LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill. — Snap-on Inc. has expanded its auto repair software for diagnostic tools to cover more European vehicle models and offer more features.
The new software coverage includes:
- Code scan and clear-all codes for all 2019 makes and select 2020 models;
- 2019 motorcycle coverage model year update;
- Ford 2011 and newer air conditioning control module and driver's seat climate control module coverage;
- New ADAS recalibrations for Cadillac, Buick, Chevrolet, Ford, GMC, Hyundai, Infiniti, Kia, Lincoln, Mazda and Nissan;
- Coverage additions for in-demand 2003 Chevrolet Impala and Trailblazer;
- BMW engine freeze frame for most 2013 and newer models;
- Jaguar sub-codes;
- Infiniti and Nissan freeze frame, gateway system coverage for 2008 and newer, plus EVAP system close test for 2007 and newer;
- New and enhanced Lexus and Toyota wheel alignment functions and more engine sub-codes;
- New system coverage for 2018 and newer Porsche Cayenne and Panamera, including PCM, high voltage components, brake booster, rear spoiler, thermal management, acoustics and more; and
- 2012 and newer Subaru body integration unit functional tests for Forester, Impreza, Outback and Legacy.
New features include:
- Ethernet communications support with new adapter for applicable Jaguar, Land Rover and Volvo vehicles;
- In addition to ZEUS and VERUS Edge, now on-tool pre-scan or post-scan report labeling is available on TRITON-D8, APOLLO-D8, MODIS Edge, MODIS Ultra, SOLUS Legend and SOLUS Edge to identify before and after results;
- ID by camera with ZEUS for those vehicles unable to take advantage of instant ID, now can capture and identify VIN via barcode; and
- ZEUS and VERUS Edge enhancements: ADAS recalibration report; improved boot time; new Wi-Fi status icon; and software status icon.
Shops can use Snap-on software for OEM-specific coverage to maximize their capabilities to diagnose any challenge that pulls into the bay, the company said.