Bosch Diagnostics Announces New Nissan 2.0 Software Release

Bosch Diagnostics Announces New Nissan 2.0 Software Release

Bosch Diagnostics (formerly Vetronix) is pleased to announce the release of Nissan Software Version 2.0 for the MTS3100 Mastertech and Mastertech VCI.

Bosch Diagnostics (formerly Vetronix) is pleased to announce the release of Nissan Software Version 2.0 for the MTS3100 Mastertech and Mastertech VCI.

With this new release, Nissan diagnostic coverage has been significantly increased, adding the functionality most requested by aftermarket shops. Model year coverage has been expanded to 2007, including DDL2 and CAN ECUs, and Auto ID is now available on ECUs that support Mode $09. The Nissan 2.0 release also adds HVAC, IPDM and more Body modules, including Output Controls going back to model year 2000.

The ongoing Bosch commitment to superior diagnostic software is evident with the addition of full OEM data SnapLists and Output Controls for all systems, including PCM, TCM, ABS, BCM and HVAC ECUs. This functionality is available for both the MTS 3100 Mastertech and the new Mastertech VCI.

About Bosch Diagnostics
Bosch Diagnostics (as Vetronix) was founded in 1984 with the introduction of the very first OEM serial data scan tool, and soon became a leading supplier of diagnostic products for the global OE and aftermarket automotive service industry. In 2003 Vetronix was acquired by ETAS, a subsidiary of Robert Bosch, GmbH.

In 2006 the Vetronix Aftermarket Group was integrated into the Bosch North American Aftermarket Group, now Robert Bosch LLC. In 2007 Bosch Diagnostics combines the strengths of the world’s largest automotive supplier with Vetronix, a world leader in automotive diagnostics to provide a complete automotive service solution for the aftermarket. This solution includes diagnostic tools and in-depth software, integrated service information, expert training, technical phone support and quality Bosch parts.

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