Tuesday, February 18, 2014


ABRITES Commander for CHRYSLER / DODGE / JEEP” is a Windows PC based professional
diagnostic software for vehicles from the CHRYSLER / DODGE / JEEP group. With the help of
this software you can perform complete diagnostic operations of all CAN-based vehicles from the
CHRYSLER / DODGE / JEEP group, which are in most cases unsupported from the producer
diagnostic testers. The “ABRITES Commander for CHRYSLER / DODGE / JEEP” provides also
complete standard diagnostics (read faults, erase faults, current data, actuator tests) for
Our PC USB diagnostic interface currently supports K-Line and CAN-BUS interface.
Diagnostics is performed via the OBD-II connector.
The “ABRITES Commander for CHRYSLER / DODGE / JEEP” consists basically of two parts:
– Standard diagnostic functions like reading/clearing fault codes (DTC), scanning avalable
devices in the car, displaying actual values (measured parameters), performing actuator tests
– Special functions like Key Learning, Odometer Correction and Dump Tool.
All devices, which may be present in the car, are listed in the main screen of the “ABRITES
Commander for CHRYSLER / DODGE / JEEP”. If you want to connect to a specific device, please
double click on it or select it ant press the “Connect” button. The “ABRITES Commander for
CHRYSLER / DODGE / JEEP” will try to connect to the device.
The appropriate special function is opened by selecting it from the list box and double-clicking on
it, or by selecting it and then pressing the “Open” button.
SKIM means Sentry Key Immobilizer System. It prevents unauthorized operation of the vehicle by
disabling the engine. The system will shut the engine down after 2 seconds of running if an invalid
key is used to start the vehicle. This system utilizes ignition keys which have an electronic chip
(transponder) embedded into them. Only keys that have been programmed to the vehicle can be
used to start and operate the vehicle for more than the two second validation time period.
During normal operation, the Sentry Key Indicator light, located on the instrument panel upper
cover, will come on for 3 seconds immediately after the ignition is turned on for a bulb check.
Afterwards, if the bulb remains on solid, this indicates a problem with the electronics. If the bulb
begins to flash after the bulb check, this indicates that an invalid key has been used to start the
vehicle or there is a communication failure between the transponder and the Sentry Key
Immobilizer module. Both of these lamp conditions will result in the engine being shut down after 2
seconds of running. Keep in mind that a key which has not been programmed is also considered
an invalid key even if it is cut to fit the ignition for that vehicle.
For more infomation,please visit www.obd2works.com

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