2 Presentation Overview European Software Bundle 7.1Vehicle Communication Software (VCS)EOBDTrouble Shooter (TS)MODISTM / SOLUSTM7.1 Marketing materialsUK achieved award & testimonialsScanBay II Enhancements since 6.2US Domestic / Asian software bundle 7.1Voice Of the CustomerMODISTM PC-Link
7 European Asian Additional 3 years coverage has been added. Coverage now spansAdditional adaptors required forWith diagnostic capabilities for engine related components, includingFuel injectionIgnition timingRadiator fan out put HIInjectors
8 European Asian An Asian adaptor kit will be available under: EAK0242E72A ASIAN ADAPTOR KITThis kit will consists of:
9 Note on Adaptors Ignore “MULTI-1 Adaptor” Use standard delivered power source as:MT POWER ADAPTER
16 Injector ProgrammingThe Injector ID is written on the Injector. When installed in the vehicle it is hard to read. New injectors should have the ID written on the packing, but if not write it down before installing.
17 Injector Programming Known Issue on MODISTM / SOLUSTM: When programming a second Injector the screen freezes.Work around:When the operator programmes an injector there is an option to press Y to programme a second injector or an option to press N to finish and come back out of the menu. When selecting Y the screen will freeze – instead select N, it will come out to the Injector Reprogramming menu. Then go in again and chose the next injector to programme, this should be repeated until all injectors are programmed.
19 Land Rover Coverage up to 2005 ABS systems added (2000-2005) Codes and DataBosch and Wabco systemsDefender, Discovery II, Range RoverExtended SIR Coverage for all models up to 2005Climate controlFault codesWabco systemDiscovery IISteering angle ECU clarification on the 2005/6MY Diesel Models use Bosch DSC 5.7 which is coveredMY Petrol models use Bosch DSC 8.0 which is not covered
20 Land Rover Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) Hill descent control (HDC) Codes & DataNew Range RoverHill descent control (HDC)Discovery II,Freelander modelsSteering angle ECUNew Range Rover /6Calibration is manualAdaptation not coveredSteering angle ECU clarification on the 2005/6MY Diesel Models use Bosch DSC 5.7 which is coveredMY Petrol models use Bosch DSC 8.0 which is not covered
21 Hill Descent Control (HDC) Hill Descent Control (HDC) helps control your speed as you descend steep or slippery slopes. Once engaged, HDC will monitor your vehicle's speed via the ABS sensors and automatically apply the correct braking force for a safe descent. It operates in both high and low range and in both forward and reverse gear, allowing you to concentrate fully on steering and manoeuvring.
22 Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) Provides safe handling when accelerating or cornering and includes compensation for trailers. It constantly monitors key indicators, correcting any tendency to over- or under-steer and applies the ABS braking system selectively to individual wheels to correct any tendency to deviate from your chosen line.
24 PID’s for Range Rover DSC REAR LEFT WHEEL SPEEDFRONT RIGHT WHEEL SPEEDREAR RIGHT WHEEL SPEEDFRONT LEFT WHEEL SPEEDHANDBRAKE SWITCHHDC SWITCHBRAKE SWITCHVALVE RELAY STATUSBRAKE FLUID LEVEL SWITCHBRAKE LIGHT SWITCHFRONT LEFT INLET VALVEFRONT LEFT OUTLET VALVEREAR RIGHT INLET VALVEREAR RIGHT OUTLET VALVEFRONT RIGHT INLET VALVEFRONT RIGHT OUTLET VALVEREAR LEFT INLET VALVEREAR LEFT OUTLET VALVEFRONT CHANGEOVER VALVEREAR CHANGEOVER VALVEFRONT PRESSURE SWITCHREAR PRESSURE SWITCHMOTOR DRIVEPUMP DRIVESTEERING ANGLEROTATION SENSOR (YAW)ABS PRESSURELATERAL ACCELERATIONDSC SWITCHBRAKE LIGHT SWITCHBATTERY VENGINE RPMGEAR INFORMATION
26 Mercedes Coverage up to 2005 Systems from the System ID mode have been added to Vehicle ID mode. This includes:Tire Pressure Monitoring (TPM) on non CAN vehiclesData addedProcedures for unlocking the ABS pistons to be able to replace the brake pads on all non CAN modelsExtended SIR Coverage on all non CAN models
