How to Perform Active Test + Special Functions with Autel MaxiSys MS908S Pro

Based on the revolutionary Android multitasking operating system, Autel MaxiSys MS908S Pro Diagnostic Platform  can be viewed as an ideal tool for a truly trouble-free diagnosis of a maintenance plant by quickly, efficiently and effectively diagnosing automotive faults, managing customer data, and standardizing business processes.
Check today’s learning tech instruction as below. You’ll learn what you need for the exact operation steps of the important vehicle tests.

Two Parts of Operation Instruction:
PART ONE: Active Test
The Active Test function is used to access vehicle-specific subsystem and component
tests. Available test vary by manufacturer, year, and model, and only the available tests display in the menu.

During an active test, the tester outputs commands to the ECU in order to drive the
actuators. This test determines the integrity of the system or parts by reading ECU data, or by monitoring the operation of the actuators, such as switching a solenoid, relay, or switch, between two operating states.

Selecting Active Test opens a menu of test options that varies by make and model.
Selecting a menu option activates the test. Follow all screen instructions while
performing tests. How and what information is presented on the screen varies
according to the type of test being performed. Some toggle and variable control tests
display Active Test Controls at the top of the screen with data stream information below, or vice versa.

The functional buttons at the lower right corner of the Active Test screen manipulate the test signals. The operational instructions are displayed on the main section of the test screen. Simply follow the on-screen instructions and make appropriate selections to complete the tests. Each time when an operation is successfully executed, message such as “Command Finished”, “Activation Successful”, or something similar displays.
Tap the ESC functional button to exit the test when finished

Very well. The active test operation will be successfully finished after following the steps accordingly.
Let’s see the next operation.

PART TWO: Special Functions
These functions perform various component adaptations, allowing you to recalibrate or configure certain components after making repairs or replacement.
The main section of the Adaptation Operation screen displays a list of operational and vehicle status information, which mainly consists of four parts:
<1>The first part in the top line shows the description of the operation being performed, and the execution status is displayed on the right, such as Completed, or Activated, etc.
<2>The second part shows the preconditions or requirements for executing the operation being selected.
<3>The third part displays the current conditions of the vehicle control module being
learned for comparison to the preconditions suggested by the second part. If the current condition of the control module is out of the suggested limit value, you must adjust the vehicle condition to meet the requirement.
<4>The last part displays the instruction of how to use the functional button at the lower right corner of the screen to manipulate the teach-in operations.


Read the information carefully and check the vehicle condition accordingly, when you
are sure that the vehicle is ready to perform the adaptation, simply follow the instruction provided to make appropriate selections. When the operation is done, an execution status message such as Completed, Finished or Successful, displays.
Tap the ESC button to exit the function.

Job is done! Hope this instruction will offer some help.
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