One of the many benefits to Snap-on’s new Software Bundle 7.2 is that technicians can use their MODIS, SOLUS or MT2500 Scanner to make the EVAP monitor run on late-model Ford and Chrysler vehicles. This saves valuable time by verifying that the repair was “fixed-right-first-time” so the customer won’t have to return.
“Time is money in the auto repair business,” said Chris Hockett, technical marketing specialist at Snap-on Diagnostics. “Why take the time to complete a drive cycle just to verify you had a loose gas cap when you can use our products with the Software Bundle 7.2 to run the EVAP monitor in just a few minutes? You’ll know you fixed it right if the PCM does not store the fault again.”
Snap-on’s new Software Bundle 7.2 provides the latest coverage to keep diagnostic tools running at peak performance. The software upgrade includes all new codes, live data and bi-directional tests for 1999-2006 U.S. domestic makes to enhance the already strong coverage for vehicles back to 1980. Other new system level enhancements on MODIS and SOLUS include the ability to recall the 25 previous vehicles, Scanner movie save and review, plus many more valuable features to help technicians get the most out of their diagnostic investments.
For more information, visit http://diagnostics.snapon.com.