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Service Check Mode:

Service Check Mode:

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(f) Detailed information mode 2

HINT:

• "Detailed information mode 2" is displayed when DTCs are detected in the responses to both "System Check Result Request" and "Diagnostic Memory Request".

• The component device code (physical address) is displayed first, and then the check result follows.

• This illustration is only an example and may differ in cases such as for each option part and output DTCs.

(1) Press the preset switch "2" to go to the "Detailed Information Mode 2".

(2) Press the "SEEK TRACK" switch to display the physical address and DTC of the component.

(3) Press the preset switch "3" to go to the "Service Check Mode".

(4) Distinguish between the displays of the responses to "System Check Result Request" and "Diagnostic Memory Request". In order to distinguish the information detected in "System Check Mode" and "Diagnostic Memory Mode" in "ECHn", "CHEC", and "old" in "Detailed Information Mode 2", refer to the following:

• "SyS" is displayed before the detailed codes detected as a result of "System Check Result Request" are displayed.

• "COdE" is displayed before the detailed codes detected as a result of "Diagnostic Memory Request" are displayed.

HINT:

• The response to "System Check Result Request" is the current information given from each ECU as a result of the system check.

• The response to "Diagnostic Memory Request" contains the information received from each ECU or stored in each ECU in the past.

• The response to "Diagnostic Memory Request" is the output DTCs as a result of the diagnostic memory check or the DTCs received from each ECU.

• "System Check Result Request (SyS)" is displayed first, and then the logical address and DTC appear in order.

• "Diagnostic Memory Request (COdE)" is displayed first, and then the logical address, DTC, sub-code, connection check number, and the number of occurrence appear in order.

System Check Mode:

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