Cheap 8 in 1 Truck Adblue Emulator with Nox Sensor

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Cheap 8 in 1 Truck Adblue Emulator with Nox Sensor for Mercedes MAN Scania Iveco DAF Volvo Renault and Ford

 

Cheap 8 in 1 Truck Adblue Emulator with Programing Adapter designed to disable AdBlue system used in trucks, buses and other heavy vehicles with EURO 4 and 6 exhaust emission rates made by Mercedes, MAN, Scania, Iveco, DAF, Volvo, Renault and Ford.

 


Cheap 8 in 1 Truck Adblue Emulator for Mercedes MAN Scania Iveco DAF Volvo Renault and Ford
 
Language: English

Truck Adblue Emulator 8-in-1 Description:
 
Truck AdBlue Emulator Box bypasses good working electronic module of the Adblue system on vehicle. It is very easy to fit AdBlue Emulator Box to any truck or bus equipped with AdBlue systemand it will override AdBlue system instantly, it will stop the usage of AdBlue liquid. AdBlue Emulator Box disables AdBlue system electronics gently so there will be no power loss of the engine or any warnings on the dashboard and in diagnostic system.
 
8 in 1 Truck AdBlue Emulation Box supports:
 
1. AdBlue Mercedes trucks and other heavy vehicles (only with Borsch AdBlue system)
2. AdBlue MAN trucks and other heavy vehicles
3. AdBlue Scania trucks and other heavy vehicles
4. AdBlue Iveco trucks and other heavy vehicles
5. AdBlue Volvo trucks and other heavy vehicles
6. AdBlue DAF trucks and other heavy vehicles
7. AdBlue Renault trucks and other heavy vehicles
8. Ford cargo trucks and other heavy vehicles
 
Package includes:
 
1 pc x AdBlue Emulators with NOX Sensor Emulation
1 pc x Software for Module Programming (Send by e-mail or CD)
1 pc x Installation Instructions (Send by e-mail or CD)


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Thursday 09 April, 2015

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 09 April, 2015.