Getting set up

Getting set up

Please note that the installation process will differ for HGVs.

 

Check you have an On-Board Diagnostics-II (OBD-II) port

Reveal Engine Connect for LCVs will require that your vehicle has an On-Board Diagnostics-II (OBD-II) port.

 

The OBD-II is an on-board computer located within a vehicle. It monitors emissions, mileage, speed, and other data about the vehicle. It is connected to the check engine light, which sometimes illuminates when the computer detects a problem. It allows a mechanic or anyone else to read the Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) using a special scan tool.

 

Where to find the OBD-II port

You can typically find the OBD-II port within two feet of the steering wheel.

 

  

What the OBD-II port looks like:

  

 

If there’s no OBD-II port

If you can’t find an OBD-II port, this most likely means that your vehicle has a different type of port, for example, a JBUS port. If your vehicle has a JBUS port, please contact customer care and support to determine the availability of Reveal Engine Connect with your vehicle.

 

Where to find a JBUS port

 

What a JBUS port looks like

  

 

 

How to get the most from Reveal Engine Connect

To see the most relevant data for your vehicle, please enter: 

  • Fuel Tank Capacity
  • Estimated Fuel Efficiency (City)
  • Estimated Fuel Efficiency (Highway)

 

How to enter Fuel Tank Capacity

Enter it in the Fuel Tank Capacity field in Reveal. Go to:

  1. The top right-hand corner of the page and click on the initials
  2. Admin
  3. Vehicle List
  4. Edit Vehicle
  5. Vehicle Information
  6. Fuel Tank Capacity

 

Why Fuel Tank Capacity is required

The Fuel Tank Capacity is a value showing the amount of fuel a vehicle can hold in relation to its size. By entering the Fuel Tank Capacity, you are giving the Reveal system information it may need to calculate the fuel efficiency values for your vehicle.

 

Enter Estimated Fuel Efficiency (City), and Estimated Fuel Efficiency (Highway)

These details should be entered in the same page as the Fuel Tank Capacity.

 


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