MAHLE Aftermarket has secured order from the Royal Dutch Touring Club (ANWB) for 900 diagnostic tools. The ANWB, which offers breakdown support to motorists, has turned to MAHLE to help equip its 900 service vehicles with diagnostic tools. With their excellent level of coverage encompassing all vehicle types, real-time updates, simple operation, and robust design, diagnostic tools from MAHLE Aftermarket are increasingly popular around the world.
“With our diagnostic concept, we are taking a further step toward digitalization and connectivity and offering our customers real added value in terms of time savings, operability, and economic efficiency,” explains Olaf Henning, Corporate Executive Vice President and General Manager MAHLE Aftermarket.
Diagnostics solutions from MAHLE recognise all error codes within an average time of 30 seconds. The Linux-based systems communicate with all the modules fitted in the vehicle and report over 54,000 detailed OEM error code descriptions. They store all the data protocols locally, thus offering subsequent output if required—without having to reconnect to the vehicle. They can also be networked with other MAHLE service units in order to display functions such as the calibration of driver assistance systems or smart A/C service options.