Vehicle Diagnosis System Group Tester One (GT1

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Working with the GT1 — Version 2.1

BMW Group Tester One, Working with the GT1 Version 2.1, December 2003

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1 1.1 1.2 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5 2.3.6 2.4 3 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 4.10 4.11 4.11.1 4.11.2 5 5.1 5.1.1 5.1.2 General Information....................................... 1-1 Safety Instructions .................................................1-1 Target Group of This Manual .................................1-2 Installing Software ........................................ 2-1 Enclosed or Delivered CDs ....................................2-1 Starting Operating Unit ..........................................2-1 Starting installation ................................................2-2 Setting Up System with Installation CD .................2-2 Installing Base CD..................................................2-3 Installing Program CD ............................................2-7 Only or first Program CD........................................2-8 Follow-Up CD ........................................................2-9 Separate CIP CD..................................................2-10 Installing TIS ........................................................2-10 Network Configuration .................................. 3-1 Introduction............................................................3-1 GT1 Network Configuration ...................................3-1 Connection Types, Diagnostic Head – Operating Unit........................................................3-2 Completion of Commissioning ...............................3-2 Operation....................................................... 4-1 Display Elements ...................................................4-1 Changing Applications ...........................................4-5 Diagnosis ...............................................................4-5 Measurement System ............................................4-6 Coding/Programming.............................................4-8 Administration ........................................................4-9 Technical Information System (TIS)......................4-10 Help .....................................................................4-10 Measuring Cable ..................................................4-12 Battery .................................................................4-13 Switching Off .......................................................4-13 Shutting Down the System...................................4-13 Forced Switch-off ................................................4-14 Troubleshooting............................................. 5-1 Faults: Symptoms/Causes .....................................5-1 Self-test .................................................................5-1 Control Panel .........................................................5-2

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5.1.3 5.1.4 5.1.5 5.1.6 5.1.7 5.1.8 5.1.9 5.2 6 6.1 6.2 6.3 7 7.1 7.2

Touch Screen.........................................................5-3 Plug-in Connections .............................................5-4 Battery ...................................................................5-4 Printer ....................................................................5-5 Docking Station......................................................5-6 Diagnostic Head ....................................................5-7 Accessories ...........................................................5-8 Fault Codes............................................................5-9 Forms and Addresses .................................... 6-1 Online Registration ................................................6-1 Forms for Registration / Fault Reports ...................6-1 Service Addresses .................................................6-2 Terms and Abbreviations ............................... 7-1 Definitions ..............................................................7-1 List of Abbreviations ..............................................7-4

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General Information

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General Information
The "Working with the GT1" manual contains all of the information required for software installation, network administration and connection of the diagnostic head for use in accordance with the intended purpose of the vehicle diagnosis system Group Tester One, hereinafter referred to as GT1. It supplements the "Components and Functions" manual, in which you will find all the information regarding the hardware components and first-time commissioning. Both manuals ("Components and Functions", "Working with the GT1") are to view as a whole. They address technically qualified personnel who have relevant knowledge in the field of vehicle diagnosis and measuring systems. Knowledge of and technically flawless implementation of the safety instructions and warnings contained in both manuals are a prerequisite for safe commissioning and for safety during operation and maintenance of the GT1. So that the manuals remain easy to understand, they do not contain details of all versions of the described operating modes1 and are unable to take account of every conceivable case of commissioning, operation or maintenance and service. It can also be the case that the content of the screen displays shown deviates slightly from what is shown on the operating unit.

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Safety Instructions
Read and comply with the safety instructions for the GT1. The general safety instructions can be found after the table of contents of the "Components and Functions" manual; specific safety instructions can be found at the relevant points in both manuals.

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1. 1-2 BMW Group Tester One. December 2003 . implement version changes on the GT1 or adapt it to an existing dealership network. Working with the GT1 Version 2.2 Target Group of This Manual This manual is addressed to the users and/or system administrators who carry out the initial installation. It is intended to help you to enable smooth and reliable operation of the Group Tester One in your workshop and network environment.General Information 1.

Working with the GT1 Version 2. Base CD. e. Future versions of the Program CD might consist of a number of media. 2-1 Position of the on/off button on the block of controls BMW Group Tester One. are shipped with the GT1.2 Starting Operating Unit Start the operating unit in the stationary mode as follows: set the operating unit reception point of the docking station to the DVD inclination. December 2003 2-1 . CIP CD. Note Only run the installation in this order.1 Installing Software Enclosed or Delivered CDs A number of CD-ROMs. 2. observe the instructions of operation of the DVD drive (see DVD inclinations in the "Components and Functions" manual).g. Program CD.1. These CDs are clearly labeled as initial or follow-on CD. Programming as of E65 (as of CD 30) The installation is always performed in the order Installation CD. Individualization. When handling CDs. A CD delivery can also contain special Program CDs. Fig. Switch the operating unit on by pressing the on/off button on the front. Installation CD Base CD Program CD CIP CD yellow cover with the lettering "Installation GT1" red lettering "GT1 Base" black lettering "GT1 Programs" Program CD for the applications Coding.Installing Software 2 2. which you require for the initial installation.

2-2 Example: CD installation GT1 1. remove the transportation lock. Insert the yellow CD labeled "Installation GT1".3. you can ignore these. December 2003 . 4. Open the DVD drive by pressing its eject button. Ensure that you comply with the instructions for operation of the DVD drive. If present. 2.1 Starting installation Setting Up System with Installation CD Fig. switch off and on the computer 2-2 BMW Group Tester One. Press the on/off button and hold it down for 5 seconds so that the operating unit switches off again. The installation is complete when the operating unit issues the message: Please insert CD "GT1 Base".1. The hard disk of the GT1 is now prepared for installation of the operating system. While the installation is running.3 2. 6. various messages appear on the touch screen. Press the on/off button again so that the operating unit switches itself on again.Installing Software 2. Close the drive. 3. Working with the GT1 Version 2. 5.