27 Mercedes New systems added with codes, data and ECU ID including: Petrol Engine (SIM4LSE, SIM4LDE)SLK 200 (171) - C Class (203)CLK 200 (209) - E 200 (211)Electronic gear selector (EWM220)SLR (199) - CL Class (215)S Class (220) - SL Class (230)MAYBACH (240)Immobiliser (EZS209)C Class (203) - CLK (209)G (463)
28 Mercedes Live data added on systems including: Engine Management (CDI1, CDI2, CDI3)ABS / ESPBAS 203SLK Class (170) - C Class (202 / 203)CLK Class (208) - E Class (210)ESPCL Class (215) - S Class (220)G Class (463)ESP 203C Class (202) - CLK Class (208)E Class (210)ESPMK25ML Class (163) - SLK Class (170 / 171)C Class (203) - CLK Class (209)
29 Mercedes (Cont’d) Live data added on systems including: Transmissions (FAG)A Class (168)Airbag (ARMINCA)C Class (203) - CLK 200 (209)TPM (RDK210, RDK220)E Class (210)SRL (119) - CL Class (215)S Class (220) - SL Class (230)Gear Recognition Module (GRM / EWM414)
31 Opel / VauxhallSIR procedure for all models, which avoids the need for the OEM 4 digit codeElectro hydraulic power steering for:Astra HCorsa CVectra CAdditional CAN Systems (Codes & Data):ABSAirbagInstrument clustersTransmissionsElectronic steeringSIR procedure avoids OEM code, which is a cost saving to the Technician
32 Opel / Vauxhall SAEJ2411 single wire low speed CAN protocol For Air Bag and Instrument ClusterOn Astra H and Vectra CRequires a new key:EAP0234E70A S-47Is included with the new:CAN adaptor MT B for the scannerWith MODISTM SOLUSTM
34 Astra H ABS – Traction Control – ESP Stability Codes & DataSingle wire low speed CAN capabilities for Air Bag and Instrument ClusterNew 4 speed transmission and EasytronicElectro hydraulic power steeringDon’t support adaptations yet on new electronic power steering systems
35 Vectra C New EBC 430EV ABS systems covered Codes & DataSingle wire low speed CAN capabilities for Air Bag and Instrument ClusterNew 5 speed and 6 speed transmissions CV TronicCodes onlyDon’t support adaptations yet on new electronic power steering systems
36 Corsa C New electronic power steering systems Codes & Data Don’t support adaptations yet on new electronic power steering systems
38 VAG Model year coverage to 2005 Updated SIR Database More ECU’s are now covered prior to 2005Systems from the Expert mode have been added to Vehicle ID mode including:TPM (Codes)Instrument cluster for changing languageTPM systems are only on high end vehicles like A8 and A6, PhaetonAdaptations only needed when moving wheel to another positionAdaptation only in expert mode for non CAN systems
39 VAGDirect link from vehicle ID to expert mode for Engine ECU adaptations on:Throttle bodyInjectorsDiesel pump
44 Engine ECU adaptations This new menu under Functional tests allows the user to alter certain values and functions supported under the control unit being interrogated.This Option should only be used by technicians familiar with the operation of these adaptive values and functions.These values and functions, if incorrectly modified, can lead to the control unit being disabled or corrupted and when Technician enters this adaptation menu he/she is greeted with a warning to this effect. Information pertaining to the particular vehicle under test should be to hand when using the Adaptation menu.The amount of Adaptation channels per control unit and per vehicle varies significantly.
45 Engine ECU adaptations For example on a 2003 VW Passat 1.9tdi (Eng AVF)Ch 02 is the only active Adaptable channel. This modifies the idle speed and normally wouldn't be adjusted but can be adapted to increase or decrease the base idle speed.Example Procedure (On above vehicle)Enter Adaptation Menu.The instruction will ask you to enter a channel number.The Technician will refer to his information to acquire the correct channel number, in this case we are interested in channel 2.Enter 002 and press Y.If the channel supports Adaptation (in this case it will) it will display the stored value. (32768).If the channel does not support adaptation the tool will indicate so and abort the action.The displayed stored value in this case is 32768, the technician can now input a new value (i.e 32887) by pressing N. Use the thumbwheel to enter the new number and then press Y to store.The Idle speed will now be heard to alter.
