After setting the company up on the portal (and syncing your keys if you’re a Solo customer) we’re going to install the device in the truck.
What you need when installing the Roadlog into the vehicle is the following:
- Adhesive (not necessary if screwing device into the dash)
Install the battery into the bottom of the Roadlog. The plastic door on the bottom will need to be removed.
First, map out where the cable is going to be run. Pick a flat location where you want the device mounted, set it there, and run the cable to try and meet with the device.
If you don’t have a Y-cable, just plug it in and run it between the dash and the windshield. If you have the Y-cable, remove the trim and disconnect the 9 or 6 pin connector, plug it into the male end of the Y-cable. Tuck the new connection away and have the female end of the Y-cable screw into where the original connector was to replace it. Fish the wire up to where there’s an opening and connect it to the Roadlog. Once you connect the Roadlog and you see it power on, attach the bottom cover again and screw it in with the 3 screws provided.
Peel the red part from the adhesive tape in the wiring kit and put it where you want the Roadlog mounted. Make sure the area is clean, go over it with a degreaser if needed beforehand and let it dry. Once the tape is on the dash, remove the white part and stick the bracket onto it. It should take 5-15 min for it to set but once it doesn’t move you can clip the Roadlog into it and plug in the fleet key.
Login company steps
- Turn on your vehicle.
- Once the fleet key is synced and the device installed in the vehicle showing the following screen, insert the fleet key into the device on the right. The word "Fleet" should be facing up on the key.
- Advanced users will press the online registration button and wait, don’t worry if nothing happens the first time. The device is just reaching for connection and will log in the company shortly. Press the registration button once again if it pops up.
- Your device might display this update message. Just press install and wait for it to reboot a couple times. Once it’s done updating, it’ll log the company in, so just wait until it come onto the odometer screen.
- If your device keeps saying “vehicle sync failed”, it most likely means that your truck is not running of commonly, there’s a problem with your ECM.
- Once at the odometer screen, press yes if the odometer displayed is wrong or press no if it does not need to be changed. The device will reboot once and then you’re ready to log your driver in.