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A very handy feature of the diagnostic software on your Snap-on scan tool is the parameter identification (PID) trigger function. You can set minimum and maximum values and if your data goes outside of those the PID trigger function will automatically save it for you so you can see it later.
Make your life easier by using a Snap-on lab scope and scan tool to check and verify the correctness of vehicle scan data - on the same screen at the same time.
Did you know that fuel injectors on Direct Injection vehicles work differently than a standard fuel injector? Read on to learn more.
Help make diagnosing a misfiring Ford a lot more straightforward with the aid of a quick and simple test available in Snap-on scan tools.
Discover a new technique included in the latest software upgrade designed to make your life easier when it comes to coding vehicle headlamps.
Take the challenges out of diagnosing modern air/fuel ratio sensors by using this handy process in Snap-on scan tools with up-to-date diagnostic software.
See what was happening before and after the code was set thanks to a handy feature on Snap-on scan tools.
Diagnose fuel pump issues by using your Snap-on lab scope and diagnostic software to generate readings for analysis.
Learn about a quick and easy way to test a communication network and get to the bottom of problems efficiently
When trying to diagnose a misfire on some vehicles you might suspect that a fuel injector is causing the problems.
Read on to improve your knowledge of nitrogen oxides from diesel emissions and how to deal with them.
Read on to see how you can check data and test that the electronic throttle control system is performing normally – and how you can tell if there is an issue.
The ever-developing technology on modern vehicles means that having a solid diagnostic routine can make you more efficient in the workshop.
Having difficulty diagnosing communication problems on a vehicle? A Snap-on diagnostic platform can help you to overcome the challenges and get to the root cause of the problem.