:

Data Description Data Value Status of Data Source


1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

If there is No Data Value in a window, go back and pick a Parameter that will have data.
To do this click on Change Parameter.

Double click on items in View list to remove them.


Double click on items in Parameter list to add them.
Hit Exit-- Back to live data screen.

Click on View in Pull Down Menu (this does not work on all vehicles).
Scroll down to Parameter Update Rate.

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Change from Immediate to 5 seconds.

Q: Does the information on Data Value change?

A: Yes No

Adjust one of the Potentiometers you are monitoring.

Q: What is different?

A:

Q: When might you need this feature?

A:

Click on View and change back to Immediate.

Click on Change Parameter Selection.

Click on Remove All.

Click Exit.
Close EST

Shut Down Laptop.

Start " Shut Down " OK.

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PROGRAMMING WORKSHEET

Q: What machine are you working on?

A: T5 TG TM TS-A CR CX

Q: What model is it?

A:

Connect EST.

Q: What Cables and Adapters are used? (Use Cable and Adapter Help)

A: Cable
Cable
Adapter

Turn on Laptop and key on vehicle. Do not start.

Configure EST to vehicle you are connected to.

If you are on a TM 175/190, pick one of these connectors then OK.

1. White 2. Black

Click on Programming icon from tool bar.

Highlight a Controller in the Controller Selection Box. (There should be a # arrow to the left of Controllers that
are online.

If not, click on Set Up Controller for download. Follow pop up window.

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Click on View Controller Information.

Record information:

Click on Browse.

Highlight Software in Choose Program File Name.


Double click or hit Open.
If this version is of a Higher or Equal software version, click OK.

Be sure the software is for the correct controller.

*Do not download to a controller if a warning is given in the download file information window (i.e. some combine
controllers).

Then click on Program Download Progress.


This takes time. Watch Display.
When EST is done, follow pop up windows.

Download is Complete.

Q: Was Download successful?

A: Yes No

Vehicle must be keyed off to save new program.

Close EST.
Turn off Laptop. Start " Shut Down " OK.
Disconnect.

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ADDITIONAL TOOLS

A -- INSITE Simulator
Turn on Laptop.
Configure to a TG or TJ.
Cancel pop up (re: unable to communicate).
Click on Additional Tools Icon.
Click on Start Engine Diagnostics Tool.
Click on System from drop down menu.

Click on User Options.


Click on arrow to the right of Port to ECM.
Click on Simulator.

Save to Database.

This Box should be open.

Click on OK.
You now have INSITE Professional Simulator on your screen.

Click on Connect.
You now have the INSITE Diagnostics window.

Click Faults.
Highlight the top fault 0145.
Double click or click on More Fault Info.
Click on Fault Overview.
This describes the Fault.

Click on Location.
• Picture of Component.
Click anywhere to back up.

Click on Description.
• Pop up describes item.
Click anywhere to back up.

Click Troubleshooting Steps.


A HELP window will pop up – read and cancel log by clicking on it anywhere. This is the diagnostic tree.

Click on Shop Talk in the top pull down menu.


This is helpful information.
Click anywhere to cancel.
Click on Diagram – in the top pull down menu.

This shows Connector Pin locations, etc.

Close with in Blue line upper right corner.

*Careful not to click on very top right .

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Click on Glossary.

Read information.

Click on to get out of Glossary.

Click on Snapshot.
Screen defaults to Sensors.
Read information.

Q: Which Snapshot relates to the Fault 0145?

A:

Q: At what Hrs. was the information recorded?

A: First
Last

Use Close twice to get back to Fault Information Screen.

Q: Which Faults can be Cleared?

A:

Click on Clear and ok twice.

Q: What faults cannot be cleared?

A:

Close Fault Information Screen.

Click on Monitor Icon.

Q: Do some Parameters come up?

A: Yes No

Q: Is this live data?

A: Yes No

Timeline on bottom of screen should show running time.

Click Pause.
Click Setup.
Click Yes on pop up window.

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Click on Clear, then Yes in pop up.

Add 6 new Parameters.


Double click on left window to move them to right window (don’t use the enter key).

