The new JLR approved DOIP VCI is the only unit that will be compatible with Pathfinder and all JLR vehicles with the new vehicle architectures (from the Range Rover/Range Rover Sport (L405/L494) 17MY onwards) Jaguar S-Type Jaguar F-Pace 17MY onwards or allow the enhanced diagnostics that Pathfinder will offer the retailer.
In addition to the 17MY vehicle line applications, the DOIP VCI will be capable of interfacing with 14-16MY Multi-CAN architecture vehicle lines on the Pathfinder diagnostic system.
Jaguar XE (X760)
Jaguar F-Pace (X761)
Jaguar F-Type (X152)
Jaguar XF (X260)
Jaguar XJ (X351) – 16MY only
Jaguar F-Pace 2017
Jaguar SType 2017
Discovery Sport (L550)
Range Rover (L405)
Range Rover Sport (L494)
Pre-14MY and vehicles not detailed above will continue to use the current diagnostic system and VCIs and uses SDD software.
JLR VCI Product Overview:
-Jaguar Land Rover Approved device
- Replacement for JLR SDD VCI’s
- Covers CAN, MultiCAN, ISO9141 and SCP Vehicle Networks
- Suitable for Legacy, Current and Future Vehicles
- 2m USB Cable as standard included
- Easy to update for J2534 new functionality updatesThe JLR VCI connects directly to the vehicle OBDII (Diagnostic) connector, it then connects to the laptop via a USB cable for use with SDD. Once the J2534 DLL files are loaded, this product will allow normal operation with JLR SDD Diagnostic Tool. All communication is possible on with this device.
How does the JLR DoIP VCI get updated for future Software Updates?
Periodically JLR will release updates to its products’ drivers and software. These updates are necessary to either release further device functionality or to resolve field issues.
The updating of the drivers and software is handled by the diagnostic test application which will install the updates on request.
If problems are experienced during device use, always make sure that the latest device software and drivers have been installed.
The JLR VCI is suitable for use with all JLR vehicle models with the following exceptions:
Flash programming of Engine Control Modules (ECMs) on XJS and pre-2003 XJ and XK models (AJ16, AJ26, AJ27 engines).
Simultaneous logging of ECM and TCM datalogger signals on 2006my Range Rover.
Part 1: How to Configure WiFi for Original JLR DoIP VCI /setup wireless connection?
Original Jaguar Land Rover diagnostic tool JLR DoIP VCI supports both USB and WiFi connection. Here’s the guide to configure the LAN setting.
Connect JLR DoIP VCI W-F interface with vehicle
Connect the other end of VCI with laptop via USB cable
Open VCI Manager (JLR), press Connect
Choose Network Setup tab->Wired Etherent
Press Apply button and Yes
Then disconnect USB connection
Close VCI Manager
Open VCI Manager again
Go to Network Setup->Wired Etherent
Press Set Factory Default
Press OK if system prompts you are about to reset the VCI communication settings to a factory default state.
Enable network connection
Press Set Factory Default again
In Wireless (802.11), choose Obtain an IP address automatically, then press Access Point
Choose Wireless resource which is the same as the your network
Enter wireless security password (encryption key)
JLR VCI is configured to connect to your network
Disconnect and then Connect VCI
It shows WiFi connection is done
Open JLR SDD software on desktop
Now you can run SDD software for diagnosis
To setup USB connection, you need to download Bosch driver for VCI first:
Open Bosch_Driver folder
Open Device Manager to check the Bosch JLR DoIP VCI adapter is well connected
Open VCI Manager on desktop to make sure the Manager detect JLR VCI which indicates interface is well connected
Right click JLR SDD software on desktop->Find File location C:/Program Files/JLR/SDD/Runtime
Now you can run JLR SDD and Pathfinder software