PACCAR ESA Electronic Service Analyst v5.1 NEW & Latest 2019 Version - Newest SW Flash files & Server Update And Programming Files
PACCAR ESA Electronic Service Analyst v5.1 SW Flash files & Server Update
Include Paccar Programming Files & Full Online Installation Service !
BEST And Latest 2019 Version !
Newest SW Update - 04/2019 !
Newest ESA Server Updates Programming Files 04/2019 !
ESA Electronic Service Analyst v5.1 is the Latest Dealer Software For All Models Of Kenworth And Peterbilt Trucks -
Full Online Installation And Activation Service !
Electronic analyst Paccar Electronic Service Analyst 5.1 is a diagnostic tool that is used for vehicle diagnostics and firmware change.
Adapter provides data exchange between PC and controller.
Universal diagnostic service analyst is applied to a large variety of applications and runs on a PC and is similar to CAT ET or Cummins INSITE.
Diagnostic adapter is used for diagnostics of engines Kenworth, Peterbilt Trucks as service stations and at home using
a personal computer running Windows ( version 2000 and higher).
This program provides a link to a diagnostic interface for NEXIQ Kenworth and Peterbilt.
NOTE: Paccar Electronic Service Analyst 5.1 is provided without access to paccar ePortal.
Instead of it we will add SW(flash files) to be able to connect to the vehicle without ePortal access
ESA Update Announcement
An important defect was found in the previous release of ESA. ESA 18.104.22.1685 has been released to production.
This release includes the fix for the programming defect.
Changes Implemented In New Version :
Attempting to program parameters on a CECU3 with a 6 character chassis number will display an error that the chassis number is invalid.
Restoring parameters to an ICU using an ECAT file with a Q21-1029 part number causes ESA to crash
Replacing an ICU with a CECU3 and downloading an ECAT file with a Q21-1029 part number will not limit the flashing options to P30-1030 as it should
JPRO DLA+ 2.0 and DLA+Wireless 2.0 will not detect PACCAR Display 1.0 on 2016 vehicles without the use of a crossover cable;
not a significant concern since 2016 vehicles should not have PACCAR Display 1.0 devices installed