Working with the GT1 Version 2.2 Installing Base CD The next step is to install the Base CD as follows: 1. December 2003 2-3 . It takes approx. the following message appears on the touch screen: This is the wrong installation CD! Please replace current CD by the basic installation CD! Switch off and on again the system! The installation of the operating system is continued now. 5. Insert the Base CD labeled "GT1 Base". you can ignore these. Press the on/off button again so that the operating unit switches itself on again. Close the drive. 3. Press the on/off button and hold it down for 5 seconds so that the operating unit switches off again.1. Powering up is completed when the "Language selection/Dealer identification" window appears on the touch screen. 20 minutes. While the installation is running. BMW Group Tester One. Open the DVD drive again and take out the "Installation GT1" CD. Press the on/off button and hold it down for 5 seconds so that the operating unit switches off again. 2. Open the DVD drive again and take out the Base CD.3.Installing Software 2. The installation is complete when the operating unit issues the message: End of cdinstall !!! Please remove the CD !!!!!!!!! and switch the system off and on again to continue system halted 4. various messages appear on the touch screen. Note If you have inadvertently inserted the wrong CD.

e. Click on your language in the "Language" list. 2-4): Fig. the text is highlighted and has a dark selection bar. The screen display changes to the following window (see fig.Installing Software Fig. if you click on the "Up arrow" ( ). Working with the GT1 Version 2. the list moves one line upwards. i. December 2003 .1. with sample input) 2-4 BMW Group Tester One. 2-3 Language selection/Dealer identification (prior to language selection) Setting the language You can also scroll the list line by line. it scrolls downwards again by one line. 2-4 Language selection/Dealer identification (after language selection. If you click on the "Down arrow" ( ) button on the scrollbar. The selected line is now inverted.

The "Return/Enter" key.1. no. Press the virtual keys to enter your dealer number. 2. Note You can use the "Backspace" key marked with an arrow pointing to the left to delete input errors in order to continue with improved inputs. no. Press the "Dlr. Click in the "Company designation" field and enter your company name in the same way. Working with the GT1 Version 2. Use this to enter your dealer identification. any data entered up to that point is lost! You can return to the language input by pressing the "Back" button at the bottom left of the touch screen. BMW Group Tester One. consisting of three parts: the dealer number ("Dlr. 3. If you change the language later. 1." field. the company designation and the company address. 4. you should change the selection now before you enter your dealer identification. Click in the "Address" field and enter your address. December 2003 2-5 . It is identified by a green arrow pointing to the left. marked by an arrow pointing down towards the left. changes to the next line. To the right of the selection list. The keys react to contact with the touch screen in the same way as a normal computer keyboard."). you will now find the input fields for the dealer identification and in the lower section of the window a virtual keyboard. Bear in mind that the keyboard input is reset to lower case following entry of an upper case letter via the previously touched "Shift" key. The touch screen provides a separate entry field for each part. Setting the country Entering the dealer identification Select the country in which you are operating the GT1 in the "Country" selection list.Installing Software Note If you have inadvertently set the wrong language.

6. if this device is deployed at your dealership! Make sure that you check your input! After saving. the operating unit saves your dealer identification. and it looks the same as or similar to the one shown here. 7. If you confirm with "Yes". Press the "End" button. press the "End" button.Installing Software Important Please ensure that the settings of the dealer number and host name are correct (for host name. see Network Administration)! In cases of doubt. The service provider knows the data and can issue it! The dealer number match that in the DISPlus. A small pull-down menu containing a number of buttons opens up. 2-5 Start window (example) Note The buttons "TIS". you can only change the dealer identification by re-installing the Base CD! 5. December 2003 . The so-called start window then appears. There is now a save query in which you can still cancel the saving of the dealer identification if necessary. At the top border of the touch screen. please obtain this information from your local service provider.1. The GT1 reboots. "Diagnosis". 2-6 BMW Group Tester One. Working with the GT1 Version 2. "Measuring system" and "Coding/Program. Fig." are only enabled after the diagnostic programs have been loaded from the Program CD.

Its eject button is enabled.3. it can be assumed that the "GT1 Programs" CD is no longer in the DVD drive. "Deactivate CD" and "Change CD" buttons are disabled. Insert the "GT1 Programs" CD and close the DVD drive.Installing Software 2. The line is inverted and the "Activate CD" button is enabled. Press the "Activate CD" button. press the line "CD drive 1". Note If the drive CD 1 is shown as "not active". In the "CD drive allocation" window. the output "CD 1 active" and the title of the CD must be displayed in the in the "CD drive allocation" window. BMW Group Tester One. the "Activate CD".3 Installing Program CD Fig. 2-6 Preparing installation of the Program CD Check the "CD drive allocation" field. December 2003 2-7 . the eject button of the CD-drive is disabled. Working with the GT1 Version 2.1. If the "GT1 Programs" CD is already in the DVD drive. the "Activate CD" button is disabled. The title of the CD appears in the "CD drive allocation" window.

the operating unit issues a message that you can confirm with the "OK" button. This corresponds to the last five digits of your dealer number. it would produce an error message! 1. 2-7 Password entry Note Makes sure that you press the right button. December 2003 . however. When the installation is complete. Use the displayed virtual keypad to enter your password. The message disappears and the "Administration" window is displayed once again.3. 2. The window shown below appears: Fig. The installation of the diagnostic program now begins.4 Only or first Program CD In the "DIS" column.1.Installing Software 2. During this time. Working with the GT1 Version 2. Then confirm the input with the "OK" button. at this stage. you will see a window on the touch screen which gradually fills up with large "XXX". 2-8 BMW Group Tester One. The "TIS" column also contains a button of the same name. Confirm with "OK". This can take up to 40 minutes. A confirmation prompt now appears on the touch screen. 3. press the "Installation" button. allowing you to check once again whether the correct program CD has been inserted.

The line is inverted and the "Activate CD" button is enabled. The DVD drive is enabled. Press the "Activate CD" button.1. press the line "CD drive 1". The line is inverted and the "Deactivate CD" button is enabled.1. 1.5. Note The installation of a follow-up CD is handled as if you are performing a separate installation of a Program CD. 2. BMW Group Tester One. The text "not active" appears in the "CD drive allocation" window. Remove the CD labeled CD1 from the DVD drive and insert the CD labeled CD2. In the "CD drive allocation" window. The title of the CD appears in the "CD drive allocation" window. In the "CD drive allocation" window.Installing Software 2. Working with the GT1 Version 2. press the line "CD drive 1". Close the DVD drive. Press the "Deactivate CD" button. A window on the touch screen informs you that a follow-up CD has to be installed and you have to confirm this message with "OK". the follow-up CD for the Program CD (designation CD 2/2) must be inserted in accordance with the instructions on the touch screen. the "Activate CD" button is disabled. Proceed with the installation as described at 2.5 Follow-Up CD If you have received more than one Program CD. December 2003 2-9 . the eject button of the CD-drive is disabled.3.