46 Engine ECU adaptations Channel 00 will (on control units that support it) change all settings on the controller to original factory default settings.Once again it is important to be aware of what each channel represents. The channel numbers are not consistent and are dependant on the type of system control unit and protocol it uses and should not be adjusted without the appropriate documentation.
47 Engine ECU adaptations Some common adaptation channels are:EXAMPLE PURPOSES ONLY/NOT FOR USE WITHOUT CONFIRMATION:Engine (01)Channel 01 - Idle speed adaptationChannel 02 - Idle speed adaptation (On TDI Engines)Channel 03 - EGR duty adjustment (On various but not all TDI engines)Please be aware that some Adaptation channels will require valid login codes to gain access. These can be obtained from the manufacturer's data.
48 Engine ECU adaptations Injector-pump Timing:It is also possible to adjust the injection duration on some (But not all, and again the channel appropriate to this function is vehicle specific).This function be implemented to facilitate easier starting on older engines although this should not be used in place of exhaustive checks to ensure that the fault is not due to something else.Throttle Body cannot be supported through adaptations; you need to go to Basic Settings under Expert mode.
52 EOBD Completely converted to new programming language (VAT Database) V6 Was implemented in 6.2 release for MODISTM and SOLUSTMThe advantage being that you don’t need a CAN adaptor on the MODISTM or SOLUSTMV7 includes the integrated 29 Bits CAN protocolAlso implemented for the Scanner productsNote: SERVICE MODE 08 (On-board Activation Tests) is not yet implemented
53 EOBD SUPPORTED PROTOCOLS: ISO 9141-2 (plus variations) SAE J ,6 kbps PWM (Pulse Width Modulation)SAE J ,4 kbps VPW (Variable Pulse Width)ISO (Keyword Protocol 2000 plus variations)ISO bit addressing for CANISO bit addressing for CAN (Volvo)
54 EOBD-DiagnosticsEOBD Compatibility: 67 Vehicle manufacturers covered (all petrol models from 2001 onwards, Diesel from 2004). More than 700 standardized fault codes and Powertrain data available.
56 Troubleshooter Currently supported: On TSI for Scanner 6.2 will be the last version on ScanBay for Spanish and GermanTSI’s in Spanish and German are no longer available.On SOLUSTM in English and SpanishOn MODISTM in English, Spanish and German
58 Troubleshooter The new Troubleshooter has the following features: Focus is mainly on diesel component test informationOpel 1400 test procedures addedFord 350 test procedures addedVW 8000 test procedures addedTest types includeLambdaAir Flow MeterThrottle PotentiometerAdded verified Troubleshooter tips.
59 SAIS Reference numberReference number linked to SAIS allowing technicians fast access to support graphics for a particular test via a PC.Note only available in the English TS
60 SAIS Reference number Demo Select the following vehicle:Audi 1986 – 20032002 A3 Engine AUQEngine managementTroubleshooterComponent testsTest proceduresCamshaft position -CMP Actuator
64 MODISTM / SOLUSTM Scanner Features Enhanced data graphing on MODIS™ and SOLUS™ delivers update rates as much as 40% faster, even for large data lists; making it easier than ever to identify the root of the problem and cure the fault.The graphical scanner has the function to unlock all PID’s.The scanner text screen of the MODISTM is enhanced for the “new files” which means there will be more lines displayed at the same time, using the full MODISTM screen.
65 Faster Graphing = More Resolution MODISTM and SOLUSTM now Graph Data up to 40% Faster – even for Large Data Lists – Making it Easier than Ever to Find what went Wrong.Another enhancement in graphing is the ability to unlock all locked parameters at once.
66 MODISTM Features 8 Lines of Text See Twice What You Saw Before. See More MODIS™MODISTM Features 8 Lines of TextSee Twice What You Saw Before.New style 8 line screenOld style 4 line screen
67 MODISTM Ignition scope Ignition scope has the capabilities to detect missing cylinders and display this accordingly.In the ignition scope there is an additional page with the parametric data Firing KV, Spark KV and Burn time, in view menu “Digital KV”In the ignition scope an adjustable trigger has been added.
