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Top 5 TEXA Pro Tips

This video shares our top 5 tips to help TEXA users save time while performing diesel diagnosis and to access hidden information. Check our YouTube channel for more diesel diagnostic training videos.

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TEXA Cummins T-50 Truck & Off-Highway 3-Pin Cable

The Cummins T-50 3 Pin cable includes two sets of center pins that need to be changed to match the diagnostic connector on the engine. It’s easy to miss the subtle differences between the two sets of center pins which often results in frustration when the cable won’t connect to the diagnostic port on the […]

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TEXA Pro Tip: Submit iSupport Technical Support Request

iSupport Technical Support is included with every TEXA Diagnostic Software package from J-Ball Electronics. We feel iSupport is a valuable resource, especially as a first time TEXA owner because it provides a way to ask for assistance, report bugs in the software, and request features directly from TEXA’s technical support and software development teams. Toll-free […]

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TEXA Pro Tip: Custom Parameter Groups in TEXA Diagnostic Software

TEXA diagnostic software lets you create custom parameter groups to suit the way you want to use the tool. For most engines TEXA has already created parameter groups for All Voltages, All Temperatures, Aftertreatment, etc. to provide logical groupings of parameters for diagnosing all the different systems on modern ECM controlled diesel engines. Create your […]

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TEXA Pro Tip: Access the last 20 vehicles diagnosed in TEXA Diagnostic Software

You’re working on a vehicle when a truck rolls up in need of emergency repairs. You grab your TEXA diagnostic laptop to perform troubleshooting and repairs then clear fault codes to get the truck back on the road. Now it’s time to get back to what you were working on before. Here is an easy […]

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