More recent modules of the selected brand have 2 different diagnostics connectors.

Connection on TERMINATOR node

The TERMINATOR node is the CAN node with the yellow cap (fig.1) containing the network termination  resistor. This is to be found directly on the engine's terminal wiring harness (fig. 2) or on a  JUNCTION BOX node (fig. 3). To carry out the diagnosis via this connection, with the key set to  OFF, remove the TERMINATOR cap, connect the diagnostic tool, make the selections in IDC5 with the  note "Diagnosis on CAN node" and select the cable" AM01 CAN+ AM25 + Terminator" .

ATTENTION: if you select the TERMINATOR node connection, you must disconnect the TERMINATOR end connect the diagnostic tool, with the key off. Then select the engine to diagnose and only when requested to by the interface, turn the key to ON.

With connection to JUNCTION BOX open node

A JUNCTION BOX open node is an unused node (fig. 4) on one of the JUNCTION BOXES on the vessel's wiring harness. It is best to use the JUNCTION BOX closest to the engine, for a more reliable connection. To carry out the diagnosis via this connection, use the selections in IDC5 with the note "Diagnosis on CAN node" and select the cable "AM01 CAN + AM25 + Junction Box".

The makes and distinguishing signs of the vehicle manufacturers included in this document are only provided to inform the reader about the potential suitability of the said TEXA products to be used for the vehicles of the above-mentioned manufacturers. References to makes and models contained in this document are to be considered only as a rough guide.  

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