Bendix EC-60 & EC-80 Dashboard Brake Lamp Test Guide

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Efficient brake systems are crucial for the safety and performance of any vehicle. To ensure optimal functionality, it is essential to regularly test the dashboard warning and information lamps related to the braking system. In this article, we will explain how to perform a dashboard brake lamp test specifically for Bendix EC-60 and EC-80 braking systems using JPRO diagnostics.

Step 1: Accessing the Dashboard Lamp Test:
To begin, ensure that you have JPRO diagnostics installed on your computer. Once launched, follow these steps:

1. Select the “Dashboard Lamp Tests” option and press Enter or click on the Start Button.
2. The Dashboard Lamp Test dialog box will appear on your screen, displaying a list of available tests.

Step 2: Conducting the Bendix EC-60 & EC-80 Dashboard Brake Lamp Test:
Please note that the lamp test for a specific lamp will be disabled if the lamp status is not available. Follow the instructions below:

3. Identify the desired lamp: Click on the button corresponding to the lamp you wish to test. Observe the light change on the truck dashboard. Repeat this step for all lamps of interest.
4. Completion and return: Once you have tested all the desired lamps, press the Exit button to return to the test selection dialog.

The dashboard brake lamp test is a vital diagnostic procedure that ensures the proper functioning of the Bendix EC-60 and EC-80 braking systems. By following the steps outlined above using JPRO diagnostics, you can easily test the warning and information lamps associated with the braking system. Regular testing of these lamps helps maintain the safety and reliability of your vehicle’s braking system, ensuring a smooth and secure driving experience.

Please note that this guide is specifically for Bendix EC-60 and EC-80 braking systems and may not be applicable to other systems. Always refer to the manufacturer’s instructions and consult with a professional if you encounter any issues or have further questions.

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