MS531-HD Harley Davidson Motorcycle Scanner

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TECHNICAL PRESENTATION:

TECHNICAL PRESENTATION Griffin Tools and Supply, LLC Tools that make money by getting you in the game! 291 Deerpath Lane Carpentersville, IL 60110 Phone: (847) 651-3099 E-Mail: info@griffintoolsandsupply.com Website: www.griffintoolsandsupply.com MS531-HD Harley Diagnostic Scan Tool

Summary:

Summary Introduction What it does How it is made How it works How to connect it Which functions it performs

Introduction:

Technical Evolution of Motorcycles On Board Electronic Control Units Diagnostic Tools Introduction

Technical Evolution of Motorcycles:

Technical Evolution of Motorcycles New Global Exhaust Emissions Regulations Customer Demands ( Comfort, Safety, Performance ) New On-Board Systems Adoption Speed Varies By Manufacturer

On-Board Electronic Control Units:

On-Board Electronic Control Units New Systems Managing Injection, ABS, Immobilizer, Ect . Through Electronic Control Units Control of Sensors and Actuators Detection of Faults Service Intervals and Belt Replacement Managing Fault Warning or Service Lights Turning On Recoding of Keys for Anti-Theft Systems

Diagnostic Tools:

Diagnostic Tools Diagnostic Tools Connect to the ECU to Support Technician Standards Do Not Exist for the Industry: Every Manufacturer Has Their Own Specific Diagnostic Tool or Interface

The MS531-HD:

The MS531-HD This tool is designed specifically for use on Harley Davidson and Buell Motorcycles Manufacturers’ Diagnostic Functions and Communication Protocols Technical Advantage : A Single Tool for Virtually Every Harley Davidson with Computerized Diagnostics (Usually Available Only to Dealers or Extremely Over-Priced) Economical : A Single Unit Purchase Practical : A Single User Interface and Standardised Diagnostic Methods

What it does:

What it does Fixing and Tweaking Covered Systems And Communication Protocols Tool Features Function Table Performance & Driveability Tuning

What it covers:

What it covers

Fixing and Tweaking:

Fixing and Tweaking Fixing : Reading Stored Faults (Condition, Detail, Possible Causes) Erasing Stored Faults (Re-Set of Fault Indicator), Live Data Display and Analysis, Diagnostic Tests, Brake Bleeding Tweaking : Injection Adjustment (Co Regulation), Throttle Valve Position, Identification, Alarm Disarming, Program New Keys

Fixing and Tweaking:

Fixing and Tweaking Some of the most important features are: Multi-lingual: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Czech, Russian Global Test and Report (Tests ALL Modules on Bike) Read and Clear Diagnostic Trouble Codes Monitor real-time data such as throttle position, temperature, O2 sensor values, etc. Read Identification Data (part number and VIN) from ALL modules Ignition module test EFI (Electronic Fuel Injection) module test TSSM (Turn Signal Security Module) test HFSM (Hands Free Security Module) test Change TSSM and HFSM configuration, including pairing of new key fobs Gauge (speedometer, tachometer and instrument cluster) test Test fuel injectors, Throttle Position Sensors, MAP sensors, main relay, fuel pump, turn signals, lamps and more. ABS Module test ABS brake bleeding Radio: test, pairing & configuration Buell TPS adjustment  

Covered Systems and Model Years :

Covered Systems and Model Years Covered Systems : Ignition/Injection Module, TSSM / HFSM / BCM Module, Instrument Module, Speedo Module, Tachometer Module, ABS and Radio Model Years Covered : VDO Ignition 1999 -2006 Magneti Marelli 1995 -2001 Delphi 2001 - 2013 Thunder MAX EFI up to 2010  

Tool Features:

Tool Features Automatic System Search Display of Data From the ECU Reading of Stored Faults Live Data Display (RPM, Battery Voltage, Throttle Angle, Etc.) Diagnostic Procedures (Injectors, Ignition, Coils, Fuel Pump, Etc.) Key Encoding Unlocking the Immobilizer Idle Speed Adjustment Module Replacement ACR - Automatic Compression Release During Starting (Enable/Disable) Cruise Control (Enable/Disable) Exhaust Actuator (Enable/Disable) EITMS - Engine Idle Temperature Management System (Enable/Disable) TSSM - Turn Signal Security Module (Key FOB with Button) Customization: Warn Alarm Sensitive Adjust, Storage Mode Time, Auto Arming, Side car, PIN (Read / Change) HFSM – Hands Free Security Module (Key FOB without Button) Customization: PIN (Read/Change), FOB (Assignment/Replacement), Auto arming (Enable/Disable) ABS Service (Bleeding and Configuration) - for CAN models Disarming - Read PIN/FOB Assignment on Armed Bike (with HFSM or BCM Module) Radio Region Code Configuration (DOM, JPN, AUS, HDI, BRZ, RUS, NZL) Radio pairing Buell TPS reset

