Snap-on releases new Pro-Link Ultra diagnostic software

Snap-on releases new Pro-Link Ultra diagnostic software

Snap-on has recently introduced the EEHD869048 Pro-Link Ultra Light and Medium Truck (LMT) 2019.


Snap-on has recently introduced the EEHD869048 Pro-Link Ultra Light and Medium Truck (LMT) 2019. This version of the LMT software expands coverage for previously-supported models, along with additional new model support, including diagnostic capability for Navistar CV Truck and Workhorse.

New and expanded coverage in this release includes:
• Navistar CV Truck (2019)
• Workhorse (1999-2012)
• Dodge/Ram (2006-2019)
• Ford F-Series, E-Series, and Transit (2017-2019)
• Chevrolet Silverado and GM Sierra (2017-2019)
• Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana (2017-2019)
• Isuzu Low Cab Forward (2017-2019)

This edition also offers technicians OEM-proprietary and OBD II diagnostics for maintenance and repair productivity for OBD II-compliant 1996 and newer vehicles.

“This new LMT 2019 software adds more than 400 new diagnostic tests and numerous calibrations for a wide range of personal and light and medium commercial trucks,” said David Shock, a Snap-on product manager.

The new EEHD869048 Pro-Link Ultra LMT 2019 includes live data and tests and calibrations for a wider range of vehicles. EEHD869048U update software for the Pro-Link Ultra Diagnostic Scan Tool is available for owners of previous versions of LMT software.

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