The ZEUS+ diagnostic tool is a specialized personal automotive diagnostic solution that combines information with test instrumentation to help you diagnose symptoms, codes, and complaints quickly and efficiently. There are three main components to the system:
|Diagnostic Tool—central processor and display for the system
|Scope Module—oscilloscope/meter module used to measure circuits and signals
|Compact Scan Module—wireless module used to access vehicle data
|Tilt the stand up.
|Slide the two battery locks outward.
|Place the top of the battery in first, then tilt it down into it's seated position.
|Slide the two battery locks inward, to lock the battery in place.
Only use the manufacturer recommended battery pack.
To TURN ON the diagnostic tool, press and release the Power button located on top of the device.
The system boots up, then opens the ShopStream Diagnostic Suite Home screen.
Whenever the diagnostic tool is turned on, Wi-Fi will automatically try to connect to a network.
|Turn on the diagnostic tool and allow Windows to bootup, then allow the ShopStream Diagnostic Suite software to open.
After bootup if Wi-Fi is not automatically connected the Wi-Fi icon in the System Tray (lower right side), or on the Diagnostic Suite lower toolbar indicates Wi-Fi is not connected.
|To connect to a network, click the Wi-Fi icon in the System Tray or on the Diagnostic Suite lower toolbar.
The wireless network connection window opens (shown below).
|Choose your Wireless Network from the list of available networks, then select Connect.
A password is required when choosing a protected network.
A wireless network connection progress window displays as the connection is being made.
|After the connection is successfully made, the Wi-Fi icon will display as Connected .
The diagnostic tool is now connected to the Wi-Fi network.
Wi-Fi performance varies depending on your wireless network equipment and ISP.
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 (opens in a new tab).