How it is Made:

How it is Made Scanner Configuration Accessories Software Features

System Configuration:

System Configuration Scanner Interface with either USB (MS531-5009) or USB and Bluetooth (MS531-5008) 4-Pin Cable (MS531-4032) 6-Pin Cable (MS531-4047) Software Package Operating Manuals (PDF & Video) Carrying Case

Accessories:

Accessories CAN Disarming Cable: (MS531-4095) AFR Tuning Monitor: ( MS106-4016) The AFR Tuning Monitor is used for the advanced Tuning level and consists of two Wideband Air/Fuel Ratio Sensors and a compact electronic unit. Throttle Control Limiter: (MS531-4097) Throttle control limiter is a useful option for VE map measuring. This tool helps in setting of constant throttle position during testing. Tuning Dongle: (MS531-4094) The key function of the Tuning Dongle is saving of the original EFI calibration. Thanks to this function the original calibration can be restored at any time. The tuning dongle also incorporates the tuning license exclusively for one motorcycle and must be purchased for tuning of each individual motorcycle and will be mated to the ECM of that motorcycle.    

Accessories:

Accessories Oxygen Sensor Installation Kit: (MS106-4020) This set allows you to install a pair of wide band oxygen sensors on all exhausts where it is not possible to simply replace the factory oxygen sensors (M18 thread). Installation Targets Exhaust equipped with M18 fitting where there is not enough space for the longer wide band oxygen sensor Exhaust equipped with M12 fitting oxygen sensors, used on newer H-D bikes Exhaust without any fitting. The set contains a powerful double pump, which ensures high accuracy and measurement speed of real AFR in each cylinder. The pump is powered from 12V supply and can therefore be used also for a road test. All tools necessary (less drill) are included. Smart Power Bench: (MS531-4094) Power Bench for Motorcycle Diagnostics and Tuning Simulates engine load equivalent to road test •Gear 1 Simulates double load for comfortable tuning measurements (VE maps) • Gear 2 Provides measurements for both power and torque curves • Gear 1 Facilitates measurement of VE maps for engine tuning Provides the opportunity to carry out engine diagnostics while under a load Utilizes built in fan for engine & rear tire cooling Embedded protection of rear tire The Smart Power Bench is the ideal product for dealers and repair shops that want to use the diagnostic and/or tuning capabilities of MS531-HD to their full extend, including simulation of a road test. The smart design with a heavy weight and large diameter roller with built-in cooling fan simulates engine load equivalent to a road test, provides data for both power and torque curves, facilitates measurements of Volumetric Efficiency maps for engine tuning and give the opportunity to carry out engine diagnostics while under a load. The Smart Power Bench does not feature an eddy current or other type of brake. Instead, it uses a drum-driven fan system, giving more resistance when the rear wheel speed increases. This clever design makes it an affordable investment for any bike shop. Measuring only 99” long, 19” high and 40” wide, it does not require much space in your workshop either.  

Software Features:

Software Features Languages: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Czech, Russian Measurement Units: Imperial & Metric Update Distribution: Via Internet

How it Works:

How it Works Start-up and Global Test Navigating the Software ( Diagnostic Function)

Start-up and Global Test 1/3:

Start-up and Global Test 1/3 Connect the USB Cable to the interface and then to the computer. Connect the 4-Pin or 6-Pin cable to the interface and then to the diagnostic port on the bike. Start the software on the computer and select “Harley Davidson & Buell Diagnostics”

Start-up and Global Test 2/3:

Start-up and Global Test 2/3 After the Scanner is connected and the software is started the main diagnostic menu will appear. You can toggle through various different modules using the up or down arrows on the screen. After determining the module to be tested, click on the Green Button. After pressing the Green button the software will prompt the operator to turn on the ignition and confirm In this case here we will be performing a “Global Test” The “Global Test” searches and identifies all embedded control units and reads fault memory, generating a diagnostic report that can be printed.

