part number 5650

part number 5650
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PART NUMBER 5650
OPERATING MANUAL
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Dear Customer,
This product is part of the MOTORSCAN® family of products. It
is the result of many years of research and development.
MOTORSCAN® is glad to have you as a customer.
Please contact one of our authorized distributors or our customer
service department for any technical questions.
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INDEX
INDEX ................................................................................................................................. I
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................1
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT PERSONAL SAFETY .........................................2
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT PRODUCT SAFETY...........................................6
GENERAL INFORMATION.............................................................................................7
INSTALLATION...........................................................................................................7
OPERATING INFORMATION .....................................................................................7
CLEANING ..................................................................................................................7
SYMBOLS ......................................................................................................................8
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................9
1.1 SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................................9
1.2 FRONT VIEW..........................................................................................................10
1.3 DESCRIPTION OF KEYPAD...................................................................................11
1.4 REAR VIEW ............................................................................................................12
1.5 STANDARD ACCESSORIES FOR MODEL 5650 ....................................................... 13
1.6 STANDARD ACCESSORIES FOR MODEL 5650/EXP ............................................... 15
1.7 OPTIONAL ..............................................................................................................19
CONNECTING .................................................................................................................25
2.1 CONNECTING THE SCAN TOOL FOR START-UP................................................25
2.2 MOTORCYCLE IDENTIFICATION..........................................................................26
2.3 CONNECTING TO THE MOTORCYCLE USING STANDARD CABLES ................. 28
2.3.1 STANDARD CABLES CONNECTION DIAGRAM............................................ 29
2.4 CONNECTING THE 5603 DATA ROUTER ............................................................. 30
2.5 CONNECTING TO THE MOTORCYCLE USING A MASTER/SLAVE CABLE ........ 31
2.6 CONNECTING TO THE MOTORCYCLE USING BMW SLAVE CABLE .................. 32
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MOTORCYCLE DIAGNOSTICS ......................................................................................33
3.1 DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTIONS ....................................................................................34
3.2 SELECTING THE SEARCH MODE FOR SYSTEMS INSTALLED ..........................35
3.2.1 MANUAL SEARCH...........................................................................................35
3.2.1.1 MANUAL SEARCH BY VEHICLE SELECTION .........................................36
3.2.1.2 MANUAL SEARCH BY ECU SELECTION.................................................39
3.2.2 AUTOMATIC SEARCH CONNECTION............................................................41
3.3 ECU MENU .............................................................................................................43
3.3.1 ECU DATA .......................................................................................................44
3.3.2 PARAMETERS.................................................................................................44
3.3.3 READING STORED FAULTS...........................................................................45
3.3.4 ERASING STORED FAULTS...........................................................................47
3.3.5 DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES .........................................................................48
3.3.6 CONFIGURATIONS .........................................................................................49
3.4 SETUP MENU .........................................................................................................50
3.5 HELP FUNCTION....................................................................................................50
HARLEY-DAVIDSON® QUICK START PROCEDURE ...................................................51
4.1 STEP 1: USING THE VEHICLES LIST ....................................................................51
4.2 STEP 2: CONNECTING THE HARLEY DAVIDSON CABLE TO THE SCANNER ...51
4.3 STEP 3: LOCATING THE MOTORCYCLE DIAGNOSTIC PORT ............................52
4.4 STEP 4: CONNECTING THE SCANNER TO THE MOTORCYCLE ........................59
4.5 STEP 5: STARTING DIAGNOSTIC WORK ON THE MOTORCYCLE .....................60
SUZUKI/CAGIVA INJECTION ADJUSTMENT ................................................................63
INITIAL STEPS .............................................................................................................63
5.2 ADJUSTING THE INJECTION SYSTEM USING THE SUZUKI / CAGIVA CABLE ..66
5.2.1 ORIGINAL VALUES RESET ............................................................................67
5.2.2 IDLING ADJUSTMENT.....................................................................................68
5.2.3 REGULATION AT 10%.....................................................................................69
5.2.4 REGULATION AT 25% - 50% - 75% ................................................................70
5.2.5 REGULATION AT 100%...................................................................................72
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APPENDIX .......................................................................................................................73
6.1 SCREEN .................................................................................................................73
6.1.1 “MENU” SCREEN ............................................................................................73
6.1.2 “PROCEED – EXIT” SCREEN ......................................................................... 74
6.1.3 “BINARY SELECTION” SCREEN ....................................................................74
6.1.4 “MESSAGE” SCREEN .....................................................................................75
6.1.5 “MULTIPLE SELECTION” SCREEN ................................................................ 76
6.1.6 “HELP” SCREEN..............................................................................................77
6.1.7 “PARAMETERS TABLE” SCREEN .................................................................. 78
6.2 TYPES OF DIAGNOSTICS .....................................................................................79
6.2.1 SERIAL COMMUNICATION.............................................................................79
6.2.2 BLINKING CODES...........................................................................................79
6.2.3 DISPLAY CODES ............................................................................................80
6.2.4 MANUAL PROCEDURE...................................................................................80
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INTRODUCTION
This manual is an integral part of the product. Read these instructions carefully before
using the tool and keep them in a safe place. MOTORSCAN S.p.A. apologizes for any
errors in the text.
Brand names and products mentioned in the document are registered brands of the
relevant owners.
MOTORSCAN S.p.A. is not responsible to third parties for specific, collateral, accidental,
direct, or indirect damage related to, or deriving from the product purchase and use.
Copies of this document and technical information are available from an authorized
distributor of MOTORSCAN S.p.A..
This document may not be copied or distributed, in part or its entirety, in any form or by
any means, without prior written authorisation from MOTORSCAN S.p.A..
MOTORSCAN® S.p.A.
Str. Martinella, 28/A
43124 PARMA - Italy
Tel. +39 0521 266211
Fax +39 0521 266279
www.motorscan.com
E-mail: internationalsales@motorscan.com
ass.tecnica@motorscan.com
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT PERSONAL SAFETY
GENERAL SAFETY IN the WORKSHOP.
DANGER OF SUFFOCATION
GASOLINE ENGINES
Exhaust gases from gasoline vehicles contain Carbon Monoxide, a colorless and odorless
gas which, in case of inhalation, can cause serious physical injury or death. When
working under a vehicle, be very careful. Some components of exhaust gases are heavier
than air. Be careful also when working on LPG-propelled vehicles.
DIESEL ENGINES
The exhaust gas from a diesel engine has a composition that varies according to: type of
engine, of induction, conditions of use, and fuel composition. The diesel exhaust includes
gas (CO, CO2, NO and HC) and particles (soot, sulphates and PAHs). The small carbon
particles forming soot remain suspended in the air and can be breathed in. Small amounts
of toxic components are also present.
SAFETY MEASURES:
Always ensure good ventilation and breathing protection (especially when working under
a vehicle. Always operate the exhaust fan system when working in confined spaces.
DANGER OF CRUSHING
Ensure that the vehicle is locked in place to prevent possible crushing.
SAFETY MEASURES:
Make sure that the vehicle is unable to move by engaging the hand brake and locking the
wheels.
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DANGER OF INJURY
Whether engines are at a standstill or operating, there are moving parts (belts, etc.) that
can injure hands and arms. Pay particular attention to electrically operated fans since
these may unexpectedly start up even when the engine itself is off.
SAFETY MEASURES:
Never place hands near moving parts when the engine is on. When working near
electrically operated fans, let the engine cool first and then unplug the fan.
Keep the test instrument connection wires as far as possible away from moving parts of
the engine.
DANGER OF BURNS
Some of the components in engines (exhaust gas manifold, etc.) can become very hot, as
can certain sensors. Remember to never touch these parts.
SAFETY MEASURES:
Wear protective gloves. Never allow the test instrument connection wires to rest on or
near hot parts. Never keep the engine running after the tests.
