Snap-on releases ProLink Ultra Diagnostic Scan Tool for light- and medium-duty trucks
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Snap-on releases ProLink Ultra Diagnostic Scan Tool for light- and medium-duty trucks

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Snap-on has introduced the EEHD866048 Pro-Link Ultra Diagnostic Software for light- and medium-duty trucks (LMT). This version of LMT software expands support provided in previous versions to include diagnostic capability for 2013-2016 GM and Isuzu. New features included in this release include DEF Control Module Support for the Isuzu 2013–2016 N-Series, as well as body module support (instrument cluster and restraint module) for Ford 2011–2016 (F-150, F-Series Super Duty, E-Series, Transit), and Dodge/Ram 2011–2016 (Ram 1500–5500). Coverage has also been added for 2016 GM, Ford, and Dodge/Ram.

This edition offers enhanced coverage with diagnostic and testing capability for smaller-sized truck engines, brakes and transmission systems for Ford (2000–2016); and now supports 6.7L Power Stroke engines in addition to GM (1999–2016), Dodge/Ram (2006–2016) and Isuzu (2005–2016).

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“This Snap-on software release offers more scan tool options for techs to use when working on today’s popular personal and light commercial trucks,” said Dave Shock, a Snap-on product manager. “Snap-on augmented the diagnostic and testing capability for light and medium truck engine, brake and transmission systems to include Aftertreatment System tests as well as DPF testing, DEF testing, injector cutout and ABS tests. The LMT application gives technicians OEM-proprietary and OBD II diagnostics for easier maintenance and repair productivity.”

The new Pro-Link scan tool includes live data and powerful special tests and calibrations for a wider range of vehicles. EEHD866048U Update Software for the Pro-Link Ultra Diagnostic Scan Tool is available for owners of the 2014 and earlier LMT version of the software.

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