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Offline DataDavid

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DealerTool Screen Shots
« on: March 18, 2015, 07:21:58 pm »
I received my DealerTool yesterday.  The installation was easy.  I thought they had very good instructions.  The registration process was also very easy.  I had my registration key back in less than 15 minutes.  I was a little disappointed there is no way to print any of the screens (or at least I didn't see any print function.  I captured some screen shots in case someone is thinking about buying the DealerTool and wants to see what all is visible.  I have attached those screen shots.  I was under the impression certain add-ons like heated grips, an alarm system, tire pressure sensors, etc won't show up on the bike until the dealer "scans them into the bike".  Is this true?  Can the DealerTool do that?

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Re: DealerTool Screen Shots
« Reply #1 on: March 19, 2015, 09:04:47 am »
Hi DataDavid,

Thanks for posting thoose screen shots - I'm sure they wil be useful for anyone
considering buying the DealerTool device  :028:

Some accessories do need to be programmed in to the Trophy by the Dealer.

If Heated Grips or Seats are fitted, then they should still work,
whether or not the Instrument Panel symbols have been enabled.

Earlier Trophy models needed to be programmed with the Dealers diagnostic tool for the Heated Grips
( and Seats ? ) symbology to be displayed on the Instrument panel ( DealerTool can't do that ),
whereas I believe that later models, certainly for the Grips, don't need such programming,
and have an electrical Blanking plug under the Glove box area ( where the connections for the Grips are ),
which is replaced with a Plug from the Heated Grips kit, and this then enables the Instrument Panel symbols.

The Tyre Pressure sensors have to be programmed in by the Deealer.
The individual Sensor codes have to be entered and allocated to front and rear positions.
( Each sensor is supplied with a sticker giving it's code number,
and there is a space in the Owners Handbook for these to be attached -
in case they are ever needed for re-programming ).

As for the alarm, I would magine that it has to be programmed in to the Trophy,
but there is no external notification of an alarm being fitted, other than the red flashing LED,
and the loud screech when you accidentally set it off !  :138:

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Re: DealerTool Screen Shots
« Reply #2 on: March 19, 2015, 03:07:59 pm »
Downloaded the pdf but I just get 18 blank pages  :187:

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Re: DealerTool Screen Shots
« Reply #3 on: March 19, 2015, 05:33:54 pm »
It downloaded and worked OK for me ?


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Re: DealerTool Screen Shots
« Reply #4 on: March 19, 2015, 06:59:15 pm »
I was waiting for someone to post some DealerTool screenshots.  I've gotten the Bluetooth version of TuneEcu working on my Trophy and the only thing I see that it doesn't have is the ability to bleed the ABS.  I noted that it doesn't have a selection to reset the service indicator.  Doesn't the Trophy have that icon in the dash display?

I contacted the guys at DealerTool a while back and they didn't have it in their immediate plans on having the ability to turn the heated icons on.  They did state they had multiple requests to be able to work with the TPMS system.  Maybe that will be in the next update.

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Re: DealerTool Screen Shots
« Reply #5 on: March 19, 2015, 07:07:21 pm »
I noted that it (Tune ECU) doesn't have a selection to reset the service indicator.
Doesn't the Trophy have that icon in the dash display?
More of a message than an Icon !


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Re: DealerTool Screen Shots
« Reply #6 on: March 20, 2015, 09:05:31 am »
I was a little disappointed there is no way to print any of the screens (or at least I didn't see any print function.
I've passed that on to the Tech guys at DealerTool
who will consider adding this function to future software releases  :028:

Meanwhile, fror anyone that isn't aware,  the Windows "Print Screen" function
can be used to "copy" the entire screen, which can then be "pasted" intio a document etc,
or on later version of Windows, in Windows Accessories, is the "Snipping Tool",
that can be used to select specific areas of the screen and save that as an image file.





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Re: DealerTool Screen Shots
« Reply #7 on: March 20, 2015, 10:34:30 am »
Anyone any idear why I cant see the pdf I have downloaded coconuts pdfs no problem but this one just gives me 18 blank pages  :087: