• DIAGNOSTIC CASE: HOW TO USE IT TO DETECT AUTO FAILURES?

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    Car manufacturers, of all brands (Renault, Peugeot, Ford, Citroën, Opel etc ...), are integrating more and more electronic components in the car models they offer. Thus, it becomes difficult to be able to diagnose an anomaly on his vehicle without having recourse to the famous diagnostic case of the mechanics. Capable of detecting any car failure, it can pinpoint the source of the problem. Today, many models of car diagnostic devices are spreading on the market. It is now possible for any lambda motorist, to get one of its car diagnostic bags and interpret alone, the anomalies that affect his car.

     

    Which model of car diagnostic case to choose?

     

    The multi-brand diagnostic case
    They are numerous on the market, with different brands and capacities, from the simplest to the most advanced. The universal housings adapt to all types of vehicles, whatever their model and their brand. The basic housings have a black and white screen and a system of right / left keys, up / down ... The more modern automotive diagnostic cases have more advanced features.

     

    The interface and the diag auto software

     

    Just like suitcases, there are many software and diag auto interfaces on sale. For convenience, you will be able to purchase the interface and the auto diagnostic software at the same time . The different models grant the same benefits. When choosing yours, pay attention to the compatibility with your vehicle and the language of your software. With regard to the boxes bought in China, be vigilant with the language and the quality of the box. Generally in English, you may encounter difficulties in finding and diagnosing a car failure if you do not master the language of Shakespeare, in this case choose a French software.

     

    How do these tools work?


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    You notice a light on your dashboard? It's time to use your diagnostic case .
    Suitcases : connect your device to the diag socket (OBD socket) of your car. It must be inside your car, not far from the driving position. Turn on the device and start your vehicle. The analysis then begins, within minutes, your device detects the fault and displays the fault code (or error code).

     

    Software : connect the diagnostic interface to the best OBD II scanner diagnostic socket of your vehicle by connecting it to a PC or smartphone. Launch your application then turn on the ignition of your vehicle. You can now start analyzing your car failure with the OBD software. The software will give you detailed explanations of your failure and allow you to clear the fault and the engine light.

     

    Save money by using your suitcase

     

    By equipping you with an automotive diagnostic tool , you are assured of savings on the maintenance of your vehicle. With the use of an auto diagnostic device you are now instantly notified of the nature of the fault . Thus, if it is small interventions such as the change of the cabin filter, the replacement of your battery or the change of candles, you can proceed to the repairs yourself. By performing the repairs yourself instead of using a garage, it is possible to earn up to several hundred euros .

    If you are not at all DIY or for the most important breakdowns, all you have to do is go to a car garage that will diagnose your car and repair the fault detected safely. You are probably wondering where is the utility of having a diag bag if you are not a handyman and whatever the failure you can not remedy without a professional. Having knowledge of the nature of the breakdown, the garage will not be able to invent you faults, you will know exactly where the problem is located ( defects on the flowmeter , defects on the lambda probe, EGR valve, particulate filter or FAP, glow plugs etc ...). Thus, finished the invoices to exorbitant amounts.

     

    What is the price of these devices?


    The price range of the diagnostic cases is very variable. The devices and interfaces of entry of range, sold without software, are from 15 €. There are also OBD2 diagnostics boxes more complete and more advanced to 60-120 €. Finally, high-end devices are more than 1000 € or several thousand euros for some. There are no secrets, more devices are expensive and more features are comprehensive. However, to have a self-powered diag bag , it is not necessary to pay the high price, the mid-range devices are quite powerful. Also, choose your box according to your needs, especially if it is intended for frequent or exceptional use.

  • Why are we driving?

    Silly question some say: we use the car because it's fast, convenient, comfortable, indispensable or mandatory, depending on the case and the point of view. Except that all this says nothing about the root causes that, more often, one does not even wonder about the fact of using the automobile.

     

    Initially, there was nothing. Or rather, there was no car. People walked, cycled or used the horse as a means of transportation. Until the day when a malicious genius has the idea of ​​inventing a machine that allows you to move without muscle strength. What progress! The human being will now be freed from the obligation to use his muscles, which is not without posing in passing some problems for the long-term muscle development of humans. Fortunately, we will quickly invent the sport and in particular the sports halls, to be able to continue to develop the muscles that we developed previously just because of autogenous displacement.

    Like any novelty, the automobile remains initially confined to a small circle of privileged rich. Sometimes, there is even a man running in front of the car to warn passersby of his arrival and especially to warn them of the probable danger that lies in wait for them. The amused and curious pedestrians look at this machine with circumspection, incredulous before the poor motor skills of such a machine, yet massive and already polluting.

     

    Over time, smarter manufacturers than others perfect the machine and endow it with a speed that finally exceeds that of the pedestrian. This is still very expensive, but it becomes possible, when you are rich, to draw the road at a reasonable speed, sitting comfortably on a padded seat.

    Gear often breaks down and the roads are not really roads yet, but these privileged rich have no doubt the impression of participating in a considerable advance of civilization.

     

    Then, industrials even smarter than the previous ones decide to standardize the production of the cars. From the moment when one masters almost the whole of the production scheme, as much rationalize the production in order to increase the productivity and thus the profits. It was then that an even smarter industrialist than all the clever industrialists, known as Henry Ford, had the idea of ​​further rationalizing production in order to further reduce production costs. without increasing excessively its profits. Suddenly, it became possible to lower the unit cost of a car to a level allowing any worker, especially the worker building the car, to acquire a car himself.

     

    Honestly , it's a little since then that things are gone in lollipop. From an elite luxury craft industry, automobile production was becoming mass-produced, such as toothbrushes or socks. The problem is that, unlike toothbrushes or socks, the car weighs more than a ton, consisting mainly of metals and plastics which themselves have required several tens of tons of raw materials to reach to the final product.

     

    If the car we buy lasts a life, it could possibly be considered. However, very quickly, it became necessary for manufacturers to sell more cars. Because, after significant investments in production lines and with the payment of workers' wages, it becomes imperative to continue to produce ever more cars. As people die every 60 years or so, opportunities could be saturated very quickly if the car produced could last a lifetime.

     

    At this stage, the clever industrialists have racked their throat and realized that we had to find a way to force the motorist to change cars often on pain of losing their industry and their profits. They then invented a new concept they called "marketing" and whose sole purpose is to persuade consumers that it was imperative to change cars often.

    Already, they asked their engineers to build models that did not last too long and whose mechanics fell to dust after a few years. Then, they multiplied the shapes and colors of the vehicles to create a whole seyante range of cars within a skilfully studied hierarchy, from the rotten car of exploited worker until the sexy car of exploiting boss. Finally, they have added a pinch of advertising to give consumers all the benefits of having the latest car model that will stand out from that of his neighbor. In fact, they even had their hands a little heavy on the pinch of advertising, and we can speak in fact of a good ladle of advertising spices.

    The result is that everyone started to change cars regularly, for a yes or a name, without really knowing why, except that we have to change because the neighbor does the same. .

     

    Moreover, the time when only a few wealthy barons used the car on dented roads was well and truly over. With the massification of the automobile, tarred road networks were needed to accommodate all these cars.

    However, this is very expensive and the clever industry already used their profits to pay their shareholders. So they convinced the politicians of the time of the need to use public money massively to build countless tarmac roads designed to run these private cars. Of course, we had to pay a few bribes, but the best argument for road construction was military in nature: with paved roads, the army could quickly move men and equipment to the combat zones. Thanks to the roads and the car, the war was finally entering the era of progress, in the last two world wars.

     

    Unfortunately, despite all the efforts of the clever industrialists to drive us, a large part of the people continued to use the many and efficient public transport, especially the countless lines of trains in the country and streetcars in the cities. Public transport has allowed the development of dense urban planning along the networks and in particular near railway stations, stations or tram stops. People did not feel all the irrepressible desire to buy a car when most of their destinations were accessible by public transport, and for the rest there was walking and cycling.

     

    Strangely, with the arrival of the automobile, public transport rail networks began to be abandoned by public investments. On the one hand, it was already necessary to provide considerable sums to tar the roads for cars. On the other hand, the malignant industrialists proposed to the politicians to manufacture big cars that they called car-bus, intended to replace the trains and the trams. Where trams had their own network, the stroke of genius of the clever industrialists was to circulate these cars on the same roads as cars. As these roads were already starting to be seriously congested, the auto-buses did not go faster than the cars. So, people have started to think that, even if they are stuck in traffic jams,

     

    From the moment the railways were less well maintained, their operation began to flounder. To complete the beast even more quickly, some smart manufacturers specializing in the automotive industry decided to buy outright tram companies to dismantle. At each tramway network dismantled, photographers were summoned and bottles of champagne were opened.

    After a few years, there were no more trams and trains were living on the remains of the rail network not yet abandoned. Even then, the train was still very convenient for quickly and efficiently connecting major cities, which unacceptably limited the development of the automobile. The malignant industrialists then made the forcing with the politicians to obtain new roads even better for the car, and they called them auto-routes. All this cost a fortune, but as more and more cars became available, normal roads were increasingly blocked, so it was imperative to create fast roads so cars could still drive at a speed sufficient.

    In the city, traffic jams became permanent, so that some motorists began to protest and demand the removal of the cars that took up too much space. At the same time, with the omnipresence of the car, levels of pollution, noise and danger became worrying. It was necessary to act under penalty of seeing the car questioned.

     

    It has been called peri-urbanization, and the clever industrialists have found it great. From now on, we would be able to sell to each household at the same time a car and a house, that is to say two products requiring astronomical quantities of materials. And even better, the very principle of periurbanisation of spreading houses endlessly to one another, public transport which can only function effectively from a certain density of population lost their reason for 'be. Also, as there can no longer be profitable commercial activity nearby in an urban fabric of houses lined up ad infinitum, the clever companies have proposed to create gigantic shopping centers, only accessible by car of course.

     

    Moreover, as we can do almost anything without a car in the peri-urban, it became possible for the industrial malignant to sell several cars per household, one for the man, one for the woman and sometimes even one for each child, which allowed to increase profits even more.

     

    In fact, the clever industrialists had realized their dream, the car had become universal and mandatory. Public transport had almost lost its raison d'être, almost everyone had its peri-urban pavilion where you can not do anything without a car, each home had to have several cars and everyone wanted to change cars every two or three years to impress the neighbor of the pavilion next door.

    Unfortunately, when everyone has a car to have the freedom to go fast everywhere, everyone wins the freedom to go slowly always in the same place. When the streets are already used exclusively for motor traffic, it is technically impossible to enlarge them, except to destroy buildings and buildings.

     

    The result was not long in coming, most cities were regularly paralyzed. For if people have to buy cars and peri-urban houses to run the economy, they are not allowed to work at home. On the one hand, because they would no longer buy cars, on the other hand because the social control exercised by concentrated work remains irreplaceable in a society capable of developing such a counter-model of development. In other words, to accept such a system, you have to literally be chained to this system, working to pay for your car and using your car to go to work.

     

    Except that to function, such a system necessarily needs a minimum of fluidity. If roads and streets are constantly blocked by cars, it does not work anymore. In addition, nuisances reach such a point that even people yet chained to this system may rebel.

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