6 Separate CIP CD From CD 30. It can take up to 2 hours. Fig. In the "CD drive allocation" window. the CIP CD is supplied as a separate CD. Be sure to observe the instructions for operation of the DVD drive (see "Components and Functions" manual). When the installation is complete. Working with the GT1 Version 2. 4.3. 2-10 BMW Group Tester One.1. the Technical Information System (TIS) is also available to you. Install the "TIS" CD as follows: 1. the operating unit issues a message that you can confirm with the "OK" button. A message appears asking you to insert a new CD. The "Deactivate CD" and "Change CD" buttons are enabled. 3. The eject button of the DVD drive is enabled. 2-8 Example: label separate Program CD CIP 2. The installation now runs automatically. In the "TIS" column. Press the "Change CD" button. 2. Confirm the prompt by pressing the "OK" button.Installing Software 2. press the line "CD drive 1". Remove the Program CD and insert the "TIS" CD in the DVD drive.4 Installing TIS In addition to the DIS base system and the DIS programs. The message disappears and the "Administration" window is displayed once again. December 2003 . press the "Installation" button. Install this in the same way as a program update CD by using the "Update" button. Now select installation on hard disk in the dialog that appears and confirm with "OK". It is supplied on a separate Installation CD.

The next step is to configure the network settings of the GT1. BMW Group Tester One.1. Press the "Deactivate CD" button. The line is inverted and the "Deactivate CD" and "Change CD" are enabled. December 2003 2-11 . The eject button of the DVD drive is enabled. conclude the operation as follows: 1.Installing Software Completing the installation When all the installations have been completed. In the "CD drive allocation" window. press the line "CD drive 1". Working with the GT1 Version 2. 3. Remove the CD from the DVD drive. 2.

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3-1 GT1 network technology 3. OPPS/OPS and DH in a network.Network Configuration 3 3. the OPPS or a network printer.1 Network Configuration Introduction The features of the Group Tester One measuring and diagnosis system include not only its mobility and wide variety of functions. GT1. it must be possible to uniquely identify the devices in the network. SSS. December 2003 3-1 . Fig.1. but also network capability. the diagnostic head. As expansions have meanwhile been introduced in several performance levels for the use of the diagnosis and programming systems DISPlus. Working with the GT1 Version 2. Please read through this information provided on the documentation CD in the description "Full Network Functionality" very carefully before you integrate the GT1 in the network or produce a connection to a DH/OPPS/OPS.g.2 GT1 Network Configuration In order to be able to use these possibilities and to guarantee communication of your GT1 with the various participants in the network. these functions and services are summarized in a separate set of documentation. e. providing a large number of communication options. BMW Group Tester One.

observe the current information on the Full Network Functionality included on the documentation CD as separate instructions. this is the control center.3 Connection Types. Working with the GT1 Version 2. In a manner of speaking.1. 3.4 Completion of Commissioning When you complete the commissioning of the GT1.: • • • • • • Diagnosis Measurement system Coding / Programming Administration TIS Help Details of the operating modes can be found in section 4.2. December 2003 . 3. observe the current information on the Full Network Functionality included on the documentation CD as separate instructions. • • • • • • LAN cable – direct connection (peer-to-peer) USB LAN cable – direct connection Radio direct connection LAN cable – connection via switch USB LAN cable – connection via switch LAN cable – radio connection via switch and access point Note During all configuration measures.e. From here.Network Configuration Note During all configuration measures. 3-2 BMW Group Tester One. Diagnostic Head – Operating Unit From CD 34 there are additional options for connecting the diagnostic head to the operating unit or the docking station. The start window is displayed again. press the "End" button in the "Services" bar and then the "Exit" button that appears.g. you can call up all the operating modes of the GT1.

Operation 4 Operation This chapter describes the general use of the operating unit and calling up the individual operating modes. Simple Operation 2 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 Fig.1 Display Elements The GT1 is operated via the touch screen. Working with the GT1 Version 2. December 2003 4-1 . 4. queries. Displays with information. A detailed description of the operating modes and their practical application can be found in the corresponding documentation. documents and buttons that trigger functions and actions appear on the touch screen.1. 4-1 Display elements of a window (example) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Title bar Button " Services" bar Workspace Selection bar Dialog box Scrollbar Navigation bar BMW Group Tester One.

to the right is the "Program selection". You can see from the color of the button whether it is enabled. the middle (and largest) section is the workspace where you can make selections or enter data. Button (2) Pressed button Non-pressed button You have pressed this button You can see this button on the or it is already enabled. On the right border of this line is the "Help" button (see Section 4. If it is dark and the screen surface appears concave (relief). touching the touch screen. but you have not soon as you are no longer pressed it. They display all the information and control functions. In each window. Workspace (4) 4-2 BMW Group Tester One. the desired command is run. Windows usually have the same structure: bars of buttons at the top and bottom borders for control in the individual operating modes. whose buttons you can use to call up the individual operating modes. Working with the GT1 Version 2. "Services" button (3) The "Services" bar contains a number of buttons which. when pressed. Note The content of the workspace illustrated in this manual is intended as an example and it is not necessarily identical to the content of your touch screen. it has been pressed and/or enabled. different buttons appear. each open up a pull-down menu containing other buttons. Smaller dialog boxes that contain special messages or prompts can be superimposed on the main window. December 2003 .Operation Window The graphic displays on the touch screen are referred to as windows or also masks. and you can use these to select the various functions. the start graphic (splash screen) appears instead of the workspace. Depending on the operating mode. As touch screen. Title bar (1) The title bar indicates which operating mode and in which window you are currently working. the display changes. The workspace comprises the largest section of the user interface. In the start window.1.7).