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DANGER OF FIRE OR EXPLOSION
When work is being carried out on the fuel system (fuel pump, injectors and carburetor,
etc.) there may be a risk of fire or explosion owing to the fuels used and/or the vapors that
these products form.
SAFETY MEASURES:
Disconnect the ignition system. Allow the engine to cool.
Do not use open flames or anything liable to produce sparks.
Do not smoke.
Collect any spilled fuel.
Operate exhaust fans in closed rooms.
SOUND LEVEL
When working near a vehicle, especially at high engine speed, noise levels can reach
90dB. Long term exposure to such noise sources can cause hearing damage.
SAFETY MEASURES:
Wear hearing protection.
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DANGEROUS VOLTAGE
Work safely on vehicle electrical systems. Do not touch electrically “live” parts of engines.
Be aware of the risk of shock from damaged connections.
SAFETY MEASURES:
Only use the cables supplied with the test instrument. Make sure that the insulation is not
damaged.
Do not touch live parts of the vehicle when testing with the engine running.
Only make test connections with suitable systems (test cables, specific adapter cables).
DANGER OF ASFIXIATION
If subjected to high temperatures (over 250 °C or owing to fire outbreaks), exhaust gas
hoses may release highly toxic gases.
SAFETY MEASURES:
Immediately contact a physician if such gas is inhaled.
Use neoprene or PVC gloves to eliminate combustion residuals.
Fire residuals can be neutralized with a calcium hydroxide solution. This forms calcium
fluoride which can be removed with water.
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DANGER OF CORROSION
Acids can harm the skin if not protected.
The residual condensate in gas sampling hoses and the condensate separator unit
contains acids.
Take great care when replacing the oxygen sensor (O2) and the nitric oxide sensor (NO).
They contain highly corrosive substances.
Corrosive liquid may be spilled if a liquid crystal indicator is broken. This liquid should
never be touched, inhaled or swallowed.
SAFETY MEASURES:
In case of contact with the skin, immediately wash the affected area with water and
contact a physician.
Immediately contact a physician if such products are inhaled or swallowed.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT PRODUCT SAFETY
This MOTORSCAN product provides a high level of protection against the risk of electric
shock.
The installer is responsible for connecting it to a correctly grounded electrical socket.
Seek technical assistance before using an adapter or extension cable. These devices
could interfere with the grounding circuit.
Connection of the appliance to an incorrectly wired electrical outlet could result in
electrocution.
Comply with the following rules to protect against the risk of electrocution:
Only connect the instrument to electrical sockets delivering the correct voltage.
Contact the electric utility if you are uncertain as to the outlet voltage.
If the instrument has other wires besides the power cable, these must be connected to
their respective connectors before connecting the power cables to the electrical outlet.
Disconnect the power cables from the sockets before removing other wires.
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Strictly comply with the following instructions when servicing:
Always replace fuses with others of equal value (see indications on the label or in this
manual).
NEVER open the cover of the instrument: you could risk electrocution. This operation
may only be carried out by a qualified technician and not before having disconnected
the power supply cable.
Deviating from the instructions in this manual or attempting to repair the instrument
carries the risk of electric shock.
Pressing too hard on the display may damage the instrument. .
Please contact a service technician if the instrument fails to correctly function after
following the operating instructions.
Check that all installed spare parts have technical characteristics identical to those of the
original parts. Other parts may not possess the same safety characteristics.
Always contact qualified technical personnel if repairs are required.
GENERAL INFORMATION
INSTALLATION
Never allow the instrument to be exposed to the sun for long periods of time or
to allow it to stand near hot equipment (stoves, heaters, etc.): the maximum
operating temperature is 40 °C/ 105 F.
Do not move the instrument from a hot place to a cold place and vice versa.
The formation of condensation inside the device may damage the electronic
circuits.
Protect the instrument from rain or from excessive moisture.
OPERATING INFORMATION
To prevent contamination from toxic gas, it is advisable to use the instrument in
a sufficiently ventilated place or to channel exhaust gases outdoors.
Never pull on the instrument’s cables.
All connections should be made when the vehicle engine in question is off.
Check that all cables are far away from hot parts (over 50 °C/ 130F) or moving
parts.
Disconnect all engine connections before moving the vehicle in question.
CLEANING
When necessary, the outer surfaces of the instrument should be cleaned: never
use cleaning products containing spirits, ammonia or gasoline. Only use neutral
detergents and a soft, slightly moistened cloth.
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SYMBOLS
Symbols used in the DEVICE:
ALTERNATING CURRENT
GROUND PROTECTION
CONSULT THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL
RISK OF BURNS
RISK OF ELECTROCUTION
NEVER ATTEMPT TO REMOVE THE COVER
(operation only to be carried out by qualified
technicians)
CE CONFORMITY MARK
It indicates compliance with the relevant European
Union Directives.
INFORMATION FOR THE USERS
Pursuant to art.13 of the Law Decree 25 July 2005, n.151
“Implementation of directives 2002/95/CE, 2002/96/CE and
2003/108/CE on the reduction of the use of hazardous substances
in the electrical and electronic equipment and waste disposal”.
The symbol of the bin with crossed lines on the
equipment or on the packaging indicates that the
product at the end of its useful life has to be collected
separately from other waste.
Disposal of the equipment at the end of its life is
organized and managed by the manufacturer. The user
wishing to dispose of the equipment should contact the
manufacturer and comply with the system the latter has
adopted for disposal of the equipment at the end of its
life.
Unauthorized disposal of the product by the owner may
be penalized under the relevant laws in force in the
country in question.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1.1 SPECIFICATIONS
DIMENSIONS:
225 x 105 x 70 mm (8.8 x 4.1 x 2.75”)
WEIGHT:
475 g (17oz)
POWER SUPPLY:
8-45 V (typically 12 V from battery or vehicle
diagnostic socket)
POWER CONSUMPTION:
3.2 W @ 12 V
SHELL:
ABS palm unit
DISPLAY:
Backlit LCD graphic display (128x64 pixel or
21x8 characters).
KEYPAD:
23 keys (alphanumeric, functions, arrows , ESC,
ENTER).
SERIAL INTERFACE:
1 complete RS232 (HOST connection for SW
downloading).
PARALLEL INTERFACE:
Reserved
DIAGNOSTIC INTERFACE:
DB15 proprietary connection (for the connection
to diagnostic cables and Data Router mod.
5603).
INTERNAL MEMORY:
12MB internal flash memory, updated via serial
link
PROTECTION KEYS:
Hardware with chip card to enable software
updates.
COMMUNICATION PROTOCOLS:
ISO14230-4 (Keyword 2000)
ISO9141-2
ISO11519-4 (SAE J1850 41.6 Kbps PWM)
(SAE J1850 10.4 Kbps VPW)
ISO15765-4 (CAN BUS)
PROPRIETARY PROTOCOLS
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1.2 FRONT VIEW
RS232 INTERFACE FOR CONNECTION
TO PC (service use).
PARALLEL INTERFACE (reserved)
GRAPHIC DISPLAY
KEYPAD
DB15 INTERFACE FOR DIAGNOSTIC
CABLES CONNECTION AND 5603 DATA
ROUTER.
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1.3 DESCRIPTION OF KEYPAD
FUNCTION KEYS
ARROW KEYS
ENTER KEY
ESC KEY
ALPHANUMERIC KEYPAD
ESC: Returns scan tool to previous menu or interrupts a function.
ENTER: confirms the selected function.
Ï Ð Í Î: for selecting lists, navigation or cursor.
F1, F2, F3, F4, F5: Use of function keys is explained in the software text.
ALPHANUMERIC KEYPAD: The alphanumeric keypad is used to enter numbers and
letters, in the same way as on cellular phones.
