The Ultimate Diagnostic Kit

$679.00

The Ultimate Diagnostic Kit – 

      •  Optimus Primer®
      •  The Eliminator
      •  350 Protection Dust Caps

 

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Description

Diagnostic equipment designed & developed by Diesel Help Australia.

As demonstrated in our common rail diesel diagnostics training courses – time and money will be saved with accurate diagnosis and the right tooling. We have put together our three best selling pieces of equipment to give you the Ultimate Diagnostic Kit!

1. The Eliminator – testing a diesel fuel system has never be so easy!

The Eliminator is a separate fuel supply that connects to the fuel system in the low pressure section of the vehicle’s fuel system. Fitted with a clear return hose back to the supply, reducing the fuel usage during testing. Using a clear return hose enables you to see if any air is being generated from only the high pressure pump.

The Eliminator contains:

  • 11.3 litre fuel container with breather cap
  • 4 hose clamps
  • 2 brass fittings
  • 1 metre of 10mm ID clear hose
  • 2 metres of 8mm ID clear hose
  • 1 metre of 6mm ID clear hose
  • 1 hand primer bulb

2.  Optimus Primer® – testing a diesel fuel system has never be so easy!

  • will assist diagnosis of fuel supply faults through bypassing the fuel system plumbing
  • when the vehicle does not have its own primer,  this will assist bleeding the system after a fuel filter has been replaced
  • quick release fittings can be used to replace cooling, DPF emissions hoses & petrol piping for all makes and models of passenger, light, heavy, earthmoving vehicles and can also be adapted when fitting additional fuel filters on your diesel

The kit includes an assortment of blanking caps for piping and other vital diesel components on both the low & high pressure supply which is essential when working with close tolerance systems.

The Optimus Primer comes in a convenient carry case containing:

  • 30 individual quick release fittings
  • 4 of male end plugs – 6.3, 7.89, 9.49, & 9.89mm OD
  • 1 of 10 mm to 8 mm reducing barb
  • 1 of 8 mm to 6 mm reducing barb
  • 4 hose clamps
  • 70 blanking caps – 10 of each size 3, 6, 8, 8 tapered, 9, 11, 14mm
  • 2 clear hoses 200mm x 10mm
  • 2 clear hoses 200mm x 8mm
  • 2 clear hose 200mm x 6mm
  • 1 bulb hand primer

We have created information videos to demonstrate how the Optimus Primer is an essential part of a Technician’s kit.
1. How to replace quick release fittings.

2. How to replace a diesel fuel filter when a hand primer is not present.

The Optimus Primer also enables the technician to connect the fuel piping of the Eliminator to the fuel system without damaging components. The Eliminator is a separate fuel supply that connects to the fuel system enabling elimination of individual components in the low pressure section of the vehicles fuel system.

* Diesel Help Members can also refer to the following Field Report Bulletin: Replacing a diesel fuel filter successfully


3.  350 Protection Blanking Caps – selection of 7 different sizes
You will receive 50 each of the following sizes:

  • 8mm ID tapered
  • 14.2mm ID x 13mm
  • 11.10mm ID x 13mm
  • 9.5mm ID x 13mm
  • 8mm ID x 19mm
  • 6mm ID x 19mm
  • 3.2mm ID x 13mm

Blanking caps are used for preventing contaminates from entering quick release fittings and also reduces fuel drain back and/or air entering fuel system when replacing a fuel filter.

It is imperative to use blanking caps and end plugs when working on any diesel as the smallest of dust can very quickly destroy brand new fuel systems.

Please take care of your clients vehicles when working on their diesel fuel injection systems.

colours may vary dependent on stock

 

*Includes Road Express Freight within Australia – please be aware this item may take up to 7 days from dispatch depending on destination.

* Diesel Help Members can also refer to the following Field Report Bulletin: Replacing a diesel fuel filter successfully

 

Need training? Common rail diesel diagnostics training could be coming to a location near you.