8. among others. it scrolls downwards again by one line. December 2003 4-3 . Here. You can also scroll the text line by line. The dialog window is closed. You terminate all operating modes and are returned to the start window. you must press a button in the dialog box to close it. the operating unit might be offering you the possibility to select a number of lines. the larger the amount of the document that has not yet been displayed.1. In most cases. The selected section of text is made bright. This consists of a slider and two arrows. can appear in dialog boxes: Button Cancel Exit OK Close Overview Table 4-1 Dialog box (6) Meaning You cancel an operation and are returned to the previous window or box. where you can select the desired text or operation. Buttons of the dialog box (selection) Help also appears in a dialog box. BMW Group Tester One. Scrollbar (7) If it is not possible for the entire text to be displayed in a window. the operating unit displays supplementary information. Note As long as a dialog box is open. You use "OK" to confirm the procedure or a dialog. Select all the lines you require. a scroll bar appears on its right side. This makes the desired text visible. the text moves one line upwards. the next window opens as soon as you let go of the touch screen. this is highlighted by a dark selection bar (inverted). operating options and error messages so that you are able to perform the next steps in the selected program. For operation of the online Help. press the "Next" button in the navigation bar. If you click on the "down arrow" ( ) button on the scrollbar. Working with the GT1 Version 2. you cannot press the buttons of the main window.Operation Selection bar (5) If you select a line in a field of the workspace. The smaller the slider. If this does not happen. if you click on the "up arrow" ( ). The length of the slider shows you whether a small or large document is involved. The following buttons. see Section 4. A dialog box is a small window that is superimposed on the main window. touch the slider and move it upwards or downwards. To be able to read the text. To then enter the next window. A selection list is displayed. First.

You can use the buttons in this bar to call up navigation functions. Wait until the cursor returns to the arrow shape. a pull-up menu appears with a list of the windows you worked in previously. The number actually displayed depends on the type of window and its current mode.1.Operation Navigation bar (8) The navigation bar is located in the lower section of the window. Move the cursor back to a position where an entry is possible. no other entry can be made. these are supplemented by other functions in the individual operating modes: Button Function You can use the "Back" button to cancel or terminate a function that is running or to return to the previous window. You can press the desired button so that the GT1 runs the corresponding command. Depending on the current function. Table 4-3 Shapes of the Cursor 4-4 BMW Group Tester One. it assumes the shape of an arrow again. The navigation bar contains the following basic functions. you cannot enter anything at this position on the touch screen. Note If the cursor assumes the shape of a "no entry sign". You use the "Next" button to accept the choice made and to move to the next window. If you press this button. The "hourglass" appears when the GT1 is processing your input. Working with the GT1 Version 2. December 2003 . Cursor Shape Function The "arrow" is the shape of the cursor you use to select functions or buttons. There. You can use the "Go to" button to return to windows you have already been through so that you can make new input there. Table 4-2 Some Functions of the Navigation Bar The cursor follows your input on the touch screen and always indicates the position you last pressed. it assumes various shapes. The navigation bar provides space for up to nine different buttons. During this display.

December 2003 4-5 . From one operating mode. BMW Group Tester One. 4. Working with the GT1 Version 2.3 Diagnosis First.Operation 4. The ignition lock must be in position 2 (ignition on). the "Services" button or the "Change" button to switch to other operating modes and return to the original operating mode.2 Changing Applications The individual operating modes are called up using the buttons on the right border of the start window. the following window is displayed: Fig. the system voltage must be at least 9 Volts. Troubleshooting on the basis of fault symptoms reported by the vehicle owner. If you now press the "Diagnosis" button in the start window. These can be used individually or combined and can be defined as follows: 1. you can normally use the buttons of the navigation bar. filtered and entered by you 3. ensure that there is a diagnosis connection to the vehicle. Troubleshooting on the basis of fault codes read out of control units 2. Troubleshooting on the basis of your own considerations (Expert mode) and choice of the suspicious component group. you can reach various strategies for troubleshooting. 4-2 Diagnosis Start (Example) In the "Diagnosis" operating mode.1.

Using the navigation bar. • • 4-6 BMW Group Tester One.Operation 4. multifunction cable 1) Measurement type (DC voltage. the measured extreme values are also displayed) System voltage/speed (as long as this button is pressed. 6-3). voltage or current) Measuring connection (e. You can set the following parameters manually: • • • • Measurement function (e. AC voltage) Measuring range (corresponding to the signal).g. The diagnostic cable must be connected to the vehicle). Working with the GT1 Version 2. other measurements are not displayed) Minimum/Maximum (as long as this button is pressed. The measured value is displayed as a numerical value with unit and as an analog bar. you can use the multimeter of the GT1 as a free measuring instrument. The following additional special functions are available if the corresponding button is enabled: • Freeze image (the measured value currently displayed is frozen on the touch screen. "Oscilloscope setting" and "Preset measurements". December 2003 .1. you can switch to the technical measuring functions "Counter".g. Fig.4 Measurement System If you press the "Measurement system" button in the start window. the "Multimeter" window is displayed as standard (Fig. the system voltage and speed are displayed. 4-3 Measurement System Multimeter Multimeter In the "Multimeter" window.

AC voltage) Measuring range (automatic or manual) Frequency range (time basis) Trigger edge (rising. With this button. Here. there are certain differences in the adaptation of the measuring cable for "preset measurements" of the GT1. you can "count" electrical signals in relation to time. measurement type and measuring range are set for these frequently used functions and cannot be changed. Pulse duty factor (ratio of pulses and the pause between two pulses). Preset Measurements The "Preset measurements" window offers you a choice in which a series of measurements of selected scope is defined (preset) for certain functions. BMW Group Tester One. measurement function. Working with the GT1 Version 2.g.Operation Counter In the "Counter" window. please use the help provided for the corresponding window.1. Oscilloscope In order to be able to cover the extent of the possible default settings conveniently. The measured value is displayed as a numerical value and as an analog bar. Note In comparison to the DISplus. there are two cursors. The labeling of the "Oscilloscope setting" button changes here to "Oscilloscope display". you can switch to the window of the same name and have the measured curve displayed there if you have made the following settings for channel A as required: • • • • • Measuring connection (channel A) Measurement type (DC. December 2003 4-7 . you can set the parameters to be used to display the recorded signals graphically as signal curves. multifunction cable 1) Measurement type (DC voltage. measuring connection. If relevant. AC voltage) Measuring range (corresponding to the signal). falling) To measure the signals. the navigation bar first takes you to the "Oscilloscope setting" window. Measuring instrument. The following measured values can be counted: • • • • Frequency (periods per second in Hz) Period duration (duration of a repeating signal sequence) Pulse duration (duration of a pulse from a signal sequence). Please follow the instructions precisely in each case. You can set the following parameters manually: • • • Measuring connection (e.