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1.4 REAR VIEW
SMART (CHIP) CARD INPUT. USED TO
VALIDATE SOFTWARE UPDATES
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1.5 STANDARD ACCESSORIES for model 5650
Next to each motorcycle model in the “Vehicles List” you can find the part number for the
cable required for a particular function.
DESCRIPTION and PART NO.
PICTURE
Carrying case
Part number:
22ST5600KP3*A
Carrying case varies by region/ country of sale
Scan tool
Part number:
SL5650
CD with:
- Operating instructions
- Vehicles list
Part number:
13CDISTR
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Battery power cable
Part number:
SL010051
Packard plug cable
Applications: Aprilia1, Bimota, Cagiva1,
Ducati, Gas Gas, Gilera, KVN Motor, Laverda,
Malaguti1, Moto Guzzi, Moto Morini, MV
Agusta, Piaggio, Sherco, Vespa, Voxan.
Part number:
SL010421
1
Only Marelli systems
Universal cable
Applications: Aprilia2, BMW, Cagiva2, Harley
Davidson3, Honda, Kawasaki, Mondial, Suzuki.
Part number:
SL010422
2Except Marelli systems
3Only Marelli systems
Serial cable
Part number:
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1.6 STANDARD ACCESSORIES for model 5650/EXP
The part number for the cable required for a particular function is next to each motorcycle
model in the “Vehicles List”. Exact cables included vary by kit. Consult distributor.
DESCRIPTION and PART NO.
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Carrying case
Part number:
22ST5600GR
Carrying case varies by region/ country
Scan tool
Part number:
SL5650
CD with:
- Operating instructions
- Vehicles list
Part number:
13CDISTR
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Battery power cable
Part number:
SL010051
Universal cable
Applications: Aprilia2, BMW, Cagiva2, Harley
Davidson3, Honda, Kawasaki, Mondial, Suzuki.
Part number:
SL010422
2Except Marelli systems
3Only Marelli systems
Data Router No. 5603
Part number:
SL5603
Required for the following cables:
MASTER
SL010474
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DESCRIPTION and PART NO.
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Master cable
Part number:
SL010474
Required for the following cables:
KAWASAKI 4 Pin
SL010458
KAWASAKI 8 Pin
SL010459
HONDA 4 Pin
SL010460
HONDA 3 Pin
SL010461
HONDA 2 Pin
SL010462
SUZUKI 6 Pin
SL010463
SUZUKI 4 Pin
SL010464
YAMAHA 3 Pin
SL010475
CAGIVA 10 Pin
SL010476
BMW
SL010478
HARLEY-DAVIDSON SL010480
OBDII
SL010481
PACKARD (old)
SL010482
APRILIA/DITECH
SL010483
KTM
SL010489
APRILIA/SAGEM
SL010490
PEUGEOT
SL010491
KYMCO
SL010493
PACKARD (new)
SL010499
KAWASAKI 4P/2007 SL010500
BRP
SL010501
KAWASAKI REG.INJ. SL010502
BENELLI 6P
SL010505
VDO
SL010506
BMW slave cable
Part number:
SL010478
Harley-Davidson slave cable
Part number:
SL010480
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OBDII slave cable
Part number:
SL010481
Packard slave cable (new)
Applications: Aprilia1, Bimota, Cagiva1,
Ducati, Gas Gas, Gilera, KVN Motor, Laverda,
Malaguti1, Moto Guzzi, Moto Morini, MV
Agusta, Piaggio, Sherco, Vespa, Voxan.
Part number:
SL010499
1
Only Marelli and Siemens systems
Serial cable
Part number:
SL010167*A (2 meters)
Supply cable
Part number:
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1.7 OPTIONAL
The part number for the cable required for a particular function is next to each motorcycle
model in the “Vehicles List”. Exact cables included vary by kit. Consult distributor.
DESCRIPTION and PART NO.
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KAWASAKI 4 Pin SLAVE CABLE
Part number:
SL010458
KAWASAKI 8 Pin SLAVE CABLE
Part number:
SL010459
HONDA 4 Pin SLAVE CABLE
Part number:
SL010460
HONDA 3 Pin SLAVE CABLE
Applications:
systems..
Part number:
Honda
with
blinking
code
SL010461
WARNING: do not use on Aprilia/Ditech systems.
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HONDA 2 Pin SLAVE CABLE
Part number:
SL010462
SUZUKI 6 Pin SLAVE CABLE
Part number:
SL010463
SUZUKI 4 Pin SLAVE CABLE
Part number:
SL010464
YAMAHA 3 Pin SLAVE CABLE
Part number:
SL010475
CAGIVA 10 Pin SLAVE CABLE
Part number:
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DESCRIPTION and PART NO.
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PACKARD SLAVE CABLE (old)
Part number:
SL010482
WARNING: do not use on Aprilia models with SIEMENS
VDO system
Replaced by SL010499
APRILIA / DITECH SLAVE CABLE
Applications: Aprilia Ditech systems.
Part number:
SL010483
WARNING: do not use on Honda systems with blinking
code.
KTM SLAVE CABLE
Part number:
SL010489
APRILIA/SAGEM SLAVE CABLE
Applications: Aprilia Sagem systems.
Part number:
SL010490
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PEUGEOT SLAVE CABLE
Part number:
SL010491
KYMCO SLAVE CABLE
Part number:
SL010493
KAWASAKI 4 Pin/2007
SLAVE CABLE
Part number:
SL010500
BRP SLAVE CABLE
Part number:
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DESCRIPTION and PART NO.
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KAWASAKI REG. INJ. SLAVE CABLE
Part number:
SL010502
BENELLI 6 Pin SLAVE CABLE
Part number:
SL010505
VDO SLAVE CABLE
Part number:
SL010506
SUZUKI / CAGIVA CABLE
Part number:
SL010477
USB/SERIAL ADAPTER
Part number:
10005
SERIAL CABLE
Part number:
SL010092 (8 meters)
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AC/DC 15W Power supply
Various according to the destination country.
The picture on the right is only an example.
VIDEO 5605
Part number:
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CONNECTING
WARNING!
NEVER CONNECT THE TWO CLAMPS OF THE SL010422 CABLE TO THE BATTERY.
WHEN STARTING A DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE ON A MOTORCYCLE,
THE VCC CLAMPS ON THE SL010051 CABLE MUST BE CONNECTED
ONLY TO THE BATTERY OF THE MOTORCYCLE BEING TESTED.
NEVER USE CABLES OTHER THAN THOSE SUPPLIED WITH THE TOOL.
2.1 CONNECTING THE SCAN TOOL FOR START-UP
To turn the tool on, follow these instructions:
1) Connect the 15-pole female connector on the SL010421, SL010422 or SL010372
cable to the scan tool;
2) If a 12V power supply unit is available, connect it to the female jack on the cable and
go to step 5;
3) If this is not the case, connect the SL010051 cable to the cable jack;
4) Connect the battery clamps to the terminals on a 12V power supply (red clip to the
positive terminal and black clip to the negative terminal);
5) Verify that the scan tool switches on automatically. After a few seconds of initialization,
the tool displays the following screen.
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2.2 MOTORCYCLE IDENTIFICATION
To commence the diagnostic procedure, identify in the VEHICLES LIST the correct
diagnostic cable for the motorcycle being worked on (see Vehicles List). Please note:
there may be several ways (with different cables) to connect to each bike. These are
listed in the vehicles list.
421 = SL0100421 Packard cable
051 = SL010051 battery power supply cable
Follow the connection procedures below:
SECTION
VEHICLE
LIST
CODE
CABLES
PART NUMBER
Connecting to the motorcycle 421 + 051
using standard cables
(section 2.3)
422 + 051
SL010421 + SL010051
480 + M + R
Connecting to the motorcycle
using a MASTER/SLAVE
481 + M + R
cable combination (section
2.5)
499 + 051 + M + R
SL010480 + SL010474 + 5603
Connecting to the motorcycle 478 + M + R
using BMW slave cable
(section 2.6)
478 + 051 + M + R
Injection adjustment cable
SUZUKI / CAGIVA (section.
