Equus Products Introduces the INNOVA 3140 Scan Tool CanOBD2&1 Kit

Equus Products Introduces the INNOVA 3140 Scan Tool CanOBD2&1 Kit

Equus Products, Inc. recently announced the availability of its INNOVA 3140 Scan Tool CanOBD2&1 Kit. This feature-packed tool and software kit is designed to meet the needs of professional technicians who desire quick and easy access to diagnostic data essentials for a wide range of vehicles.

Equus Products, Inc. recently announced the availability of its INNOVA 3140 Scan Tool CanOBD2&1 Kit, the latest addition to its top-selling diagnostic tool line. This feature-packed tool and software kit is designed to meet the needs of professional technicians who desire quick and easy access to diagnostic data essentials for a wide range of vehicles.

“We pride ourselves on listening to our customers’ needs and delivering tools that make their repair jobs easier,” said Richard Amador, Equus’ marketing director. “The INNOVA 3140 packs the power of a more expensive scan tool, yet saves customers time, money and toolbox space. This is the only OBD2 & 1 diagnostic tool you need in your garage.”

INNOVA 3140 Scan Tool CanOBD2&1 Kit
The INNOVA 3140 Scan Tool CanOBD2&1 Kit is for all 1996 and newer OBD2 compliant cars, light trucks, SUVs and minivans – foreign and domestic, and some of the most popular OBD1 (1981 to 1995) vehicles.

This tool features all of they key features and benefits of a professional global scan tool, without the typical hassle and cost associated with such powerful tools.

The 3140 features patented trilingual interface with on-screen code definitions in English, Spanish and French (selected by a menu command); patented all-in-one display showing 25 vital pieces of information at one time; “plug & play” interface; color-coded System Status LEDs that show quick emissions readiness status; and continuous link for performing drive cycles to verify repairs. It also shows valuable SAE enhanced live and freeze-frame data, and lets the user record and playback live data streams and perform bi-directional testing. It has complete coverage from mode 1 to mode 9. Includes memory battery backup for off-car review and analysis.

This handy scan tool also includes more than $100 in value-adds, including durable nylon storage pouch, PC link cable and CD with OBD-PC Link Shopsoftware. The included software lets you download, save print and email additional information from the tool, including trouble codes, monitor status and freeze-frame data.

Its free “shop in a box” also lets you generate reports that can be customized to include your customer’s complaint, technician’s evaluation and diagnosis, parts, labor times and related TSBs for repair. It is also flash updateable via standard Windows PC and included OBD-PC Link software.

Equus Products, Inc. is now taking retail orders for the 3140. The suggested retail price of the INNOVA 3140 Scan Tool CanOBD2&1 Kit is under $300 (U.S.).

OBD2 Coverage:
All 1996 and newer OBD2 compliant cars, light trucks, minivans and SUVs.

Supports these protocols:
• C.A.N. (Controller Area Network)
• ISO 9141
• J1850PWM
• J1850VPW
• KWP 2000
• ISO 14230-4

OBD1 Coverage:
• General Motors – 1982 to 1993 and some 1994 to 1995 models, excluding Saturn vehicles
• Ford, Lincoln, Mercury – 1983 to 1995 models with EEC-IV Systems
• Performs: KOEO, KOER, Timing Check, Cylinder Balance Test, Output State Test, Wiggle Test
• Toyota / Lexus – 1991 to 1995, most models
• Chrysler / Dodge / Plymouth – 1984 to 1995
• Jeep – 1993 to 1995

The company’s products are supported by a team of ASE Certified Technical Support via toll-free 800 number and website. For more information, visit www.CanOBD2.com or email: [email protected].

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