TEXA’s innovative software application, IDC5, has been updated to version 51.0.2.
Thanks to improvements in code, the system is faster than ever, guarantees virtually instant communication with a vehicle’s control units and has greater coverage including Mack VGT calibrations.
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The full update includes:
The automatic transmission system Allison Generation 4-5 1000/2000 Series has been updated
The Freeze Frame error reading has been improved
Sprinter 2500-3500: the Sunroof control unit has been updated.
Fourth Generation: The diesel injection system Cummins 6.7 [2009>2012] has been updated;
With Detroit Diesel – Mercedes Benz engines: the ABS Detroit Wheel anti-lock system has been updated
The automatic transmission system Allison Generation 4-5 1000/2000 Series has been updated.
MACK IV GENERATION
With OBD II connector: The VGT calibration procedure has been added.
Sprinter III (906) and Sprinter III (906) M.Y. 2013: the Sunroof control unit system has been updated.
Canter: the Common Rail EAP 07 and the Automatic transmission and systems have been updated.
The Paccar - Cummins ECS-DC6 diesel injection system has been updated.
Sprinter (907/910): the 7G-Tronic and the ESP Electronic stability program systems have been updated;
With OBD II connector: All the ECU variants have been updated. The Front active steering calibration, rear active steering calibration and Speed limiter adjustment have been updated.
The Mercedes (MBE) EPA 98/04 PLD-VCU diesel injection system has been updated.
Technical Bulletin Updates
VGT Installation and calibration
Radar sensor FLR 21 and Multifunction camera FLC 20
Kodiak 7.8  Engine control unit
IDC5 TRUCK 51.0.2
Dealer Level TEXA kits from Diesel Laptops work on industrial vehicles, light commercial vehicles and buses, but also on trailers and semi-trailers, powertrain, small utility truck, guarantees all mechanics the opportunity to use diagnostic tools that are always updated and state-of-the-art, to operate successfully on the vast majority of the vehicles on the road.