5)
Powering the tool (section.
2.1)
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SL010422 + SL010051
SL010481 + SL010474 + 5603
SL010499 + SL010051 +
SL010474 + 5603
SL010478 + SL010474 + 5603
SL010478 + SL010051 +
SL010474 + 5603
477 + 051 + R
SL010477 + SL010051 + 5603
372 + 051
SL010372 + SL010051
372 + AC/DC
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VEHICLE
LIST
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458 + M + R
SL010458 + SL010474 + 5603
459 + M + R
SL010459 + SL010474 + 5603
460 + 051 + M + R
461 + 051 + M + R
462 + 051 + M + R
SL010460 + SL010051 +
SL010474 + 5603
SL010461 + SL010051 +
SL010474 + 5603
SL010462 + SL010051 +
SL010474 + 5603
463 + M + R
SL010463 + SL010474 + 5603
464 + 051 + M + R
SL010464 + SL010051 +
SL010474 + 5603
475 + M + R
SL010475 + SL010474 + 5603
476 + M + R
SL010476 + SL010474 + 5603
Connecting to the motorcycle
499 + 051 + M + R
using a MASTER/SLAVE
cable combination (section.
483 + 051 + M + R
2.5)
489 + 051 + M + R
490 + 051 + M + R
491 + 051 + M + R
493 + 051 + M + R
CONNECTING
CABLES
PART NUMBER
SL010499 + SL010051 +
SL010474 + 5603
SL010483 + SL010051 +
SL010474 + 5603
SL010489 + SL010051 +
SL010474 + 5603
SL010490 + SL010051 +
SL010474 + 5603
SL010491 + SL010051 +
SL010474 + 5603
SL010493 + SL010051 +
SL010474 + 5603
500 + M + R
SL010500 + SL010474 + 5603
501 + M + R
SL010501 + SL010474 + 5603
502 + M + R
SL010502 + SL010474 + 5603
505 + M + R
SL010505 + SL010474 + 5603
506 + M + R
SL010506 + SL010474 + 5603
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2.3 CONNECTING TO THE MOTORCYCLE USING STANDARD CABLES
1) Connect the 15-pole female connector, on the diagnostics cable being used, to the
scan tool (see section "STANDARD CABLES CONNECTION DIAGRAM");
2) Connect the cable SL010051 (with battery clamps) to the diagnostic cable jack (see
section "STANDARD CABLES CONNECTION DIAGRAM");
3) Connect the battery clamps to the battery terminals on the vehicle being tested (red
clamp on the positive terminal and black clamp on the negative terminal, see section
"STANDARD CABLES CONNECTION DIAGRAM");
4) Verify that the scan tool switches on automatically. After a few seconds of initialization,
the tool displays the following STAND-BY screen.
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WARNING!
WHEN USING STANDARD CABLES SL010421 AND SL010422, CONNECT THE
DIAGNOSTIC SOCKET ONLY WHEN THE SOFTWARE TELLS YOU TO DO SO.
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2.3.1 STANDARD CABLES CONNECTION DIAGRAM
1
2
3
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2.4 CONNECTING THE 5603 DATA ROUTER
The 5603 DATA ROUTER is a signal router. It automatically selects the correct
connection on the vehicle diagnostic socket.
To use the BMW, Harley Davidson, OBDII, and MASTER cables, connect the 5603 Data
Router between the tool and one of the cables.
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2.5 CONNECTING TO THE MOTORCYCLE USING A MASTER/SLAVE CABLE
1. Connect the 15-pole female connector on the 5603 Data Router to the scan tool;
2. Connect the 25-pole connector on the 5603 Data Router to the SL010474 MASTER
cable indicated in the vehicles list by the letter “M”;
3. Connect the 14-pole connector on the MASTER cable to the SLAVE cable indicated in
the vehicles list;
4. If the SLAVE cable has a jack, connect the SL010051 cable also;
5. Connect the clamps to the battery terminals on the vehicle being tested (red clamp on
the positive terminal and black clamp on the negative terminal);
6. Connect the other end of the cable to the diagnostic socket on the motorcycle;
7. If the motorcycle is a SUZUKI, KAWASAKI or HARLEY-DAVIDSON, switch on the
board;
8. Verify that the scan tool switches on automatically. After a few seconds of initialization,
the tool displays the following screen.
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2.6 CONNECTING TO THE MOTORCYCLE USING BMW SLAVE CABLE
1. Connect the 15-pole female connector on the 5603 Data Router to the scan tool;
2. Connect the 25-pole connector on the 5603 Data Router to the SL010474 MASTER
cable indicated in the vehicles list by the letter “M”;
3. Connect the 14-pole connector on the MASTER cable to the SLAVE cable SL010478;
4. If the SL010051 cable is indicated in the vehicle list, connect it to the jack on the
SLAVE cable and to the battery terminals on the vehicle being tested (red clamp on
the positive terminal and black clamp on the negative terminal).
5. In case you have to connect the SL010051 cable, connect the 3-pin end of the
SL010478 cable to the diagnostic socket of the vehicle; in case the SL010051 cable is
not required, connect the BMW SLAVE 10-pin end.
6. Verify that the scan tool switches on automatically. After a few seconds of initialization,
the tool displays the following screen.
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WARNING!
WHEN USING THE BMW CABLE SL010478 TOGETHER WITH
THE SL010051 CABLE, CONNECT TO THE DIAGNOSTIC SOCKET
ONLY WHEN INSTRUCTED TO DO SO.
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MOTORCYCLE DIAGNOSTICS
Once the scan tool is powered up, as defined in the section "CONNECTING FOR
MOTORCYCLE DIAGNOSTICS", the following screen appears.
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The menu shown below appears after pressing any key on the scan tool.
- MAIN MENU Î ADIVA
APRILIA
ARTIC CAT
BENELLI
BIMOTA
BMW
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This menu includes the list of all makes of motorcycles supported by the software version.
Scroll down to find "SETUP MENU". See description in the relevant section.
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3.1 DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTIONS
After selecting the make of the motorcycle to be tested, the diagnostic function selection
menu appears.
- APRILIA Î Ignition
Inj., display codes
Injection
Immobilizer
ABS
SERVICE
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The menu being displayed is not always the same. It varies by the manufacturer selected
in the "MAIN MENU".
The following is a comprehensive list of diagnostic modules:
- IGNITION:
- INJECTION:
Diagnosing faults in the ECU controlling the
ignition.
Diagnosing faults in the electronic injection ECU,
display codes mode.
Diagnosing faults in the electronic injection ECU,
blinking codes mode.
Diagnosing faults in the electronic injection ECU.
- IMMOBILIZER/ ANTI-THEFT:
Diagnosing faults in the immobilizer system.
- ABS:
Diagnosing faults in the
management ECU.
Resetting the service light.
- INJECTION, display codes:
- INJECTION, blinking codes:
- SERVICE:
- DASHBOARD:
- BODY COMPUTER:
- INJECTION REGUL.:
- TRANSMISSION:
- EPT:
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ABS
system
Diagnosing faults in the ECU controlling the
dashboard.
Diagnosing faults in the body computer module.
Adjustment function of injection times of the ECU
electronic injection.
Diagnostics of the ECU controlling the automatic
transmission.
Diagnosing faults in the electronic accelerator
(drive-by-wire) module
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3.2 SELECTING THE SEARCH MODE FOR SYSTEMS INSTALLED
After selecting the diagnostic function, select the mode for searching for systems installed
on the motorcycle and for connecting to the motorcycle:
- INJECTION Î Manual search
Automatic search
EXIT
Ð
MANUAL SEARCH: search for systems and connect by motorcycle module or ECU
selection.
