Snap-on offers free SOLUS Ultra training solutions

Snap-on offers free Solus Ultra training solutions

Snap-on is now offering free Solus Ultra training solutions modules on its website. The eight modules will help professional service technicians navigate the features and functionality of the OEM-specific scan tool, Solus Ultra.

“The Snap-on Training Solutions modules were created to teach all of the latest diagnostic techniques so technicians can get the most out of their diagnostic tools,” said Mark Schaefer, director of marketing, Snap-on Diagnostics. “The modules are offered as instructional videos at no charge, and are set up as multi-level training, from basic to advanced levels.”

The SOLUS Ultra Training Solutions modules cover:

  • Introduction and navigation;
  • Scanner codes;
  • Scanner data;
  • Scanner data graphing;
  • Troubleshooter: code tips, symptom tips;
  • Functional tests;
  • Global OBD-II: the 10 modes of OBD-II; and
  • Previous vehicle history and saved data.

All modules are free-of-charge and technicians can revisit the training sessions as often as necessary to learn at their own pace and comfort level, said the company. Each module is hosted by National Field Trainer Jim Moritz.

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