Start-up and Global Test 3/3:

Start-up and Global Test 3/3 In the case of this bike it shows that it has Fuel injection module, ABS module, Hands Free Security Module, Speedo module, Tacho module and a Radio Module. By selecting the EFI module and then clicking on the fault memory will be displayed. By then clicking on the fault, the information on that fault will be displayed.

Navigate the Software (Diagnostic Functions) 1/3:

Navigate the Software (Diagnostic Functions) 1/3 The diagnostic functions are separated into five categories . ECU Identification: This function enables retrieving the information concerning the installed Electronic Control Unit, the relevant numerical specification of a particular part, the program version etc. This information may become important if the replacement of the control unit or of any other damaged part is necessary. Reading Fault Memory : Reading fault memory takes place after this function has been selected from the activity menu. The errors are divided into two different types: Permanent Errors: (those present in the vehicle at the moment of reading) Historic Errors: (errors that have already been removed and the information about their formation does not appear any more) If the fault memory is not empty, the errors are gradually listed with the error type and verbal description. The transition to the next error is performed only after its confirmation by the user. Erasing Fault Memory: Erasing fault memory occurs automatically after the function is selected from the activity menu. When it is finished, a result is announced, that is, whether the memory deletion has been successful or if there are still permanent errors which cannot be deleted from the memory. Here we must note that some systems save the existing error only after a certain time of engine run.

Navigate the Software (Diagnostic Functions) 2/3:

Navigate the Software (Diagnostic Functions) 2/3 Parameters: This function allows for determining which information is sent to the control unit through the sensors in individual parts of the system or, alternatively, in what way the obtained information is interpreted, in what state it is or what commands it gives to the actuating units. The quantity and kind of accessible parameters depend on the type of vehicle (engine, design, outfit, etc.). The parameter name as well as the value are always displayed. The directly measurable variables are stated in their own physical units, that is for example, accumulator voltage is stated in Volts, injection period (injection valve opening time) in milliseconds, and the like. If it is possible to measure the stated value independently (accumulator voltage by means of voltmeter, injection valve opening time by means of oscilloscope and so on), you can detect the correct function of the actuating unit and the value transmission to the control unit by comparison. Other variables are measured indirectly by means of conversion to electrical variables. A value of this electrical variable is then displayed (e.g., throttle position as a voltage at potentiometer), sometimes simultaneously with conversion to the measured variable (e.g., coolant temperature is stated directly in °C and as measured voltage at temperature sensor). In general, when measuring parameters, it is necessary to point out the fact that recommendations given by the manufacturer relate always to the specific relative conditions, e.g., engine speed is predetermined, the same goes for coolant temperature, etc. 

Navigate the Software (Diagnostic Functions) 3/3:

Navigate the Software (Diagnostic Functions) 3/3 Actuators: The control unit controls and influences the engine run and other relating components by means of actuating units. Certain elements can be controlled with an assistance of the control unit without the need for a disassembly. The advantage also lies in the fact you test the element with the inclusion of cabling and connector couplings on the vehicle. The range of elements which can be tested in this way is determined by the capacity of the control unit of the applied system and, of course, by the vehicle outfit as well. In principle, the very test is performed in the following way: the control unit gives the tested actuating unit the commands to act and, simultaneously, the element activity is monitored. Then the result can be measured and displayed back directly by the control unit or in the co-operation with a mechanic  - The operator detects the actual element activity either by means of his/her senses (audible clapping when valves are opened or relays switched, the jetting of fuel when the injection valve is switched, and the like) or with the use of measuring instruments. When the function of the actuating unit is correct, we are sure the element and cabling are correct as well. If the function fails, a search for the cause of failure must continue. Most of the tests must be performed with a stopped engine, although some may be performed with an engine either stopped or running, and on others it may be necessary to have the engine running. The vehicle should be at a standstill and secured. The device reacts to the control system responses and, if necessary, it draws operator’s attention to the necessity of a pertinent intervention. Generally, the duration of the test is finite - in some cases the test ends in reaction to the control unit response, in other cases it can be interrupted either by pressing a return key or it is ended automatically after a certain period (within approximately 30 s - it depends on a specific test and system). If for any reason, the communication between the device and the vehicle control unit was interrupted during actuating testing, we recommend to switch off the ignition key and continue only after several seconds. By doing so you will avoid possible problems when the control unit finds itself in an incorrect state or in a state different from that presupposed by the diagnostic instrument. 

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