AUTOMATIC SEARCH: only for systems equipped with serial communication. If no
system with serial communication is available for the selected make, the "automatic
search" will be negative and connection using the Manual Search mode will be required.
3.2.1 MANUAL SEARCH
The manual search by vehicle selection is the easiest operation for users lacking a
thorough knowledge of the motorcycle being tested.
The manual search by ECU selection is the quickest operation but the user should
know beforehand which systems are installed on the vehicle, where the diagnostic
connector is located, and what type it is.
- MANUAL SEARCHÎ Vehicle selection
ECU Selection
EXIT
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3.2.1.1 MANUAL SEARCH BY VEHICLE SELECTION
This function lists the models covered for the manufacturer selected, and
supported by the current software version.
- VEHICLE SELECTION Î Arrecife 250 i.e.
Arrecife 500 [01-05]
Arrecife 500 [06-..]
Atlantic 250 i.e.
Atlantic 400 Sprint
Atlantic 500
Ð
Selecting the model of the motorcycle to work on brings up the following
screens:
- VEHICLE DATA Model:
Atlantic 500
Diagnostic mode:
Serial communication
Cable type:
421 + 051
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- VEHICLE DATA Connector position:
Under the rh side casing
Connector image:
Press <F5>
1/2
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MODEL: Name of the selected motorcycle
TYPE OF DIAGNOSTICS: Type of diagnostics supported by the system on the
model selected.
The types of diagnostics supported 7 by the tool are the following:
- Serial communication;
- Blinking codes;
- Display codes;
- Manual procedure.
TYPE OF CABLE: required diagnostic cable.
CONNECTOR POSITION: indication of the position of the diagnostic connector.
CONNECTOR IMAGE: picture of the connector (push F5)
Screens for the selected system are displayed, indicating the status and
connections, if any, of the diagnostic cable and of the key.
- SEARCHING ECU -
- SEARCHING ECU Connect scanner cable
to diagnostic port on
motorcycle
Start with key off
And antitheft OFF, if
present
1/3
- SEARCHING ECU -
- SEARCHING ECU -
Set engine switch to
“RUN”
Turn key on
2/3
3/3
WARNING!
WRONG CONNECTIONS CAN IRREPARABLY DAMAGE THE TOOL.
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For further information, please refer to the APPENDIX.
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If the ECU is equipped with serial communication, a connection is attempted.
Connecting …
If the ECU search is successfully, a screen appears similar to the one below.
- SEARCHING ECU Connected
ID received
ECU recognized:
Marelli IAW 15P
If the search fails, screens appear similar to the ones below.
- SEARCHING ECU -
- SEARCHING ECU -
Turn key off.
Cannot connect to ECU
1/2
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3.2.1.2 MANUAL SEARCH BY ECU SELECTION
This function lists the ECUs for the manufacturer selected and supported by the
current software version installed on the scanner.
- ECU SELECTION Î Marelli IAW 5AM
Marelli IAW 15P
Sagem MC1000
Marelli MIU
Synerject Ditech
Siemens VDO
Ð
After selecting the ECU for the motorcycle being tested, the selection is
confirmed.
- ECU SELECTION ECU selected:
Marelli IAW 15P
PROCEED EXIT
After selecting PROCEED, further instructions are displayed (see examples).
- SEARCHING ECU -
- SEARCHING ECU -
Start with key off
And antitheft OFF, if
present
Connect scanner cable
to diagnostic port on
motorcycle
1/3
- SEARCHING ECU -
- SEARCHING ECU -
Set engine switch to
“RUN”
Turn key on
2/3
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WARNING!
WRONG CONNECTIONS CAN IRREPARABLY DAMAGE THE TOOL.
If the ECU is equipped with serial communication, a connection is attempted.
Connecting …
If the ECU search is successful, a screen appears similar to the one below.
- SEARCHING ECU Connected
ID received
xxxxxxxxxxxxx
If the search is negative, error messages are displayed.
- SEARCHING ECU -
- SEARCHING ECU -
Cannot connect to ECU
Turn key off.
1/2
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3.2.2 AUTOMATIC SEARCH CONNECTION
Use this function to connect automatically to the selected manufacturer if that
manufacturer supports automatic connection. The user should be familiar with the
position, type of diagnostic socket and connection instructions beforehand.
WARNING!
WRONG CONNECTIONS CAN IRREPARABLY DAMAGE THE TOOL.
The following instructions are displayed, .
- SEARCHING ECU -
- SEARCHING ECU Connect scanner cable
to diagnostic port on
motorcycle
Start with key off
And antitheft OFF, if
present
1/3
- SEARCHING ECU -
- SEARCHING ECU -
Set engine switch to
“RUN”
Turn key on
2/3
3/3
After completing the above steps, connection to the ECU is attempted.
Connecting …
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If the automatic search is successful, a screen appears similar to the one:
- SEARCHING ECU Connected
ID received
ECU recognised:
Marelli IAW 15P
If the automatic search fails, error messages are displayed.
- SEARCHING ECU -
- SEARCHING ECU -
Cannot connect to ECU
Turn key off.
1/2
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3.3 ECU MENU
If the system search is successful, a menu appears similar to the one below.
- MARELLI IAW 15P Î ECU data
Parameters
Reading stored faults
Erasing stored faults
Diagnostic procedure
Configurations
ÏÐ
NOTE:
Some items of the ECU menu might be not be shown. Not all manufacturers
support all functions.
ECU DATA: select to display the ECU data.
PARAMETERS: select to display the parameters and live data supported by the ECU.
READING STORED FAULTS: indicates the number of faults, the fault codes and relevant
descriptions (if available). Will also indicate possible causes, if available.
ERASING STORED FAULTS: resets all stored faults.
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE: test the components controlled by the ECU.
CONFIGURATIONS: change the settings of some of the components controlled by the
ECU.
EXIT: press to stop communication.
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3.3.1 ECU DATA
By selecting "ECU data" from the "ECU MENU", a screen appears similar to the one
below.
- ECU DATA HW Number:
xxxxxxxxxxxxx
SW Number:
xxxxxxxxxxxxx
SW version:
xxxxxxxxxxxxx
3.3.2 PARAMETERS
By selecting “Parameters” from the "ECU MENU", the list of parameters supported is
displayed.
- PARAMETERS Î Engine rpm
Injection time
Spark advance
Atmospheric pressure
Air temperature
Water temperature
Ð
Using the key
select a list of parameters (6 max. simultaneously.) Push F5 to
display the selected parameters.
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After confirming the selection, a table (see below) displays the data in real time.
- PARAMETERS –
Engine rpm
0RPM
Spark advance
0°
CO Trimmer
2
Air Tempera...
22°C
Water Tempe..
23°C
Throttle po..
150 mV
-------------------------Use the arrows (Ï Ð Í Î) to move the cursor to scroll long texts. Push the F5 key
to display live data on further parameters supported by the ECU.
3.3.3 READING STORED FAULTS
Select “Reading stored faults” from the "ECU MENU", to read faults stored in the
ECU.
If no faults are stored, the following screen (or something similar) appears.
- STORED FAULTS -
No fault stored
Press
to return to the ECU menu.
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If faults are present in the ECU, a screen appears similar to the one below, indicating
the number of saved DTCs.
- STORED FAULTS Stored Diagnostic
Fault Codes:
5
Press
to display the list including code and description of faults stored.
- STORED FAULTS Î01 – Throttle valve ..
02 – Atmospheric pre..
03 – Lambda probe
04 – Engine temperat..
05 – Air temperature..
Selecting an item from the above list brings up a screen for the specific fault, with
additional information, as outlined in the following image.
- DTC: 01DESCRIPTION:
Throttle valve sen..