5 Coding/Programming The GT1 can be used to code and recode control units. 4-4 Coding/Programming SELECTION Select a function in the menu that appears. The window shown below appears: Fig. Follow the instructions that are then displayed precisely. The coding program is called up in the start window using the "Coding/ Programming" button.Operation 4. December 2003 . Working with the GT1 Version 2.1. "OK" or "Next". and confirm execution with the buttons "Yes". 4-8 BMW Group Tester One.

4-5 Administration mask Select a function. BMW Group Tester One. and confirm execution with the buttons "Yes". Note The administration mask has changed with the introduction of the full network functionality.Operation 4. December 2003 4-9 .1. Please read the documentation "Full Network Functionality" for information on the expansion. you can adapt its settings to your needs. Fig. Here. e. This offers you all the available functions in the form of other buttons. "OK" or "Next" or cancel the operation. Follow the instructions that are then displayed precisely. You open the Administration using the button of the same name in the start window and reach the window shown below. network configuration or setting the date and time. The functions made available to you by Administration depend on the extent of the installed software. connection setup via diagnostic head. Working with the GT1 Version 2.g.6 Administration The "Administration" operating mode is used for internal administration of the GT1.

4. 4-6 Start window for TIS You can open the TIS from other operating modes by pressing the "Change" button in the navigation bar and then the "TIS" button. It is always located in the top right of the touch screen. the GT1 remains in the "Help" function. Press it if you need information on the function of a window or button.7 Technical Information System (TIS) You reach the Technical Information System by pressing the "TIS" button in the DIS start window. Starting Help The "Help" button appears in every window of the GT1. As long as the "Help" button appears as enabled. The window shown below appears: Fig. You cannot change any setting or selection there. 4-10 BMW Group Tester One. the operating unit displays the Help text that explains the function of the selected screen element. December 2003 . You can use the "Back" button to return from there to the original application. The online "Help" is not a substitute for the Operating Manual. Working with the GT1 Version 2.8 Help You can use the "Help" function to call up context-related or general instructions and explanations of functions.1. If you press a button on the touch screen surface.Operation 4. but it can provide assistance in workshop use if there is uncertainty regarding the operation of windows and buttons without your having to consult the Operating Manual.

the "Help Contents" dialog appears. December 2003 4-11 .1. Working with the GT1 Version 2. This provides a list with one or more topics for which brief information is available (see Fig. Help is activated the button is pressed Help is not activated Help Contents When the "Help" function is started. You can move the bar on the touch screen to any list entry. BMW Group Tester One.Operation You exit from the "Help" function by pressing the pressed "Help" button a second time. 4-7 Help Contents A selection bar indicates your currently selected topic. Fig. 6-7). the corresponding topic is opened as soon as you let go of the touch screen.

pull the locking sleeve of the connector upwards and simultaneously pull the connector from the socket. In doing so. Red guide dots Fig. it can be damaged otherwise. 4-12 BMW Group Tester One.Operation 4. The connectors have no thread. December 2003 .9 Measuring Cable Connect the connector plug of the relevant measuring cable to the Base measurement system/vehicle electrical system socket.1. MFK1 as an Example Caution When disconnecting. violent twisting can lead to damage. ensure that the red guide points on the connector and socket are facing one another. To disconnect a connector plug from the testing device. only grip the plug-in connections at the connector housing. Never pull the cable directly. Working with the GT1 Version 2. 4-8 Correct Handling of a Measuring Cable.

the GT1 is shut down in one of two ways.11 Switching Off To terminate your work with the GT1. 2 minutes and ends with the touch screen and LED 1 going out. 4-9 "Services" Bar with Display of the Charge Status (Arrow) 4.10 Battery The integrated battery enables mobile operation of the operating unit for up to 2.1. Depending on how long the button is pressed.11. representing the charge of the battery.5 hours. The shutdown procedure takes approx. It goes out when the battery is fully charged. Note The information in the line with the battery indicator has changed as part of the introduction of the network full functionality. Please read the documentation "Full Network Functionality". you can see an arrow pointing downwards bearing the following text: System is coming down. 2 seconds) press the on/off switch until an acoustic signal sounds. provided it is connected to an external power supply. Fig. Note A window with the following message appears on the touch screen: Confirm with OK of you want to switch off or Cancel if not. Information in its charge condition can be called up in almost every window.Operation 4. December 2003 4-13 . 4. Switching off the GT1 does not interrupt the battery charging process. Working with the GT1 Version 2.1 Shutting Down the System Briefly (approx. The "Services" bar contains an analog display on the right. BMW Group Tester One. The LED "Battery" also lights up when the operating unit is switched off. press the on/off switch. This window disappears after a short period if you make no entry. During this period.

Operation 4.1. the prompt "Do you really want to switch off the tester?" appears if the system can still output this message despite the fault situation which has occurred. Caution A forced switch-off is necessary after a new installation of the Base CD in accordance with Section 2. To do so.11. Working with the GT1 Version 2. Note In the case of forced switch-off as well. press the on/off switch for longer than 5 seconds. Only use it in emergencies when a proper shutdown is not possible. you can terminate your work on the GT1 using the forced switch-off and then restart.2 Forced Switch-off If a fault occurs during operation. 4-14 BMW Group Tester One. The current to the operating unit is cut off. and this means that the operating modes can no longer be operated correctly. December 2003 . as otherwise there could be a danger that the installed software becomes inconsistent and has to be newly installed.

please consult the instructions in this chapter before contacting the Customer Service responsible. 5.Troubleshooting 5 Troubleshooting The GT1 is a product of SIEMENS. (aggressive) moisture. the GT1 automatically runs a self-test. Carefully selected components and maintenance of numerous quality controls guarantee high resistance of the GT1. then send a Fault Report Fax following clarification by phone with the SIEMENS Hotline. • Please attempt to determine the fault and localize it as precisely as possible.1. grease. soot. Working with the GT1 Version 2. The telephone number of the Hotline responsible for you is contained in the documentation "SERVICE ADDRESSES".6). transformers. Note This self-test is not identical to the self-test that can be called up in the "Administration" operating mode (see section 4. you can prepare a Fault Report Fax. contact the SIEMENS Hotline by phone. vibration. The fax number is also contained in the documentation "SERVICE ADDRESSES". Faults that can occur on the GT1 can be divided into the following groups: • Faults caused by environmental influences: ambient temperature. mains supply. diagnostic head. cables and other accessories such as keyboard. If you receive error messages after this self-test. dust. flying sparks. Follow the suggested solutions provided and perform all the recommended measures if possible. It is ready for operation when the start window is displayed and operation via the touch screen is possible. Faults on the GT1: control panel.1 Faults: Symptoms/Causes Self-test After switching on. BMW Group Tester One. large electric motors. December 2003 5-1 . In cases where practical. docking station. radio-control systems. Should a fault occur in spite of this. It was inspected before it left the factory.1 5. Note If the fault which has occurred cannot be rectified with the measures described.1.