69 Missing Cylinder Detection MODISTM Software Bundle < 6.2Ignition Scope Parade 5msCylinder 2 is shown as missing.But in reality the problem is with cylinder 3!MODISTM Software Bundle ≥ 7.1The missing cylinder is now shown correctly on cylinder 3Notice also the improved Peak detection!See also the better peak detection!
71 MODISTM / SOLUSTM Utilities New “System Tools” menu replaces “software update”Add Programs.Update Scanner Module.System Restore.For MODISTM, individual shop info can be displayed at the top of each printed page.For SOLUSTM there is a new point in the utilities menu; Save Data, (like MODISTM )
82 Available for Sale Dates Press Release issued Dec 2006 with veto for Jan 2007 editions all markets all publicationsPress advertising all Jan editions all markets selected publicationsScheduled press advertising selected publications with diagnostic features Feb – Sep 2007 all markets
83 Sales Support BundleEvery Snap-on Dealer, Diagnostic and IS Distributor Salesman to receive a pack of:Applications guides pk of 5 “Tough Software”Software brochure pk of 25 “Tough Software”Diagnostic Family brochure 7.1 equipped pk of 25Available Sun branded support material in German, Spanish and ItalianAvailable Snap-on branded support material in Dutch
84 Sales Support BundleNew applications guides for the 7.1 release will have new cover designs for both Snap-on and Sun brands.Cover material will be in the local languageFront cover “Tough Software” themeBack cover “Should have had a diagnostic check” support materials detailsNew Tough Software brochure
85 Snap-on Sales Support Pack 7.1 Apps GuideCoverFamily Brochure
86 Sun Sales Support Pack7.1 Apps GuideCoverFamily Brochure
87 7.1 Application guide notes Notes on updated brands sheets:Audi, Seat, Skoda:Same vehicles are highlighted in the “engine management application” sheet as in the 6.2 releaseLandrover:No 2005 mention in “engine management application” although we cover them.ABS Application list shows a lot of rows N/A These are not covered!Mercedes:No 2005 mention in “system applications” although we cover them.Two new petrol engines are not highlighted (SIM4LSE and SIM4LDE)Volvo: Not updated although all CAN vehicles are added
88 PR and Advertising Press release will be issued to make January issues ½ page ads 7.1 Tough Software to all key publications for:UKGermanySpainItalyNetherlands
89 German, Spanish & Italian AdvertisingGerman, Spanish & ItalianEnglish and DutchHalf page vertical ads, outside edge, right hand page position, text and contact point detail changes to suit local markets
90 Customer Support PackEvery user that purchases an all makes update or a new platform to receive a support pack containing:Diagnostic check theme service reception poster (1)Diagnostic check theme service reception counter display (1) and leaflets (25)Diagnostic check theme car windscreen reminders (25)Diagnostic check theme workshop banner (1)These materials will be shipped direct to the user(Method and procedure required, registration of the Customer etc to be agreed for each market.)
91 Snap-on Customer Support Pack 1 x workshop banner1 x reception poster1 x reception counter display25 x A4 folded 3 leaflets25 x 50 by 50mm windshield label
92 Sun Customer Support Pack 1 x workshop banner1 x reception poster1 x reception counter display25 x A4 folded 3 leaflets25 x 50 by 50mm windshield label
99 Some Responses “Reliable and accurate.” “We buy it primarily for the backup service we know we will receive.”“It does seem worth investing with Snap-on when buying diagnostic equipment. The other diagnostic equipment simply doesn’t do the job.”“Essentially it comes down to the service we get with the Snap-on reps.”“…how their scan tools work, straight forward and user friendly, valuable technical support.”
101 TestimonialsVernon Watts has worked for the RAC for the last six years and currently works as an RAC Training Instructor in Watford.“I have always owned my own personal diagnostic tool in addition to what is made available to me through my work. In fact I have always owned Snap-on or Sun-branded equipment since the original ‘red brick’ itself. I traded up to the MODIS™ some five months ago, primarily for the extended data capture capability and also to be able to carry out detailed secondary diagnosis, via the built in 4-channel scope.The tool is a compact, reliable unit with accurate and regularly updated software – all things I have come to expect from Snap-on diagnostic equipment. Couple this with portable infra-red printing and the capability to save and transfer information from any screen at any time and you are left with a truly powerful, portable diagnostic tool.”