CONDITION:
Present
DETAIL:
Circuit open/Short..
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3.3.4 ERASING STORED FAULTS
Selecting "Erasing stored faults" in the "ECU MENU" deletes faults stored in the
ECU.
Before deleting fault codes, confirm by pressing PROCEED.
- DELETING FAULTS -
This deletes faults
from ECU memory
PROCEED EXIT
Once the procedure has been completed, the status is displayed.
- DELETING FAULTS Faults deleted!
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3.3.5 DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES
Select "Diagnostic procedures" in the "ECU MENU", to display the list of tests of
components controlled by the ECU and supported by the scan tool.
- DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES Î Fuel pump relay
A.T. coil
Stepper
Revolution counter
Injector
Fan relay
Ð
Selecting a diagnostic procedure in the manu starts the test in question.
- DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES Stepper
Test in progress..
Press
to stop the test.
When the diagnostic procedure is complete, the result of the test is displayed.
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3.3.6 CONFIGURATIONS
Select "Configurations" in the "ECU MENU" to display the list of setup and
adjustment operations controlled by the ECU and supported by the scan tool.
- CONFIGURATIONS Î Setting TPS to zero
CO calibration
EXIT
Ð
Selecting an item from the list starts the process. For some setup operations,
confirm using CONTINUE. The following screen shows an example of a supported
setup function.
- CONFIGURATIONS TRIMMER value:
2
Ï or Ð to vary.
to confirm
to cancel
When the setup or adjustment procedure is complete, the result is displayed.
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3.4 SETUP MENU
Select the SETUP function to bring up the following menu.
- SETUP MENU Î Language selection
System of units
Display SW release
Update ME0149
Set time & date
Display Barcode
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LANGUAGE SELECTION: Function used to select language.
SYSTEM OF UNITS:
Function switches between the English/ AF
measurement system (°F, mi, mph, in Hg) and the
standard international system (°C, km, km/h, mmHg).
DISPLAY SW RELEASE: Function used to view software release.
UPDATE ME0149:
Optimization of ME0149 board functionality.
SET TIME & DATE:
Set time and date display.
DISPLAY BARCODE:
View the scanner’s barcode.
MAIN MENU:
Return to main menu.
3.5 HELP FUNCTION
Help screens (similar to that below) can be accessed by pushing the F1 key at any point
in the software with the following exceptions:
Images display.
Graphic animations display.
- HELP : confirm item
indicated
: Exits the list
Ï: Moves item
indicator up 1 line
Press any key…
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Harley-Davidson® Quick Start Procedure
Follow these instructions to use the scan tool on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle.
4.1 STEP 1: USING THE VEHICLES LIST
1. In the Harley-Davidson section, search for the motorcycle in the MODEL column.
2. Verify the model year and the systems covered by the scanner. Note: Some systems
are optional and might not be installed on some motorcycles (such as an
IMMOBILIZER/ anti-theft system, or ABS).
3. Select the applicable diagnostic cable (CABLES column). All Harley-Davidson
motorcycles have the same cable SL010480 (480+M+R). The "R" suffix indicates that
the Data Router 5603 is also required; the "M" suffix indicates that the cable Master
SL010474 is also required together with the other one.
2
Harley Davidson
Section
3
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4.2 STEP 2: CONNECTING THE HARLEY DAVIDSON CABLE TO THE SCANNER
1.
Connect the 5603 Data Router's 15
pin female connector to the diagnostic port
on the scan tool.
2.
Connect the 25 pin connector on the
5603 Data Router to the SL010474
MASTER cable, or the Harley-Davidson
cable, if the kit includes no Master Cable.
3.
Connect the 14 pin connector on the
MASTER cable to the SLAVE cable HarleyDavidson SL010480.
4.
Check that the scan tool, the Data
Router and the Harley Davidson cable are
firmly connected.
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4.3 STEP 3: LOCATING THE MOTORCYCLE DIAGNOSTIC PORT
1. Identify the Harley Davidson motorcycle series: Sportster, Dyna, Softail, VRSC or
Touring.
2. With the Sportster series, remove the seat and the left side panel, use the pictures
below to identify the 4-pin diagnostic connector, remove the cap, and go to STEP 4.
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3. With the Dyna series, remove the left side panel and use the pictures below to
identify the 4-pin diagnostic connector. Remove the cap and go to STEP 4.
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4. With the Softail series, remove the seat, using the pictures below to identify the 4-pin
diagnostic connector. Remove the cap and go to STEP 4.
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5. For VRSC series motorcycles, remove the left side panel of the steering column.
Use the pictures below to identify the 4-pin diagnostic connector, remove the cap and
jump to STEP 4.
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6. With the Touring series, remove the right hand case and the right hand panel.
Use the diagrams below to identify the 4-pin diagnostic connector, and remove the
cap.
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4.4 STEP 4: CONNECTING THE SCANNER TO THE MOTORCYCLE
1. Connect the SL010480 Harley-Davidson cable to the motorcycle diagnostic socket.
2. If the motorcycle has an immobilizer security system, turn it off.
3. If the lock-set is not installed, turn the key into "IGN" (or IGNITION) position and go
to step 5.
4. If the lock-set is installed, turn the key to the "UNLOCK" position and then turn the
lock-set to "IGN" (or IGNITION) position.
5. Set the RUN/OFF (engine) switch to "RUN" position.
LOCK SET (TYPE 1)
LOCK SET (TYPE 2)
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4.5 STEP 5: STARTING DIAGNOSTIC WORK ON THE MOTORCYCLE
1. Check that the Scanner is turned on.
2. Press a key and select "Harley-Davidson" in the MAIN MENU.
3. Select the applicable system for the motorcycle, as defined in the SYSTEM column
in the VEHICLES LIST(STEP 1).
4. Select "Automatic search" and wait for connection to the motorcycle ECU.
5. Press the ENTER key (
) and select the applicable diagnostic function.
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- MAIN MENU DUCATI
GAS GAS
GILERA
Î HARLEY DAVIDSON
HONDA
HYOSUNG
2
ÏÐ
3
- HARLEY DAVIDSON Ignition
Î Injection
Immobilizer
ABS
Dashboard
Radio
- INJECTION Manual search
Î Automatic search
EXIT
Ð
ÏÐ
- SEARCHING ECU -
Start with key off
and antitheft off, if
installed
- SEARCHING ECU Connect scanner cable
to diagnostic port on
motorcycle
1/4
2/4
- SEARCHING ECU -
- SEARCHING ECU -
Set engine switch to
“RUN
Turn key on
3/4
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4.2
- SEARCHING ECU Connected
ID received
ECU recognised:
DELPHI ECM
4.3
Connecting...
5
- DELPHI ECM Î ECU data
Parameters
Reading stored faults
Erasing stored faults
Diagnostic procedure
Configurations
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SUZUKI/CAGIVA INJECTION ADJUSTMENT
Follow these instructions to use the optional cable SL010477 to adjust the injection
system on SUZUKI and CAGIVA motorcycles, where the ECU has this capability. For
additional information about the use of the vehicles list and the connection mode, refer to
the following sections in this manual: “MOTORCYCLE IDENTIFICATION”,
“CONNECTING THE 5603 DATA ROUTER” and “CONNECTING TO THE
MOTORCYCLE USING PROPRIETARY (OEM) CABLES”.
WARNING !
PLEASE READ THE NEXT SET OF INSTRUCTIONS IN DETAIL. THESE DESCRIBE
HOW TO USE THE SUZUKI/CAGIVA CABLE PROPERLY.
ANY IMPROPER USE OF THIS CABLE CAN CAUSE IRREPARABLE DAMAGE TO
THE SCAN TOOL.
INITIAL STEPS
1. Connect the SL010477 cable to the 5603 Data Router. Connect the Data Router to the
scan tool.