Q: What other things can be changed while in this Setup window?

A:

A:

Click on OK to bring up the Monitor window.

Click on Start (it may default to start). Data should be Present.

Q: What units of measurement are used? (i.e. metric -- USA)?

A:

Q: Can it be changed?

A:

Click Pause.

Click Close.

Click System from the top menu bar.

Click on Units of Measure.

Change to Metric 1 by clicking on Arrow $ by the name window.

Click Close.

Now click Monitor.

Q: Are the readings in Metric?

A: Yes No

Q: Can the units of measurement be customized?

A: Yes No

Q: How is this done?

A:

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Go back to System in top menu and change units of measure back to USA.
Click Pause % Close % System % Change to USA % Close.
Close the Monitor window. Then close again.
Click on Tests in top menu bar.

Q: Which of these could be used on tractors?

A:
1. 4.

2. 5.

3. 6.

Look at each to become familiar with them. Then Cancel.

Take INSITE out of Simulator Mode by:


Clicking on System in top menu bar.

Click on User Options.

Change Port to ECM to COM 1.

Make sure Datalink Adapter Type is Inline 2 and there is No check mark in the

Save to Database Box.

Click OK.

Close INSITE.

Wait for pop up and cancel it.

Close EST and shut off Laptop.

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B – INSITE Live Tractor
Connect EST to a vehicle that has a Cummins Engine and is Insite compatible.

Q: What model is it?

A:

Turn on EST and configure to vehicle that you are connected to and key on vehicle. Don’t start.

Q: Is EST communicating?

A: Yes No

If No, use Communications from top menu to make it so.

Click on Additional Tools.

Click on Start Engine Diagnostic Tool.

Click on Connect.

Then engine type should be listed on the top blue line.

If it will not communicate, check that Insite may be in simulator mode.

Use System, User Options and set to Com 1 if needed.

Then click on Connect.

Click on Faults.

Q: List any faults.

A:
Fault Active/Inactive
1.
2.
3.
4.

Unplug the Engine Coolant Temp Sensor to create a Fault.

Q: Does the Fault show up?

A: Yes No

Q: What must be done to make it appear?

A:

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Click on Connect.

Troubleshoot the Fault.

Use the snapshot icon and check information.

Q: Does it relate to the Fault?

A: Yes No

Close Faults.

Click on Monitor.

Set up screen to read data related to the Fault. (i.e. coolant signal)

Q: Does the data change?

A: Yes No

Close Monitor (click Pause, then Close). Click on Faults.

Q: Is the Fault still active?

A: Yes No

Clear Fault Code.

*Follow the pop-up screens after Key off, to erase code, clear any pop-up windows and Key on.

Click Connect.

Click on Faults.

Q: Is Fault gone?

A: Yes No

Close Fault window.

Click on Tests on top menu.

Click on Control Valve.

Click Test.

Activate:
• Injection Control Valve
• Front Pumping Control Valve
• Rear Pumping Control Valve
Then None.

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Q: Do the valves operate (click)?

A: Yes No

Close control valve test window.

Click on Tests from top menu.

Q: Which of these tests can be done on this unit?

A: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Perform some of the other tests

To do running tests:
*Unit must have exhaust vent.
*Engine will have to be warm to do running tests.

When done, close Insite.

Click on Retrieve Fault Codes icon.

Highlight Engine Controller.

Click on Retrieve Faults for Selected Controller.

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Q: Is the Fault you created still there?

A: Yes No

Q: Does it show as not active?

A: Yes No

Clear the Fault.

Exit Engine Control window.

Click on Monitor icon.

Click Change Parameters.

Double-click Engine Coolant to put it in right window.

Click Exit.

Q: Is coolant temp displayed?

A: Yes No Remove all parameters; then Exit.

Q: Is Insite needed to find Faults or Monitor Most Engine Control System Parameters?

A: Yes No

Close EST.

Turn of EST and tractor.


Disconnect.

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C – ATLAS Bosch Fuel Control
*Do not start TSA tractor with the DPA Adapter connected.

Q: What machines would use this program?

A:
1. 3.

2. 4.

Q: How does it communicate with the Bosch ECU?

