Mitsubishi FD45N1:
Best tool/software for diagnostics

My shop recently started purchasing newer forklifts (FD45N1) with the perkins motor. These seem to have alot more electrical components to them then what we're use to. My question is what is yall's recommendation for a scan tool or software? What are the pro's and con's? What can your scan tool do? Any information will help to make a sound decision.
  • Posted 31 Jul 2020 07:40
  • Discussion started by Yvette_Martinez
  • Texas, United States

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