2.Connect the SL010051 cable to the SL010477 cable.
3. Connect the battery clamps to the battery terminals on the motorcycle being tested (red
clamp on the positive terminal and black clamp on the negative terminal).
4.Verify that the scan tool is switched on .
5.Wait for the initial screen to appear and press any key.
6. In the MAIN MENU select “CAGIVA” or “SUZUKI.
7.When the systems selection menu appears, select “Injection Adjustment,” “Manual
search” and afterwards “Vehicle selection”.
8. Select the vehicle model and connect the scan tool to the injection system adjustment
socket on the motorcycle as described in screens 7.1, 7.2 e 7.3 below.
) and only now connect the SL010477 cable to the
9. Push the ENTER key (
diagnostic socket on the motorcycle, as described in the screen of point 8.
10. At this point you can access the main ECU menu. Select “Configurations” to view
the supported adjustments, as described in the next sections.
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- MAIN MENU PEUGEOT
PIAGGIO
SHERCO
Î SUZUKI
TRIUMPH
VESPA
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- SUZUKI Inj., display codes
Injection
Î Injection adjustment
Transmission
EXIT
- INJECTION ADJUST. Î Manual search
EXIT
ÐÏ
6.2
6.1
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- MANUAL SEARCH Î Vehicle selection
ECU selection
EXIT
- VEHICLE SELECTION Boulevard M50 Black..
GSX-R1000 [01-02]
GSX-R1000 [03-07]
Î GSX-R1000 Black L.E.
GSX-R1000 Limited..
GSX-R1000 Matt Black
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7.1
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7
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- VEHICLE DATA Model:
GSX-R1000 Black L.E.
Diagnostic mode :
Serial communication
Cable type :
477+051+5603
- VEHICLE DATA Connector position:
Under the seat
Connector image:
Press <F5>
7.2
2/2
½
7.3
8
- SEARCHING ECU -
- SEARCHING ECU -
Start with key off
and antitheft off, if
installed
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For the system
selected, connect the
Data Router 5603 and
the cable SL010477
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- DENSO (S) Î Configurations
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- CONFIGURATIONS Î Original values reset
Idling adjustment
Regulation at 10%
Regulation at 25%
Regulation at 50%
Regulation at 75%
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5.2 ADJUSTING THE INJECTION SYSTEM USING THE SUZUKI / CAGIVA CABLE
The operations described in this section must be carried out only by a qualified technician.
This function adjusts the motorcycle injection timing.
The smaller openings of the throttle valve should be adjusted first, as the idling and 10%
affect the bigger openings (50%, 75%, 100%).
The adjustments are in real time. If you use the arrow keys to enrich or reduce the fuel,
the fuel values, as well as the injection times, are adjusted while the engine is on.
The only exception is the idling adjustment, with all cylinders selected. Here you operate
in real time only on one single cylinder. After confirming the adjustment value by pressing
the ENTER key, all cylinders are adjusted in sequence to the same value as the first
cylinder.
The motorcycle ECU does not provide the current injection time adjustment values. To
make adjustments easier, the unit stores the most recent values set using the adjustment
cable.
When working on a new motorcycle, where the current injection time configuration is
unknown, go to “Original values reset”.
If you intend to work on more than one motorcycle, it is a good idea to create a personal
data base of the last values set on each motorcycle.
The following sections show the screens displayed during injection adjustments. These
screens indicate which key has which function in the injection adjustment process. Use
these keys in sequence to adjust the injection system:
Ï
Î
Í
Ð
increase the value by 1%
increase the value by 10%
decrease the value by 10%
decrease the value by 1%
to store the set value.
to restore the original setting.
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5.2.1 ORIGINAL VALUES RESET
This function resets the ECU to its original factory settings. This is necessary when
working on a particular motorcycle for the first time.
After selecting “Original values reset” the following screens appear in sequence.
1
- CONFIGURATIONS This function resets
the original ECU
settings
- CONFIGURATIONS -
1.1
Turn key on and set
engine switch to
“RUN”.
PROCEED EXIT
1.2
- CONFIGURATIONS -
Data storage in
process….
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- CONFIGURATIONS -
1.3
Turn key off
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5.2.2 IDLING ADJUSTMENT
This function adjusts the idling injection. It is possible to adjust the idling on each
cylinder, and on all cylinders at the same time. Setting a value between +10% +40% is preferable.
During the storage phase the change in cylinder noise can be heard, depending on
the adjustment value percentage.
After selecting “Idling adjustment” the following screens appear in sequence.
1
- CONFIGURATIONS -
- CONFIGURATIONS -
This function
regulates the idling
injection
Turn key on and start
engine
1/3
PROCEED EXIT
1.2
- CONFIGURATIONS -
- CONFIGURATIONS With engine running,
select in next screen
one single cylinder
or all cylinder for
regulation
Warm up engine and
regulate idling to
lowest possible value
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2/3
2
1.1
- SELECT CYLINDERS Î Cylinder 1
Cylinder 2
Cylinder 3
Cylinder 4
All
1.3
3/3
- CONFIGURATIONS In the next screen
modify the regulation
value using the arrow
key. to confirm
entry
2.1
- CONFIGURATIONS -
2.3
Ð
2.2
- CONFIGURATIONS Adjustment value
0%
Ï or Î to increase
Ð or Í to reduce
to confirm.
to cancel.
Data storage in
process….
After making the adjustments “Stop engine and turn key off”.
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5.2.3 REGULATION AT 10%
This function adjusts the injection opening to 10% of the throttle valve. This function
requires the engine to be warmed up. Make sure 93° C (200 °F) is not reached, as
this will cause the ECU will try to compensate the overheating and the set
adjustments will be incorrect.
After selecting “Regulation at 10%” the following screens appear in sequence.
1
- CONFIGURATIONS This function
regulates opening
injection to 10% of
the throttle valve
PROCEED EXIT
1.2
- CONFIGURATIONS Warm engine to
temperature of
82°C(180°F) 87°C(190°F). Not
higher than
93°C(200°F).
2/3
1.4
- CONFIGURATIONS In the next screen
modify the regulation
value using the arrow
key. to confirm
entry
1.6
- CONFIGURATIONS -
- CONFIGURATIONS -
1.1
Turn key on and start
engine
1/3
- CONFIGURATIONS -
1.3
Without motorcycle in
gear set target rpm
value to increase and
keep constant
3/3
- CONFIGURATIONS Adjustment value
0%
Ï or Î to increase
Ð or Í to reduce
to confirm.
to cancel.
1.5
Data storage in
process….
After making the adjustments “Stop engine and turn key off”. Verify that the idling
adjustment has not been negatively affected. If so repeat the idling “Idling
adjustment”.
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5.2.4 REGULATION AT 25% - 50% - 75%
These functions adjust the injection opening to 25%, 50%, or 75% of the throttle
valve.
Warm up the engine. Make sure 93° C (200 °F) is not reached, as this will cause the
ECU will try to compensate the overheating and whatever adjustments made will not
be saved. After selecting “Regulation at 10%” the following screens appear in
sequence.
Once you reach the values which achieve the best engine response at a quick
opening of the throttle valve to 25% (see screens 1.3 and 1.4 ), use the same
procedure for the points (50% and 75%).
When looking for the optimal value, it is advisable to adjust to +/- 20% of the desired
value. After selecting “Regulation at 25%”, “Regulation at 50%”, “Regulation at 75%”
the following screens appear in sequence. Only the percentage value of the throttle
valve will change.
1
- CONFIGURATIONS -
- CONFIGURATIONS -
This function
regulates opening
injection to 25% of
the throttle valve
Turn key on and start
engine
PROCEED EXIT
1.2
1.4
1/4
- CONFIGURATIONS Warm engine to
temperature of
82°C(180°F) 87°C(190°F). Not
higher than
93°C(200°F).
