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MAN Speed limit

    2021-05-13


Change speed limit in MAN trucks
 
In 2005 MAN introduced a new generation of engines with Common-Rail Systems. The 2 main ECU’s in these vehicles are - our already talked about EDC7 and FFR.

FFR module is responsible for:
- Intarder and engine braking;
- Cruise control;
- Accelerator pedal and clutch travel sensors;
- FGR (Vehicle speed control) / FGB (Speed limiter) switch.

In 2013 MAN introduced its new line of vehicles with Euro VI (6) technology along with a new EDC17 and PTM system.

In this article we will cover:
Changing MAN speed limit from Euro IV (4) until Euro VI (6) on trucks and buses (FFR and PTM systems).



Speed limit (VMAX) change is super quick and easy with Truck Explorer!

No license is needed, just 20-60 tokens per operation

There are 2 ways:

  • OBD connection:
    (for FFR and PTM procedure is the same)
  1. Connect VEI device to the OBD2 port;
  2. Open ‘Truck Explorer’ software and choose MAN OBD option;
  3. Click on ‘Parameters – PTM / FFR’;
  4. Select ‘Speed limit’ and input your desired number;
  5. Click ‘Set speed limit’ and it’s done!
     
  • Direct Connection on the bench (DC mode)
    (for FFR and PTM procedure is the same)
  1. Connect to the ECU with your VEI device, DirectConnect2U tool (DC2) and FFR / PTM cable;
  2. In Truck Explorer software choose MAN Direct Connect option;
  3. Click on ‘Parameters – PTM / FFR’;
  4. Select ‘Speed limit’ and input your desired number;
  5. Click ‘Set speed limit’ and it’s done!


Equipment:
 
 
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*Disclaimer: we are not promoting you to use this function. Do everything at your own responsibility keeping in mind road speed limits in your country.


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