A:

Connect Laptop to a machine that uses a Bosch Electronic Fuel System.

Q: What connector is used?

A:

Turn on Laptop and key on vehicle.

Configure to model you are connected to.

Click on Additional Tools.

Click on Start Engine Diagnostics for the correct engine.

When the Diagnostics screen comes up, is the green light on in the traffic signal?

Yes No

If it is Red, click on Start

When Green, continue.

Q: What screen does the program default to?

A:

Q: Are there any Not Active codes?

A: Yes No Unplug the Boost Pressure/Temp Sensor (on intake manifold).

Q: Does this produce an active code?

A: Yes No

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Q: What group is it in? (Top of Screen)

A:

Click on that group.


The fault should be identified in the lower screen.

Click on the Sensor in the lower screen.


This will move the sensor to the top screen.
The cause of the fault with the sensor should be identified in the lower screen.

Q: Is the condition tab on the left active?

A: Yes No

Click on Condition.
Read.

Use folder with arrow on right side of screen to back up.


Plug in Sensor.

Q: Does fault change from active to inactive?

A: Yes No

Key off vehicle then back on.


Click Start to get green traffic light on.

Q: What do you have for fault codes?

A:

Clear Not Active Codes with Switch icon in top right of screen.

Click on Parameters tab at top of screen.

Try selecting and deselecting the parameters.

Select All.

Click on Start.

Live data should be present.

Click On (On--Off tab is on left side of screen).

Q: What information does this read?

A:

Click on Identification Tab on top of screen.

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Record information below. (Some may not have all this available).

Application

Hardware Version

Software Version

ECU Basic Number

SW Step

Dataset Part Number

System Name on Engine Type

***Programming Data***

Station Type

Station Number

Release Software

Date of Programming

Port Number

Engine Port Number

Group Number

Engine Destination

More ECU information may be available by clicking on ECU information icon.

Q: Is there any additional information?

A: Yes No Exit Program.

Q: Are there any fault code diagnostic trees available?

A: Yes No

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Q: How else might you troubleshoot fuel system faults?

A:

Go there and see if the fault code you created is present (may require different connection and adapter).

Q: Was there a diagnostic tree available?

A: Yes No

Q: Can most engine faults and parameters be monitored without going to ATLAS program?

A: Yes No

Close EST.
Turn off Laptop and vehicle.
Disconnect.

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CONFIGURING WORKSHEET

Q: How do you know when a vehicle can have one or more controllers configured?

A:

Q: What machines have configuration capability?

A: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Connect EST to one of the above machines.

Q: What is the vehicle?

A:

Turn on laptop to Key On vehicle.

Reconfigure EST to vehicle that you are connected to.

N.B. Be sure EST is communicating. Click on Configuration icon.

Q: What two things are usually done in the configuration screen?

A:
1.

2.

Click on any of the items. Read any information available from an Information or Help window.

Perform a Calibration and Reconfigure an item (use Combine Control Module ID assignment sheets).

Change all items back to what they were.

Close EST. Shut off laptop.

Discontinue.

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SET OUTPUTS WORKSHEET
Set outputs is a way to control the vehicle computer with the EST to turn on and off various functions and note
their operation.
*This icon is not active on all equipment.

Connect EST to the TM Series tractor.

Turn on EST and Key On tractor.

Configure EST to model of tractor.

Use Black Connector on TM 175--190.

Q: Does the screen display the set outputs icon?

A: Yes No

Click on the Set Outputs icon. A pop up window will come up.

Q: What must be done?

A:

Follow the instructions.

Q: How many controllers can be controlled?

A: Select a controller and use Change State to control an output.

Q: Does the item respond?

A: Yes No

Q: Are all controllers on this vehicle listed?

A: Yes No

Q: How do you get to controllers not listed on your screen?

A:

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Q: Could you use the set outputs commands with the vehicle running?

A: Yes No

Q: If you leave an output turned on what happens when you disconnect the EST and turn off the vehicle?

A:

Close EST, turn off key.

Turn off laptop.

Disconnect.