Ð
1.1
- CONFIGURATIONS -
1.3
Set gear to 1st
speed, set the engine
rpm at 5000RPM and
hold constant
3/4
2/4
- CONFIGURATIONS -
- CONFIGURATIONS In the next screen
modify the regulation
value using the arrow
key. to confirm
entry
Open throttle quickly
to 25% and check
engine response
1.5
4/4
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- CONFIGURATIONS Adjustment value
0%
Ï or Î to increase
Ð or Í to reduce
to confirm.
to cancel.
- CONFIGURATIONS -
1.7
Data storage in
process….
After making the adjustments “Stop engine and turn key off”.
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5.2.5 REGULATION AT 100%
This function adjusts the injection opening to 100% of the throttle valve. To find the
optimal
value
it
is
advisable
make
adjustments
of
+/- 20% of the desired value. Road tests with a complete opening of the throttle valve
are required. It is possible that the ideal value is negative.
After selecting “Regulation at 100%” the following screens will appear in sequence.
- CONFIGURATIONS Regulation at 25%
Regulation at 50%
Regulation at 75%
Î Regulation at 100%
EXIT
- CONFIGURATIONS This function
regulates opening
injection to 100% of
the throttle valve
ÏÐ
1.1
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- CONFIGURATIONS Turn key on and set
engine switch to
“RUN”.
1.3
1
- CONFIGURATIONS Adjustment value
0%
Ï or Î to increase
Ð or Í to reduce
to confirm.
to cancel.
- CONFIGURATIONS In the next screen
modify the regulation
value using the arrow
key. to confirm
entry
1.2
- CONFIGURATIONS -
1.4
Data storage in
process….
After having executed the adjustments “Stop engine and turn key off”.
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6.1 SCREEN
This section describes the main types of screens displayed when using the diagnostic
software. The screens shown in the following sections are examples and may be subject
to modification.
6.1.1 “MENU” SCREEN
Selection arrow
- MAIN MENU Î ADIVA
APRILIA
ARTIC CAT
BENELLI
BIMOTA
BMW
Ð
Selection arrow direction
The “MENU” screen is for selection of an item from a list.
The functions of the various navigation keys are described below:
: return to the previous screen.
: select the item indicated.
Ï : move the selection arrow up 1 item.
Ð : move the selection arrow down 1 item.
Í : move the selection arrow up 6 items (only if the menu has more than 6 items).
Î : move the selection arrow down 6 items (only if the menu has more 6 items).
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6.1.2 “PROCEED – EXIT” SCREEN
- CONFIGURATIONS This function
regulates the TPS
sensor angle.
Highlighted item
PROCEED EXIT
Use the “PROCEED – EXIT” commands to continue by selecting PROCEED or to
stop by selecting EXIT.
The functions of navigation keys are described below:
: confirm the highlighted item.
Í : move the selection to the left.
Î : move the selection to the right.
6.1.3 “BINARY SELECTION” SCREEN
- SEARCHING ECU Select the correct
motorcycle diagnostic
socket.
Î 6 PINS
4 PINS
In the “BINARY SELECTION” screen select one of two options.
The functions of navigation keys are:
: return to the previous screen.
: confirm the option that has been selected.
Ï : move the selection arrow up.
Ð : move the selection arrow down.
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6.1.4 “MESSAGE” SCREEN
Indicates the presence of
additional invisible text
lines
- CONFIGURATIONS Refer to the next
picture. Read on the
motorcycle display
the position of the
dash located to the
left of the "c00"
Ð
4/10
The “MESSAGE” screen displays a message. The current page/total pages indicator
is displayed only if there are several “MESSAGE” screens in sequence.
The functions of the various navigation keys are described below:
: return to the previous screen or the previous sequence of messages.
: display the next message or screen.
Ï : move the message screen up one line
(only if the message has more than 6 lines).
Ð : move the message screen down one line
(only if the message contains more than 6 lines).
Í : return to the previous message
(only in case of messages in sequence).
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6.1.5 “MULTIPLE SELECTION” SCREEN
Selection arrow
- PARAMETERS Î Throttle valve posi…
. Atmospheric pressure
Pressure differene..
Intake air temperat..
Water temperature
Speed sensor pulses
Selected item
.
Ð
Selection arrow direction
The “MULTIPLE SELECTION” screen allows one or more options to be selected
from a list.
The functions of the various navigation keys are described below:
: return to the previous screen.
: add an item to the multiple selection.
Ï : move the selection arrow up 1 item.
Ð : move the selection arrow down 1 item.
Í : move the selection arrow up 6 items
(only if the menu has more than 6 items).
Î : move the selection arrow down 6 items
(only if the menu has more than 6 items).
F5 : confirm the multiple selection
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6.1.6 “HELP” SCREEN
- HELP : Confirms item
indicated
: Exits the list
Ï : Moves item
indicator up 1 line
- HELP Ð : Moves item
indicator down 1 line
Í : Moves item
indicator up 6 lines
Press any key…
Press any key…
- HELP Î : Moves item
indicator down 6
lines
Press any key…
The “HELP” screen provides information on the functions of keys displayed in the
lower right hand part of the screen.
Push any key to go to the following help screen (if any) or to return to the screen
where help was requested.
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6.1.7 “PARAMETERS TABLE” SCREEN
Enabling cursor
- PARAMETERS –
Engine rpm
0RPM
Spark advance
0°
CO Trimmer
2
Air Tempera...
22°C
Water Tempe..
23°C
Throttle po..
150 mV
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The "PARAMETERS TABLE" screen displays live data from the ECU.
To scroll the long texts, press the arrow key (Ð) once.
The functions of the various navigation keys are described below:
: return to the parameters selection menu.
Ï : move the enabling cursor up 1 line.
Ð : move the enabling cursor down 1 line.
Í : move the enabling cursor from the right column to the left column.
Î : move the enabling cursor from the left column to the right column.
F5 : display the table of the following parameters supported by the ECU
(6 simultaneously).
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6.2 TYPES OF DIAGNOSTICS
6.2.1 SERIAL COMMUNICATION
Serial communication is the most advanced diagnostics mode. A communication
handshake is established automatically between the scan tool and the ECU. This
type of diagnostic capability also allows the display of live data from the ECU and
may support the adjustment of certain functions.
6.2.2 BLINKING CODES
Blinking codes are a simple diagnostic mode for identifying fault codes stored in the
ECU. Fault codes are indicated by a series of long and short blinks from the
malfunction indicator lamp (LED), as described below.
When the malfunction indicator lamp blinks, long blinks denote tens. Short blinks
denote units. For instance, in case of error 15, the malfunction indicator gives one
long blink (1 ten) and 5 short blinks (5 units).
In the event of more than one fault code, the ECU stores all fault codes. These are
then displayed in sequence. The code sequence is repeated until the autodiagnostics
mode is activated.
If no fault is present, the malfunction indication lamp does not light up.
For instance, if two faults occur, 12 and then 15, maintenance codes are displayed
as follows.
The autodiagnostics function activation mode is explained by messages displayed on
the instrument panel of the motorcycle being tested.
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6.2.3 DISPLAY CODES
Display codes identify fault codes stored in the ECU. Fault codes are indicated by a
number or by an alphanumeric code shown on the display of the motorcycle
dashboard.
If more than one fault is present, the ECU stores all fault codes, which are then
displayed in sequence. Codes are repeated in sequence until the autodiagnostics
mode is activated.
The autodiagnostics function activation mode is explained by messages displayed on
the instrument panel of the motorcycle being tested.
6.2.4 MANUAL PROCEDURE
Some diagnostic functions can be activated with manual procedures and are
described by the scanner on a case-by-case basis.
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TEL: +1.847.356.3220
FAX: +1.213.402.6687
E-MAIL: info@StrategicTQ.com
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