PATHFINDER Software Release - 0137

Tuesday, March 10, 2020
by Oliveston Ltd

PATHFINDER Software Release - 0137
PFSRN_0137_v271 2/42
Software Release Version Details
Application Definition Previous
Version
Update Version
JLRConnect
Updater
Software update program, also
displays software level
41 41
JLRAppLauncher Diagnostic Software launch page 31 31
PATHFINDER PATHFINDER Diagnostic Software 270 271
Content in this Release Note
● New Features
● Improvements
● Bug Fixes
● Service Actions and Bulletins
● Known Issues
● Updates and Installation
New Features:
There are no New Features included in this release.
Improvements:
All Vehicle Lines
This release includes updated logic to include the recommended Guided Diagnostic to follow when
updating certain ECU’s. This is to assist in making the correct diagnosis and rectification of the
described vehicle fault:
The updated instructions apply to:
• Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPS)
• Infotainment Master Controller (IMC)
• Infotainment Slave Controller (ISC)
• Image Processing Module A (IPMA)
• Parking Assistance Module (PAM)
• Instrument Panel Cluster (IPC)
• Audio Amplifier Module (AAM)


Bug Fixes:
All Vehicle Lines
This release includes updated software logic to rectify an error where during Update ECU or Replace
ECU, the application would fail and display the message ‘As-Built is missing from the tester’.
Modules known to be affected are:
• Restraints Control Module (RCM)
• Body Control Module (BCM)
• Image Processing Module B (IPMB)
18MY F-TYPE / X152
18MY E-PACE / X540
This release includes updated software logic to rectify an error where Replace ECU for Telematics
Control Unit (TCU) would not complete successfully and display the error message ‘Audio file for TCU
has failed to update’.
19MY F-PACE / X761
This release includes updated software logic to rectify a concern where Diagnostic Trouble Codes
(DTC) are displayed in an unrecognised format for Powertrain Control Module (PCM).
All Vehicle Lines
This release includes updated software logic to rectify an error when running Update ECU for IPMB
fails to complete successfully and displays the error message ‘NO VIN FOUND’.
20MY Range Rover Sport / L494
This release includes updated software logic to rectify an error where Replace ECU for Occupant
Classification (OCS) would not complete successfully and log the following DTC’s
• B00A0-87 - Missing message in the Restraints Control Module (RCM).
• B00A0-95 - Incorrect Assembly.
Service Actions and Bulletins:
19MY F-PACE / X761
This release includes updated vehicle software to support Update Prior to Sale Campaign H285 –
Quiescent Drain on Startup Battery.
19MY > Discovery / L462
19MY > Range Rover Velar / L560
20MY Range Rover Evoque / L551
This release includes updated vehicle software to support Update Prior to Sale Campaign N440 –
Quiescent Drain on Startup Battery

Known Issues:
Manual VIN Entry for Electric Vehicles
When starting a new session on an electric vehicle that has been previously powered down, the
technician is unable to access specific test applications when there is no VCI connected to the
vehicle.
Further updates on this issue will be communicated in future release notes.
Battery Support Unit [BSU] Connection Status Icon and Warning
When viewing the Home Page of PATHFINDER while in a session, the technician will see that the
BSU connection warning and connection status icon in the footer are no longer available on-screen.
Further updates on this issue will be communicated in future release notes.
Updates and Installation:
PATHFINDER will automatically prompt you to install the latest software level. This must be installed
as soon as possible.
All PATHFINDER machines must have this Software installed. Failure to have a PATHFINDER
machine operating with the latest software level may affect the machine operation, compromise
warranty claims and customer satisfaction.
For further information on keeping software updated refer to the following guides located on TOPIx in
section: Documents>Diagnostics>General>SDD/ PATHFINDER.
Allowing PATHFINDER to be more than two software released out of date can create concerns with
disc space.

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