See also If no faults can be determined. Insert the power supply plug correctly. the docking contact. with the operating unit Power supply of the docked. December 2003 . Internal temperature monitoring has been activated. undock and then re-dock the operating unit two or three times. the hourglass no longer changes back to the cursor arrow. Switching on the operating unit again. the LED "Oper. send a Fault Report Fax. Working with the GT1 Version 2. Check the spring contacts for soiling or Operating unit is not supplied with power via foreign bodies. as the voltage is only applied with the docking action by means of a proximity switch. rupted. Check whether there is power supply voltage. 5-2 BMW Group Tester One. the system can only be powered up after approx.2 Control Panel Symptom Possible Causes Remedy If "normal" switching off is not possible. Internal error The system "crashes". Switching on the operating unit again.Troubleshooting 5. no operation possible. send a Fault Report Fax. To set up a correct connection. Take the operating unit to a cool room and allow it to cool down adequately. After complete discharge and docking at the docking station. If the LED "Battery" flashes yellow without the presence of a high ambient temperature. 5 seconds) to switch the operating unit off and on again. the system does not power up Deep discharge of the battery After a deep discharge and docking at the docking station. LED "Temperature" lights up red.1. System does not power Internal run error up completely. operating unit does not start. Take the operating unit to a cool room and allow it to cool down adequately. 3 minutes. LED "Battery" flashes yellow on startup for 10 seconds.docking station interation" lights up orange. After self-shutdown of the operating unit. reinstallation of the Base CD is necessary. there is still excess temperature. Switch the operating unit off (press the on/ off switch for 5 seconds = forced switchoff) and on again. Note The voltage supply of the operating unit cannot be measured at the open docking contact. If the system still hangs. If this fault occurs repeatedly.1. If the LED "Temperature" lights up without the presence of a high ambient temperature. gets 'stuck' with an error message. send a Fault Report Fax. use a forced switch-off (press the on/off switch for approx. operating unit switches itself off. send a Fault Report Fax.

11.1. no error message by means of LED. the operating system can be destroyed and require a new installation! The only proper way to shut down the GT1 is by pressing the on/off switch for approx.Troubleshooting Caution The forced switch-off may only be used in the case of special faults. Individual pixels of the wrong color are tolerable. If you glance sideways at the touch screen. The cursor arrow is not located beneath the point of touch (touch offset). Otherwise. enter the password and follow the instructions that are displayed. 2 seconds (see section 4.1.1). Send a Fault Report Fax. send a Fault Report Fax. you can detect vague characters. If the fault persists or occurs more frequently. 5. The cursor does not react (does not follow finger contact).3 Touch Screen Symptom Possible Causes Touch controller defective or system 'crashed'. Backlighting failure. Important! Only use your finger or the supplied touch-pen to operate the touch screen! BMW Group Tester One. December 2003 5-3 . send a Fault Report Fax. send a Fault Report Fax. The screen image reappears when the touch screen is touched. Remedy Switch the operating unit off (press the on/off switch for 5 seconds = forced switch-off) and on again. Touch screen in the energy-saving mode. Wrong color of pixels Individual transistors defective. No fault. If entire screen lines or columns are the wrong color. Working with the GT1 Version 2. The touch screen remains dark. press the "Calibrate touch screen" button. Touch controller incorrectly set. The touch controller must be calibrated: in the "Administration" window. If this does not eliminate the deviation.

LED "Battery" lights up alone and yellow. yellow. Battery mode does not work (LED "Battery" is dark). LED "Operation" flashes No power supply. Charge the battery by docking at the docking station. in the masks is dark). replace it in accordance with the "Components and Functions" manual.4 Plug-in Connections Symptom Possible Causes Remedy Use the size 2 adapter. If it can no longer be charged. Plug-in connections of Cable connection via LAN adapter defective.5 Battery Symptom Possible Causes Remedy Charge the battery by docking at the docking station (FP).. There must be 12 Volts between the red and black battery cable. LED "Operation" on. Operating unit switched No fault. LED "Operation" flashes Battery is too weak. battery power supply. orange (battery symbol battery charge is too low. current clip do not fit in the socket. lights up green. Message: Warning: Low power.. 50 A current clip cannot Connectors of the be connected. Check that the plug-in connections are correctly seated and undamaged. LED "Battery" lights up Operating unit switched No fault. battery is charged. Important! Never use force to insert connectors. LED "Operation" lights up alone and green. power supply Battery being charged. power supply.1. power supply. on. Working with the GT1 Version 2. Battery defective. device does not power up in battery mode. This is the only way you can establish a connection! 5. on.1.1. Remove the battery in accordance with the "Components and Functions" manual and check the battery voltage. December 2003 . battery being charged. LAN interface to diagnostic head interrupted... The connectors of the measuring and diagnostic cables are marked with a red point that must be facing a corresponding point on the relevant socket.Troubleshooting 5. off. Check whether the plug-in connection has been set up via the LAN operating unit adapter (uncrossed) and the LAN operating unit adapter (crossed). 5-4 BMW Group Tester One. orange. LED "Operation" lights up alone and orange. Operating unit switched No fault.. Operating unit switched No fault.

operating unit undocked.Network configuration" window. If this does not occur. operat.cable of the printer in the operating unit. Check that the connection is correctly ing unit undocked. press the "Self-test" button and in the menu that appears select the "Print test .individual test" function.1. December 2003 5-5 . The printer should print a page with the heading "PS". check whether the correct IP address of the printer is entered in the "Administration .6 Printer Symptom Possible Causes Remedy Local printer does not print.Troubleshooting 5. Network printer connected to docking station via LAN cable.individual test" function. seated. Network printer does not print. Working with the GT1 Version 2.1. The printer should print a page with the heading "PS". Printer defective. Dock the operating unit. In the "Administration" window.2). Break the cable connection to the diagnostic head and establish a connection to the network printer (see section 3. In the "Administration" window. check the cable connection to the printer. Cable connection to diagnostic head established. BMW Group Tester One. If this does not occur. Dock the operating unit or insert the USB Printer connected to docking station. press the "Self-test" button and in the menu that appears select the "Print test . Printer defective.