102 Testimonials“I still find it hard to believe that I recently bought a Snap-on Heritage Scanner™ diagnostic tool and amazingly it has paid for itself in only seven weeks.”So says Steve McCauley, After Sales Manager of Blyth Valley Ford in Northumberland. Steve has held his current position for nearly eight years and has been in the industry now for 32 years.“I had been thinking seriously for some time of purchasing an allmakes hand-held diagnostic tool but had held back for budgetary reasons. However, we were getting stuck so many times with running problems that we were unable to diagnose and warning lights were coming on which we were unable to fully understand. away …………… ………………………….
103 TestimonialsTony Allen of A&S Auto Repairs of Gravesend in Kent is an independent mobile technician, who works for both garages and for private individuals across a wide area of South and South East London, as well as the whole of Kent. He originally set up his operation in He purchased a Snap-on Scanner™ in the Summer of 2005.“I had previously used a diagnostic tool from another supplier but had become conscious that it was limiting the amount of work that I could take on, because it was not updateable and there were many new vehicles on the road that I was unable to handle. I knew of Snap-on because of the Company’s strong reputation in the UK trade and once I saw Scanner™ I knew that it was the solution to my problems. What I liked best was its simplicity. It is really, really easy to use and is so much better quality than my previous diagnostic tool. In fact In fact the hardest part of operating Scanner™ is just getting it out of its box! It also gives my customers confidence ………………….
104 TestimonialsJustin Hatcher is the Workshop Manager at PM Autos, an independent garage in Dartford in Kent owned by Pat Santer. The Company has been in operation for around 20 years and, in addition to Pat and Justin, employs two apprentices.“We had previously used a Snap-on Scanner™ as one of the three diagnostic machines that we use but made the decisionto invest in MODIS™ just over two years ago because it seemed a much better all-round diagnostic tool. We have been more than happy with it. It is very easy to handle, with very few controls and we particularly like the nice big colour screen. It is a very nice piece of kit compared to what else is on the market and it makes a mechanic’s life very easy to navigate around. We also find the regular software updates very valuable in always keeping us fully up to date. Although we still have the other two diagnostic tools, nine times out of ten we will always pick up MODIS™ first, because it gets the job done”.
105 TestimonialsFor more testimonials see attached PDF.
107 ScanBay II Enhancements since 6.2 Implementation of full Bundle functionality.Auto-deleting of old modules“Format Cartridge” menu option.Addition of the US Domestic and Asian VCS and TS Bundles*Addition of the Australian Asian VCS Bundle*Recognition of corrupted PVCI’s*Depending on the business unit settings on the ScanBay II server
108 Bundles:A new method of selecting and programming multiple modules at one time is now in operation. Changes have been made to the front-page tabs (showing Bundles and Modules) to accommodate this change.The new Bundles tab shows the available bundles. It is now the default page shown at start-up.The Modules tab is the page where the individual modules are displayed.The purchase criteria for Bundles are the same as for modules and the Bundle will take into account purchased licenses for each individual module.
110 BundlesThe particular Bundles that are displayed depend on business unit settings on the ScanBay II Web server and language settings within the ScanBay II application.
111 Auto-deleting of old modules: During the phase 1 release of software bundle 6.2 we described a work-around procedure to enable old modules to be removed from the PVCI before programming new modules.This new version of ScanBay II will automatically delete old activated and deactivated modules when you update / upgrade a cartridge.
112 “Format cartridge” menu option This menu option enables you to format a cartridge.This option should only be used when you want to remove unrecognised modules from the cartridge or when the cartridge is not working correctly inside the Scanner.Note:Formatting a cartridge can take up to 7 minutes to completeAll software will be removed from the cartridge irrespective of its license status.
113 US Domestic and Asian VCS and TS Bundles You can now upgrade cartridge’s that contain US software. This depends on the business unit settings on ScanBay II server.Please note: Individual modules cannot be programmed: only a full bundle can be installed.Note:Snap-on Diagnostics does not support a mixture of European, US or Australian software modules on one PVCI. A warning message will be displayed if different types of modules are mixed. Snap-on will not provide support for PVCIs that contain mixed modules.
114 US Domestic and Asian VCS and TS Bundles Note:If you have older cartridges that have mixed modules on them, you should split them into different cartridges and format this cartridge before continuing.
