APOLLO-D9™ is an automotive diagnostic scan tool with sophisticated functionality, advanced graphing features, an intuitive user interface and user-customizable configuration.
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Only use the manufacturer recommended battery pack.
|Loosen the battery cover screw on the back-side of the diagnostic tool.
|Pull up and out on the lower edge of the battery cover to release it.
|Position the battery pack (packed separately in kit box) as shown below with the arrows facing up.
|Tilt the top of the battery in to align the tabs, then down to install into place.
|Install the battery pack cover, in the opposite manner as removal, aligning the tabs and tilting down and in, into place.
|Tighten the battery cover screw. Do not overtighten the screw!
Watch the beginning of this video for typical battery installation instructions. Opens in a new tab.
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To TURN ON the diagnostic tool, press and release the Power button .
The tool will automatically turn on when either of the following occur:
|a live AC power supply is connected to the tool
Never connect the AC power supply adapter, or optional power cable to the diagnostic tool when communicating with a vehicle.
|the Data Cable is connected to a powered vehicle data link connector (DLC)
An optional power cable is required when testing non-OBD-II/EOBD vehicles or vehicles that do not supply power on the DLC.
Power may be supplied by any one of the following:
|Charged internal battery pack
|Live AC power supply (charging internal battery)
|The vehicle data link connector (DLC) (diagnostic tool data cable connected)
To TURN OFF the diagnostic tool:
|Exit all functions and communication with the vehicle.
|Follow all screen prompts, to exit functions.
|Press and release the Power button.
The Snap-on Technician Profile is where you manage all your companion Snap-on application accounts (e.g. Security Link, and Snap-on Cloud).
Before you can use any of the companion Snap-on applications, you need to create a Snap-on Technician Profile and link your diagnostic tool to it.
To learn more, see Snap-on Technician Profile (new tab).