THE FIRST STEP IS ESSENTIAL.
Identifying a vehicle is the first essential step in finding relevant information. WorkshopData Tech offers extensive research methods * (VRM, KBA, engine code, VIN or type, among others) that help you select the right vehicle. A selection of vehicles in three stages based on graphics is also available.
CLEAR, DETAILED AND ESPECIALLY USEFUL.
Our maintenance section provides a very clear overview of all the maintenance requirements established by car manufacturers. Links to technical drawings and additional information are provided, where appropriate, such as lubricant data or settings. The availability of additional logical tasks is a unique feature which facilitates the writing of the worksheet
Lubricants and liquids
DETAILED DRAWINGS ILLUSTRATING THE LOCATION
All the technical features imaginable are provided here, with a practical link to related data for more user-friendliness, and including technical illustrations showing the location of the filling and drain plugs.
“COMPLETE” IS TRUE BUT MUCH MORE THAN THAT.
The technical characteristics supplied range from the torque settings to the ignition order of the cylinders, the idling speed to NOx emissions, the pressure of the cooling system cap to the thickness of the rear brake disc.
DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS, STEP BY STEP.
Tech has detailed step-by-step repair and maintenance instructions for tasks that, while relatively routine, require specific procedures for the car in question. Tech also provides technical illustrations and, if necessary, reference numbers identifying special tools. Tech therefore contributes to improving productivity and optimizing workflows within the workshops.
VESA guided diagnostics
ELECTRONICAL DIAGNOSTICS REIMAGINED.
VESA™ is an innovative electronics diagnostics application. It retrieves data from the vehicle’s CAN-Bus system to help technicians diagnose faults and component errors which have generated fault codes. Up to seven fault codes can be entered simultaneously. VESA™ then presents the technician with descriptions of the fault codes, together with a suggested list of components to test.
Fuses and relays
CLEAR FUSE LOCATION AND IDENTIFICATION FEATURE.
Fuse boxes may be installed in various locations on a vehicle and finding them can be a challenge. Using the Fuses and Relays data in WorkshopData Electronics minimises the time spent on searching.
Disconnecting/reconnecting a battery is becoming an increasingly complicated task on modern cars. A technician needs to know the correct procedures to follow after reconnecting a battery. This ensures that no customer will have to return their vehicle to the workshop because of subsequent errors in systems such as parking assistance.
Due to the growing number of hybrid vehicles on the market, technicians also need specific instructions on how to work safely on these vehicles.
- Battery disconnection/reconnection procedures
- High-voltage circuit deactivation procedures