115 WORK-AROUNDPVCI’s or TSI’s that contain a black/red label will not be recognised by ScanBay II. To solve this problem see SB 1079 on how to add it to the ScanBay II database and to get an upgrade price invoiced instead of a new buy.Further there will be some unknown modules. To remove them you have to format the cartridge as described before. Do this only after you have saved the cartridge details text file, to be able to get an upgrade price!
116 Australian Asian VCS Bundle You can now upgrade cartridge’s that contain Australian Asian software. This depends on the business unit settings on ScanBay II server.Please note: Individual modules cannot be programmed: only a full bundle can be installed.
117 Recognition of corrupted PVCI’s A PVCI can be corrupted if it is removed from the ScanBay programmer during programming.A PVCI can also be corrupted in the Scanner itself. When a PVCI is corrupted it seems as if the PVCI is empty and it has a different, or incorrect Electronic ID. We have now devised a system that recognizes corrupt PVCI’s. This system will prevent you from buying licenses and carrying out any further programming.The warning you get is:
118 Recognition of corrupted PVCI’s In some cases you can repair a corrupt PVCI in ScanBay II. Select “Update Cartridge System Files” from the toolbox menu. After updating these files you must remove the PVCI from the ScanBay programmer and reinsert it again. Wait long enough so that ScanBay II can recognise that the PVCI was removed. When it is repaired ScanBay II will now recognise the cartridge again. It could be that all modules are deactivated, grey. If this is the case, they need to be reprogrammed. The licences should still be there for this PVCI.If this procedure does not work, then the cartridge needs to be repaired in our repair centre. See Service Bulletin SB 1086 for detailed information about this repair procedure.
119 PVCI DefragA PVCI Defrag will take place automatically in the Scanner the first time after it is programmed in ScanBay II. This can take up to 5 minutes. The defrag will start automatically when:A legacy module (i.e. EOBD or AFL) is selected for the first time.After a vehicle is selected in a VAT module. A VAT module is shown in orange in ScanBay II.During defrag, it looks that the scanner is locked. Therefore we advise that you do this before delivering the PVCI to the customer.Note:After programming a cartridge, please check that the cartridge contains the software that is programmed on it by removing it from the ScanBay programmer and re-inserting it. You should also test it in a Scanner.
121 US Domestic / Asian software bundle 7.1 Expanded 2005 Domestic VCS2005 Asian Import VCS2004 Asian Import Driveability Troubleshooter2004 Domestic ABS Troubleshooter
122 Scanner™ US Domestic Vehicle Communication Software 2005 Domestic Coverage including Expanded Chrysler, Ford and GMGM Body Control Bi-Directional Functional Tests - up to 192 Tests on Over 760 Model ConfigurationsFord EVAP System Self-Test for Over 30 Model with SCP ProtocolFord ABS Automated Brake Bleeding Tests for – 2005 CAN Models2004 and 2005 Chrysler CAN tests, including Forced EVAP Monitor Test, Set RPM/IAC Test, Purge Vapours Test, EGR Systems Test, and ETC Throttle Follower TestChrysler Electronic Transfer Case Coverage
123 Closer Look: GM BCM Bi-Directional Testing VehiclesTests Available on CAN & Non-CAN ModelsCodes, data and now functional testsUp to 192 different functional tests availableActivates BCM-controlled output circuitsGreatly reduces diagnostic time by verifying that the circuit(s) has/have good integrity
132 Closer Look: EVAP Testing Non-CAN Ford VehiclesCAN & Non-CAN Chrysler –Forces EVAP Monitor to RunAll DTCs Recognized during the Test are Stored as Faults by PCMRunning this Test after a Repair Ensures that the Repair was Completed Properly
135 Closer Look: Brake Bleeding Ford Non-CAN VehiclesNon-CAN GM VehiclesDelco Bosch 7 ( )Delco Bosch 5.3 ( )Kelsey-Hayes 4WAL ABS ( )Activates ABS Fluid Pump during BleedingInstructs End-user when to open bleeder screwsProvides Solution when Air is Trapped in the Hydraulic Control Unit or when Unit is ReplacedGreatly reduces the time needed for brake bleeding
136 Closer Look: Tire Pressure Monitors Mandated for all 2008 model year vehicles, tire pressure monitoring is critical for wheel service and comprehensive repair. New systems, such as TPMS, have been added for all Domestic makes enabling your service level to meet your customers’ expectations.NOTE: NHTSA is allowing automakers to roll out the warning device on a three-year schedule. Automakers must equip 20 percent of their new cars and trucks with the systems in the 2006 model year. In 2007, 70 percent of all new models will be covered. By 2008, all models will have to meet the requirement.