Carefully clean the contacts at the docking station with a lint-free cloth. Docking contacts soiled. Power supply unit defective. Foreign body prevents perfect contact of the plug-in contacts. Send a Fault Report Fax.1. Remedy Insert the power supply plug. LED "Battery" does not light up orange when switched off. No fault. December 2003 . Send a Fault Report Fax. No power supply of the operating unit (LED "Operation" does not light up green on docking when switched on). Docking contacts soiled. 5-6 BMW Group Tester One.7 Docking Station Symptom Possible Causes No power supply or power supply plug disconnected.1.Troubleshooting 5. Remove the foreign body. Send a Fault Report Fax. Send a Fault Report Fax. Battery is fully charged. Working with the GT1 Version 2. Proximity switch is defective. Send a Fault Report Fax. Carefully clean the contacts at the docking station with a lint-free cloth. does not switch the voltage through. LED defective. Power supply unit defective. Press the on/off switch. LED defective.

7-1).8 Diagnostic Head Symptom Possible Causes Remedy First check the plug-in contact of the diagnostic cable BMW or OBD and its connection with the vehicle. there is correct data communication. if necessary also of the operating unit. LED 3 flashing red. high. tem. Perform a reinstallation. No connection possible No power supply of the diagnostic head via (LED 1 on diagnostic vehicle electrical syshead is dark).g. If no connection can be established with this either. Disrupting influence due to excessively large distance to vehicle. If this does not remedy the fault. the card in the first diagnostic head is defective. Diagnostic head software faulty. change the connection type. send a Fault Report Fax. "Recorder" button on the back lights up green. If no connection can be set up. General fault in the diagnostic head. send a Fault Report Fax. use the second diagnostic head to check the radio link. Switch the ignition on. If the yellow LED is flashing rapidly. If the LED still does not light up. the card in the operating unit might be defective. Working with the GT1 Version 2. This button has no function at this time. a screwdriver.1. Network configuration" window. also due to exterior radio sources or absorption. If you discover that the LEDs are in any other state. you can see a green and a yellow LED on the radio board. Check the correct connection of the cables at the diagnostic head. head. Change the location of the diagnostic head. If the connection can be established. the radio board is OK. Connection to the diagnostic head not possible or faulty (LED 2 flashes yellow). If the green LED is on. to lever the cover off the radio card slot in the left handle of the operating unit (see Fig. Send a Fault Report Fax. to check the radio link. Radio card in the If possible.Troubleshooting 5. Diagnostic head allocation " window). e. If possible. no diagnostic head is recognized (see "Administration. send a Fault Report Fax. Break the the diagnostic head too connection and allow the diagnostic head to cool adequately before you use it again. Interior temperature of Terminate the diagnosis. in the case of radio link. LED 1 flashing rapidly. Send a Fault Report Fax. Only during the launch. No fault. use the second diagnostic head operating unit defective.1. The diagnostic head cannot be connected. BMW Group Tester One. Incorrect IP address on Check the IP address in the "Administrachanging the diagnostic tion. If you use a suitable tool. Radio card in the diagnostic head defective. December 2003 5-7 .

5-1 PCMCIA interface (radio card slot) with opened cover 5. No measurements possible with MFK 1. run a self-test of the MFK 1. Check whether the transmit and receive windows of the infrared connection are covered. Change the distance between the devices. send a Fault Report Fax. Working with the GT1 Version 2.1.Troubleshooting Fig. In the event of an error message regarding the measurement system or measuring cable.9 Accessories Symptom Possible Causes Measuring head defective. If no connection can be set up. No input possible using the optical keyboard. Remedy In "Administration". No IR connection possible or batteries discharged. In "Administration". No measurements possible with MFK 2. run a self-test of the MFK 2. December 2003 . In the event of an error message regarding the measurement system or measuring cable. Measuring head defective. 5-8 BMW Group Tester One.1. Replace the batteries of the optical keyboard. send a Fault Report Fax. send a Fault Report Fax.

December 2003 5-9 .894 "Connect the measuring cable MFK1" Fault code 500. e.1. In many cases. a plain text describes the fault or how to remedy it.g. measurement system faults are displayed.871 "Connect the measuring cable current clip". Example: If the MFK 1 or the current clip are not connected when the measurement system is switched on.Troubleshooting 5. and these can have a variety of causes. separated by a period.: Fault code 500. the last three positions give a precise indication of the fault. Most fault or error messages are supplemented by a fault message text indicating possible incorrect operation. Codes 000 100 200 300 400 500 800 900 Table 5-1 Fault Group System error from UNIX operating system Fault in the measurement system. These fault codes are stored in so-called code volumes: the first three positions indicate the type of fault. Working with the GT1 Version 2. internal Fault in the EDIC application Fault in the system technology Fault in the TOROS application Fault in the measurement system application Run error Internal error Fault codes BMW Group Tester One.2 Fault Codes Faults can occur when you are working with the GT1.

Working with the GT1 Version 2. December 2003 .Troubleshooting 5-10 BMW Group Tester One.1.

1 Forms and Addresses Online Registration If you have access to the Internet. the simplest way to register your GT1 is online. December 2003 6-1 . On the "Online Registration" page. File the pages faxed to the Customer Service.Forms and Addresses 6 6. Start your Web browser and enter the address www. select the "Online Registration" menu item. enter the identification "GT1" in the first field and the four-digit system number of your GT1 (see "Components and Functions" manual) in the second field. This concludes the registration procedure.de/sidis.siemens. On the next page. select the "For users" menu item. In the "GT1 Online Registration" form that is now set up. In the left menu bar.2 Forms for Registration / Fault Reports The "Registration" and "Fault Report" forms are located on the documentation CD under "SERVICE ADDRESSES". In the top menu bar. The Siemens SIDIS homepage appears. 1. 2. 5.1. Press the "Send" button. You receive a note to the effect that the data have been sent successfully. 3. 6. Clicking the "Service" menu item in the left menu bar sets up a new page. BMW Group Tester One. choose between the languages "German" and "English". Break the online connection and close your browser. enter the required data. Working with the GT1 Version 2. 6. 7. Select the "Send" button. Use copies of these forms. Mandatory fields where you must make an entry are indicated by an asterisk. 4. 8. 9.

