News; Precautions Of Using The DS708

Published: Thursday 10 April, 2014

The Autel Maxidas DS708 is surely an easy-to-use diagnostic tool.Before it's used by us to use,please look at this article and look closely at what I give out here,making sure that we can prevent injurying people or damaging the vehicles or the Autel Maxidas DS708.Remember to do the diagnostic procedures following the procedures that referred within the user’s manual.

First,never operate the Autel Maxidas DS708 when you are driving the auto,please keep attentive while driving or it is very simple to distract your mind and cause a major accident.Certainly,never put the tool able which will obstruct your view when you're driving,also never place it over or near an airbag or somewhere may make the tool being propelled through the vehicle once you get an accident,or maybe you may injured as a result of tool.Don’t route the cable inside the place where may interface the operation in the vehicle control.Also while ignition is on and the engine is running,don’t connect/disconnect any test equipment,or it may damage.

For the safety,please make certain you always do the testing or repairing in a safe environment therefore you must wear safety eye protection that meets ANSI standards;keep clothing, hair, hands, tools, test equipments and turn into far from all the moving or hot engine parts.

Besides, you must maintain your Autel Maxidas DS708 clean and dry,and particularly faraway from oil,water or grease.When you wish to clean up the tool,you should utilize amild detergent along with a clean,dry cloth.

By using it to your automobile,it is best to are employed in a rightly ventilated area,considering that the exausted gases are poisonous.Don't forget to have blocks before the vehicle wheels and don’t leave the vehicle unattended.When the engine is running,you should pay much attention to these elements,such as the ignition coil, distributor cap, ignition wires and spark plugs,which may creat hazardous voltages.And you can keep a fireplace extinguisher that's made for gasoline/chemical/electrical fires nearby.
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