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VERUS Edge Training Module 7
Applies To: VERUS® Edge
Troubleshooter: Code Tips, Symptom Tips, Common Problems, Tests and Procedures, Fast-Track Data Scan, Fast-Track Fixes
Welcome to Snap-on Training Solutions. This module is designed to help you get the most out of your VERUS EDGE diagnostic tool, and covers the use of the Fast-Track Troubleshooter expert information.
The Snap-on Fast-Track Troubleshooter contains vehicle specific experience-based tips designed to help you reduce repair time. Troubleshooter tips are gathered from actual repairs made by OEM and specialty technicians.
To get started, let’s select Troubleshooter from the Engine system main menu.
Then select the system, for this vehicle, Engine is the only choice.
There are several tools within Troubleshooter to choose from.
Let’s take a look at Code Tips using code P0103 as an example.
Then select P01XX Fuel and Air Metering.
And there is our code P0103. All the tips shown relate to the specific vehicle being tested.
Select the code to see code set conditions and test procedures.
To save time, the most common faults are shown first.
Some tips may show extra help in the form of functional tests or OEM service information. A button will be displayed if any related diagrams, specifications or tests are available.
Just select the button to access the information.
Select Symptom Tips for step-by-step guidance to diagnose problems that do not set codes.
Symptom Tips also contains information on thousands of known service issues.
Let’s select Driving Problems as an example.
Let’s explore Lack of Power with no DTC.
Troubleshooter shows us that a common problem for this vehicle is a loose crank sensor trigger and also provides a simple test to verify this problem.
Time Savers provides even more useful information, like firing orders and even injector flushing procedures. Let’s take a quick look.
Select Engine Compartment. Select Cylinder Bank Layout.
There you go, Cylinder Bank Layout and firing orders that quick!
Tests and Procedures
The Tests and Procedures section provides many ways to save diagnosis and repair time.
The After Repair Section provides procedures and information that should be performed after a vehicle repair to ensure your repair has solved the customer’s problem.
This includes relearn procedures and functional tests.
Here is an example of the relearn procedure needed to complete the repair of the passlock sensor.
Test The Part includes tests to confirm component failure, before you replace it.
For example this EVAP test shows you how to test purge and vent solenoids.
Drive cycle procedures show the fastest way to set readiness monitors needed to complete emissions work.
Inspection and Adjustment provides additional service information for select vehicle systems.
As an example select the O2 Sensor Reset Procedure.
This information explains the importance of clearing DTCs after replacing O2 sensors on this vehicle.
Fast-Track Fixes provide proven fixes for common problems that have worked for technicians.
Here’s information for code P0101, resulting from a defective Mass Air Flow Sensor.
General Information provides vehicle specific terminology and abbreviation information.
Last Updated: January 8, 2020