Texa Marine Diagnostic Systems

Inboard, Outboard, Personal Watercraft

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Moto-Tech Diagnostics is an official Texa distributer providing sales and support of Texa products since 1999.

We can offer the technical back up and service you require, providing free online training with every purchase AND unlimited lifetime support. 

If you would like a quote for a package, please advise which brands you work with and we can quote you with the required cables. 

Because everyone has different requirements, we do not provide a standard cable package with the system, although there is an "essentials cable case kit", which may or may not suit your needs.

With 20+ years experience with Texa products, we are able to provide the best back up and support should this be required. We can offer software training and assistance remotely using Team Viewer and telephone to ensure you can get the best from all the features available within the software, such as wiring diagrams, component test procedures, data logging, customer database use, print/save reports etc etc. 

There are no ongoing license fees to use the software, only an annual subscription if you wish to receive software and technical sheet updates.

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These systems allow the technician to communicate with the vehicle systems either on or off board in order to repair problems of an electronic nature.

Through their experience and strength within the Car, Truck, Bike and the Agricultural sector;  TEXA has developed a marine solution which allows the technician to operate on various makes of engines by using the same tool and receive continuous automatic updates in order to keep up with the evolution of new models.

The diagnostic software is TEXA’s IDC5 Marine.

It is possible to deal with various electronic problems without having to use the specific tool for each manufacturer, by using the multi-brand product as is already the case within the automotive sector; and is a serious step forward for the marine technician. This is due to the fact that the technician’s task is, now much simpler in terms of practicality, efficiency and cost.  This is a necessary step to take due to the ever growing complexity of marine vehicles and the greater use of electronics.

In 2009 Texa released their Marine diagnostic system.

“The first to enter the multi-brand marine diagnostic sector” stated Mr Bruno Vianello, the founder and Director of Texa. "This confirms the effort the company puts into research and development, as well as the exploration of new applications.  We believe that electronics are becoming very important within the marine sector and our task is to aid the technician as has been done within the car, truck, bike and agricultural sector".