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  • Rmullis
  • North Carolina, United States
Anyone use scan tools? If so what kind/type/brand. I have a laptop with software for Doosan forklifts, but thats it as far as software goes. I was wondering what everyone else uses. Like the scan tools from tool dealer trucks, if they are useful. I was working on a Yale lift and it had a vortec motor. Is there anyone out there plugging in automotive scan tools to them to see fuel pump waveform for instance.

Just curious, wanted thoughts, and advice.

Russell mullis
Atlantic Forklift Services
Charlotte, Nc
Mullis.russell@gmail.com
7042967564
  • Posted 25 Jan 2014 10:41 AM
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don't know but whos software and leads are you using for Doosan
  • Posted 10 May 2015 05:43 PM
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