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TROUBLESHOOTING EST OPERATION
Laptop problems
1. Screen freeze up
2. Laptop shuts down
3. Will not communicate
• DPA reflash
4. Mouse problems
5. Laptop slow

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Laptop Freezes or Locks Up
Screen will not change using mouse and right or left-click do nothing.

A. Press and hold, in order Ctrl-Alt-Delete. This may have to be done twice in a row. Laptop should reboot.

B. Hold Startup power button down and hold until laptop shuts off. Then, turn the power back on in the normal
way. Laptop will start up, but will have to do a scan disk operation. This takes time, but usually fixes the
problem.

Laptop Shuts Down After Sitting Idle for Some Time


Close EST.

Check power setting under Control Panel.

Click on Start at bottom left of your screen.

Go up to Settings, then over to control panel with cursor and click on Control Panel.

Double-click on Power Management.

Under the Power Schemes tab at the top, make the following settings:

Plugged-in On Batteries
System stand by Never 30 minutes
Turn off monitor Never 30 minutes
Turn off hard drive Never 30 minutes

Now click on Advanced tab at the top. There should be no checkmark in the prompt for a password when
computer goes off standby box (&).

Click Apply then OK to close this window and return to the Control Panel.

At the Control Panel: double--click on Display. Click Screen Saver tab.

If screen saver is not set to Never, change it by clicking on the arrow to the right of the box to read Never. Click
Apply and then OK to close the Display Properties window.

These settings will prevent problems while programming or doing operations where computer must run for a long
time.

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Laptop Will Not Communicate
We will check the Com Port settings.

Click on Start in lower left corner of screen.

Go up the Settings, then over to Control Panel with cursor then click on Control Panel.

Double-click on System to open System Properties.

Click on Device Manager tab.

Scroll down to Ports (Com + LPT).

Click on the plus sign in the box to the left of Ports; this causes a drop down.

Click on Communications Port (Com 1).

Click on Port Settings tab, info should be as below:

Bits per second 9600


Data bits 8
Parity None
Stop bits 1
Flow control X on X off

Change with the down--arrow at the right of each box.

Click on Advanced.

There should be a checkmark in a box to the left of Use FIFO Buffers box.

Set both buffers to low and drag (click cursor on pointer and hold) the pointers to low.

When both are set to low, click OK.

Click on Resources tab.

There should be a checkmark in a box at the Use Automatic Settings.

Confirm the following settings.

Input/output range – 03F8--03FF

Interrupt request 04.

Click OK to close Communication Port window.

Click OK to close System Properties.

Close Control Panel.

You can now use EST.

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Trouble Getting Mouse to Respond to Double-clicks
• Click on Start at lower left of screen.
• Move cursor up to Settings, then over to Control Panel and click.
• Double-click on Mouse to open Mouse Properties.
• Click on Buttons tab, double-click speed can be adjusted at lower part of screen.
• Drag slider faster or slower and use Test area.
• Double-click in Test area to check response. Usually slider at the medium point works well. When you find
a response that works for you, click Apply.
• Click on Motion tab. Here you can adjust the pointer speed (response) and ask for pointer trails which help
you follow the pointer. When done click Apply.
• Click OK to close the mouse properties window.
• Close the control panel window.

Laptop Seems Slow


From desktop window:

Double-click on My Computer.

Right-click on CD drive.

Click on Properties. This will show the used and unused space of your hard drive as well as the size of the hard
drive.

Click on Disk clean up. This will show if there is space that could be freed up.

Click a checkmark in the box at the left of each file to delete.

Click OK to delete these files.

Click Yes in the pop-up window. This should take you back to Properties.

Click on the Tools tab. There are two main programs here that improve laptop performance.

*These take a long time (possibly hours), so don’t start them unless computer can be left unused and plugged in.

Error checking status:

Click on Check Now. C: drive should be highlighted in upper window.

& Check thoroughly.

Check automatically fix problems.

Click to start (this will take a long time).

After this is done, go back to Properties window.

Click on Defragment Now. A window with some graphics will come up and the program will start. It takes a long
time, but will make the hard drive work more efficiently.

Close everything when done.

Turn computer off with Start, Shut Off, OK.

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