Meritor WABCO releases updated version of TOOLBOX diagnostics software

Meritor WABCO has released TOOLBOX 11.2, the latest version of its diagnostics software for OEMs and fleet customers.

Meritor WABCO, a leader in integrated safety systems and efficiency technology for the North American commercial vehicle industry, has released an updated version of TOOLBOX, the industry’s leading diagnostics and troubleshooting software. The new release – TOOLBOX 11.2 – provides further time-saving for the growing customer base of Meritor WABCO’s electronically controlled air suspension (ECAS) technology.

“With TOOLBOX 11.2, fleet customers using Meritor WABCO’s ECAS product no longer need to supply a unique PIN number to calibrate their ECAS systems, resulting in valuable time-saving,” says Carsten Duevell, Senior Director, Vehicle Control Systems, Meritor WABCO. “Ease-of-use is part of our commitment to continuously provide our customers with maximum convenience and better time efficiency. The new PIN-less calibration of ECAS applies to all 12V systems.”

The TOOLBOX 11.2 update, which is free of charge to current TOOLBOX 11 users, is now available for download 24 hours a day at

Meritor WABCO launched its comprehensive TOOLBOX 11 software package in May 2013. It features a more intuitive and efficient user interface, improved navigation and an expanded help function. Additional innovations include diagnostics for:

  • The new generation of OnGuard, the first commercial vehicle collision safety system with active braking
  • OnLane, an innovative lane-departure warning system developed specifically for commercial vehicles

Additionally, TOOLBOX 11 and 11.2 users can now download color video-recorded critical safety events captured by OnLane.

The new TOOLBOX 11.2 release builds on Meritor WABCO’s strong track record of providing differentiated value in vehicle diagnostics systems. For more than 14 years, OEM and fleet customers using TOOLBOX have benefited from less vehicle downtime and more accurate troubleshooting. Technicians and customers use TOOLBOX software to view system faults, follow repair instructions, track wiring schematics, verify system integrity and efficiently adjust component operation.