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Snap-on Names Winners of Diagnostic Workstation Sweepstakes

Snap-on® recently concluded a diagnostic workstation sweepstakes, which awarded the 100th Edition Intelligent Diagnostic Workstation and a one-year data plan to 10 winners.

Snap-on Introduces Diagnostic Mobile Workcenter

The new Snap-on® Diagnostic Mobile Workcenter gives technicians the ability to utilize the full capabilities of the ZEUS® diagnostic and information system, including exclusive Fast-Track® Intelligent Diagnostics, from anywhere in the service bay.

TRITON-D10 Training

To help professional technicians navigate the features and functionality of the new TRITON-D10™ integrated diagnostic system, Snap-on® has added 11 Training Modules to its website at

Snap-on Technical Focus Articles

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Blind Spot Radar Calibration - Post Collision

ADAS systems come in many forms, with everything from blind spot warnings to night vision technologies, and because of the vital job these systems do, it's important to ensure that they are properly calibrated and functioning to prevent any malfunction of the system.

Testing a Variable Valve Timing Actuator

Sometimes a vehicle will suffer from driveability issues and fault codes relating to valve timing. Such conditions can be difficult to diagnose without the correct equipment. The purpose of variable valve timing (VVT) is to help increase the engine’s volumetric efficiency and limit the exhaust gasses produced by the vehicle. By altering when the valves open and close you can optimize the performance of the engine.

Lane Keeping Assist Inoperative

The development of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) have been a technological leap forward for the automotive industry. However, new challenges handling car repairs for workshops and bodyshops when ADAS systems are impacted are common. This deep-dive case study walks through the steps taken when a 2016 Mercedes E350 was involved in a collision and repaired, only to find that a warning message indicating ‘lane keeping assist inoperative’ was displayed in the instrument cluster.