Tools and test devices
by professionals for professionals
For professional and quick mounting of their products, Motorservice offers a range of useful tools.
Pressure/vacuum hand pumps can be used for checking and adjusting pressurerelated functions directly on the vehicle, practically anywhere that engineindependent
pressure or vacuum generation is needed.
The contents of this fuel pressure test kit enable the pressure and flow rate to be measured without dismantling the fuel pumps. All common fuel delivery systems can be checked for faults with the fuel pressure test kit.
By means of the repair kit, smaller defective spots on fuel lines can be repaired quickly and efficiently.
For repairing smaller defective spots on air conditioning lines made from aluminium and galvanised steel with external diameters of 8, 10, 12, 16 or 18 mm in passenger cars and utility vehicles.
- Suitable for R12, R134a and R1234yf refrigerants
- Operating pressure: max. 35 bar
- Burst pressure: over 60 bar
Coolant hoses that have been damaged in individual spots can be repaired quickly and inexpensively with this repair kit; the damaged piece of tubing is removed and replaced with a new piece of tubing using the included hose connections and connectors (0° and 90°). Motorservice’s range offers two different repair kits for passenger cars and utility vehicles.
Smaller defective spots on compressed air lines made from polyamide (PA) and with external diameters of 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 or 16 mm can now be quickly and inexpensively repaired with this repair kit. It is suitable for passenger cars and utility vehicles.
- Operating pressure: max. 10 bar absolute
- Burst pressure: 15 bar
The replacement of series-mounted air mass sensors is complicated due to the use of special screws (5-tooth or 6-tooth star-type inserts) with a central pin. Motorservice provides the appropriate aftermarket special tool for air mass sensors.
With this low-cost tool for mounting and removing fuel pumps, you no longer need to replace the entire fuel pump including its mounting. Now only the fuel pump itself is replaced.
Using the mini-ammeter, power consumption can be measured simply and quickly, directly on the affected fuse in the vehicle's fuse box. There are two versions of the mini-ammeter for the most common flat fuses found in vehicles.