This documentation also contains the "Registration" and "Fault Report" forms. please contact the SIEMENS office in Germany.Forms and Addresses 6. 6-2 BMW Group Tester One.1. The current service addresses of the SIEMENS Hotline are provided on the documentation CD under "SERVICE ADDRESSES". Note Please only report a hardware or software fault to one of the responsible SIEMENS Hotlines. If no center is specified as responsible for your country. Working with the GT1 Version 2.3 Service Addresses The address list with the SERVICE ADDRESSES is continually corrected and updated. December 2003 .

mouse. Compact Disk . Occasionally. Connecting socket for the the diagnostic head. Monitor that has a touch-sensitive surface. Selection. "Measurement System".1 Terms and Abbreviations Definitions Term System Alpha-numeric keypad Selection Bar Services Explanation The software installed in the control panel. Optical highlighting of a selected line in a list by means of a dark (inverted) bar. Each of the applications of the control panel that can be started from the start window: "Diagnosis". Paper printout of the screen contents ( etc. that can only be read. Working with the GT1 Version 2.g.Read Only Memory: a data medium. Each operating mode is divided into a number of individual functions. The touch screen replaces externally connected input devices such as keyboard. etc. window Touch-screen (sensitive user interface) Operating Mode Screen dump (hardcopy) Button CD-ROM A button located in a window which changes from unpressed to pressed and starts a function. assembly groups or components. the result of the processes is also termed "diagnosis". up to and including locating of a defective component of a Can take place by calling up expert knowledge from the software data or directly through expert knowledge on the part of the user. December 2003 7-1 . "Communication": Designation of the serial interface. Keypad that can be used to enter numbers and letters. externally similar to a music CD. window Functions in the top section of the switch from the current display into other functions or operating modes or to close them. not written. deselect Diagnosis Diagnosis connection Diagnostic Cable Connecting cable between vehicle and diagnostic head. a button).Terms and Abbreviations 7 7. diagnostic cable on COM Deselection.). BMW Group Tester One. Canceling a choice of program function or list entry. The corresponding hardware and software reacts to contact by objects such as a finger or a touchpen.1. detects the touched position and starts up the function linked to it (e. The entire process of allocation between fault patterns and possible defective functions. "Administration" etc.

actuators and wiring.255. A usual setting is "255. Interface IEEE 1394 for serial data transmission with high speed. Network mask. Explanation Digital Versatile Disk: data storage medium simCD-ROM. assembly groups or components. "Local" in this sense refers to a shared location. whereby the last "0" specifies that the fourth segment indicates the station. buttons. Fault symptom Windows Firewire Function IP Address Internet Protocol Address: Each station in a TCP/IP network uses a unique IP address. The overall effects ( fault symptom) of a malfunction of vehicle functions.1. assemblies and components. Screen display with defined layout in different graphical elements such as fields. etc.0".255. Vehicle system Fault pattern A control unit known by name. known symptoms are stored with allocations to suspicious functions. A describable effect of a malfunction of vehicle functions. Keypad that can be used to enter numbers but no texts. the tester switches the display off to save power. LAN Local Area Network: In contrast to a WAN (Wide Navigation Bar Functions in the lower section of the window to switch from the current display into other functions. The four segments (quads) are separated by periods. for example company premises or a single room. assembly groups or components. Working with the GT1 Version 2. December 2003 . briefly touch any point on the touch screen. but different station IDs. All stations of a workshop network have the same network ID. The network mask (frequently also termed subnet mask) determines which segments of an IP address determine the network and which segments the station. Individual functions are usually selected from a list displayed on the monitor.Terms and Abbreviations Term DVD ilar to a density. The system continues to run. This consists of four byte values that can be set in the range from 0 . Every operation that the control panel can run in its various operating modes. To switch on the screen display again. but with greater information Energy-saving mode Advanced Power Management (APM): If the (standby mode) touch screen is not touched for 10 minutes. Network mask Numeric keypad 7-2 BMW Group Tester One. scrollbars.255. Area Network). In the software data of the vehicle diagnosis system. The symptoms together produce the fault pattern. including the corresponding sensors. Diagnosis. this connects workstations and networks in more than one region.

It can be changed at any time . Selection. Picture of a vehicle that appears in the window. Selection menu that the operating unit brings onto the screen when certain buttons in the navigation bar are operated.Terms and Abbreviations Term Pull-down menu Explanation Selection menu that the operating unit brings onto the screen when certain buttons in the "Services" line are operated. Selection of an element from a list.1. an external floppy disk drive. Preselection Table 7-1 Terms and Explanations BMW Group Tester One. The suggestion of the control panel to start one of several functions from the current window. The control panel can offer alpha-numeric or also numeric keypads. A choice of its four operating modes can be started here. can be operated. Vehicle system Other designation for network mask. Virtual keyboard The graphical image of a keyboard on the touch screen. Working with the GT1 Version 2. start Pull-up menu Selection. select Start window Start graphic Control Unit Subnet mask USB Electronic device for controlling and monitoring vehicle functions. The preselection is shown on the screen by the selection bar. Universal Serial Bus: Standard interface across which the peripheral devices.g. The representation shown on the screen by the control panel after powering up. Deselection. e. December 2003 7-3 . The selected element is highlighted on the screen by a selection bar. Preselection. The individual buttons can be activated by finger pressure in the same way as with a real keyboard. Can be recognized by the start graphic.

December 2003 .1. Working with the GT1 Version 2.2 List of Abbreviations Abbreviation APM BMW AG CD COM DIS DVD GT1 IP Address IR LAN LED MFK OBD PCMCIA CU SIDIS TCP/IP TD TIS USB VGA Table 7-2 Explanation Advanced Power Management Bayerische Motoren Werke AG Compact Disk Communication Diagnosis and Information System Digital Versatile Disk Group Tester One Internet Protocol Address Infrared Local Area Network Light Emitting Diode Multifunction Cable On-Board Diagnostics Personal Computer Memory Card International Association Control Unit Siemens Diagnosis and Information System Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol Transistorized speed sensor signal Technical Information System Universal Serial Bus Video Graphic Adapter Abbreviations 7-4 BMW Group Tester One.Terms and Abbreviations 7.

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