137 TPMS Coverage 2000 – 2005 GM TPMS-equipped Vehicles 2002 ½ – 2005 Ford TPMS-equipped Vehicles2005 Chrysler/Jeep TPMS-equipped VehiclesCodes and Data Available in the CCN Data ListNo Separate Controller
138 Why a Scan Tool for TPMS? ECU Malfunctions Tire Pressure Sensor Faults Low Tire PressureSensors Not LearnedClass 2 Data Link FaultsLost Communication w/PCMLost Communication w/Body ComputersLost Communication w/Driver Door Module
139 Scanner™ Asian Import Vehicle Communication Software New! 2005 Asian Import Coverage including Proprietary Coverage for 13 Vehicle MakesNew System Coverage for Models as Far Back as 19972002 – 2005 Proprietary Codes and Data for Honda/Acura ABS SystemsSupport for Toyota and Mazda CAN VehiclesNew 2005 Subaru ABS and Airbag System Code and Data CoverageAll Asian Coverage Back to 1983 Now Accessible from One Menu Selection and All Troubleshooter Titles Loaded Automatically
140 Fast-Track™ Troubleshooter Over 11,000 Unique New Troubleshooter Tips, Tests and ProceduresExperienced-Based Information Upgraded or Added for 33 Vehicle Makes All the Way Back to 19802004 Domestic ABS Troubleshooter1998 – 2004 Dodge Truck RWAL and 4WAL System CoverageNine New GM Models and 6 New GM ABS Systems Covered
141 Fast-Track™ Troubleshooter 2004 Asian Import Driveability TroubleshooterComplete 2003 – 2004 Toyota, Lexus, Scion Actuator Test Descriptions and ProceduresUpgraded Honda/Acura support through 2004 including Code Tips, Symptom Tips, and TSB ListsNew and Upgraded Hyundai, Kia and Mitsubishi Code Tips, Symptom Tips, Component Locators, Wiring Diagrams, and Circuit DiagramsScion Coverage including xA and xB
148 Hand Held Diagnostics Customer Feedback Form To better understand your diagnostic needs, we have implemented a product feedback page.Please fill out this form if you come across a feature that is currently missing from our PDL 1000 / MT 2500, PDL 2000 / MTG 2500, MODIS™ or SOLUS™ products.
149 Hand Held Diagnostics Customer Feedback Form We appreciate your time to complete this form.No Feedback – No Software
151 Highlights Access and copy all MODISTM data files from a PC Store MODISTM presets on PCView MODISTM Scanner and Multimeter results on PCReview lab scope snapshots utilizing viewing software for the PCPrint MODISTM test results from PCSort and search MODISTM data on PCMove data and presets back to MODISTM
152 MODISTM PC – Link Contents Compact Flash WIFI card for use in MODISTMSoftware on CD-ROMUser manual (English)Quick installation Guide
153 MODISTM PC – Link system requirements Requires PC runningWindows XP Professional SP1 or higher SPWindows 2000 SP3 or higher SP900 MHz CPU or greater,128 MB of SDRAM,20 GB hard drive or largerCD-ROM drive of 8x or fasterWireless connectivity requires WIFI adapter
154 PC-Link Note’s PC-Link is Icon based The program is only in English language with no market changes.During the software installation an Authorization key is required.This can be obtained from:Kings Lynn Product Support
155 Access MODISTM Files Immediately All work saved on MODISTM appears in a PC-Link window, providing instant access to print, view, save, or share.
156 Archive MODISTM Files to PC Move saved files to your PC to maintain a vehicle repair history and create a knowledgebase of problems and solutions
157 Manipulate Lab Scope Movies The PC-Link Lab Scope Interface provides all the familiar MODISTM functions, so you can diagnose and review saved snapshots right on your PC
158 View Scanner and DVOM Pages Open, view and print saved DVOM and Scanner results on the PC and share with other technicians, the service writer, and customers
159 The 2007 Tough Software Bundle from Snap-on. It’s what pros like Tom count on for powerful, manufacturer-specific tips and solutions.