This program requires a compatible interface such as a Nexiq USB-Link via an OBD2 (16-pin) interface cable. DX2 will communicate with all 2005-2019 Hino trucks distributed throughout the United States and Canada only.
The Hino DX2 program communicates with all 2005 to present model year Hino trucks distributed in the United States and Canada only. We will, at no extra charge, remotely install, authorize & set-up this software on 2 separate computers. Yes, that’s 2 for the price of one.
Configure user specific features such as:
Past Work Information:
Before starting up the HINO-DX, check the connection of the cable between the vehicle/PC and turn “ON” the starter key S/W of the vehicle.
System individual function is the function of check and adjustment established by each system and ECU and it will be shown only when you conduct diagnosis of the specific system. For example, individual function for the DPR (Diesel Particulate active Reduction) built-in engines will be shown on the Menu when you diagnose the engines with it. However for engine without it, this will not be shown on the Menu. And for general
engines, there is an input function of the injector calibration but this will not be shown when you diagnose equipment other than the engine. Usually what the Hino-DX can perform, offers a single a function such as data monitor which checks the status of each sensor and actuator, and active a test to activate actuator and lamps. When you carry out a complicated operation, you need to make a complicated setup.
Note: When communication between the Hino-DX and ECU cannot be established and the DTC cannot be read for some reason as no DTC is recorded to the ECU, the reason will be displayed. If you do not carry out System Fix, the target equipment cannot be fixed and you cannot conduct Diagnosis further. And even if the DTC cannot be read from the ECU, if you don’t carry out System Fix, data monitoring and injector calibration cannot be executed
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