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Snap-on Data Bus Fault Finder EEFF500

The go-to tool when there is no communication with the scan tool. Modern vehicles have roughly 15 to 25 computers all talking to one another on shared circuits. When those circuits fail, the vehicle may exhibit any number of problems. The EEFF500 is a specialty tool that isolates the problem portion of the affected circuit quickly and easily. It features 12 switchable circuits and LED self-testing. Open circuits show up amber and short circuits show up red for easy detection.


 


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Snap-on EEWH326A Premium 2-Speed Tilt-Back Tire Changer
• 2-speed Forward and Reverse mode turntable • Laser-guided Mount/Dismount head to assist user in alignment to rim edge • Extended clamping jaws with nylon pads to protect the rim and reduce slippage • Tilt-back style mounts wheels up to 15" wide • Capable of clamping 24" on the inside of the wheel and 28" on the outside • 40" maximum tire diameter • Pneumatic Bead Assist helps mount stubborn low-profile tires • 3-position bead breaker allows for additional clearance on sidewall To learn more see your Snap-on representative or visit http://shout.lt/rf44





Toyota Echo No Communication Case Study
This is a 2001 Toyota Echo with a no communication problem. You guys have been asking for one of these and I finally have a good one that goes beyond a blown fuse for pin 16 of the DLC. Also covered in this video is comparing the ohmmeter to a voltage drop test and which one is more accurate.





Pico's Can Test Box
Pico's Can Test Box in action on a GM class II bus. Brought to you by Autonerdz.





Snap-on SOLUS Ultra Scan Tool
Don't let a tough diagnosis stand between you and the repair. SOLUS Ultra brings together a full range of scan tool functions, without any baggage to slow you down. No Personality Keys. No long boot ups. Combine that with high-resolution data graphing, detailed code definitions and OEM-specific coverage (without the added expense of factory tools) and you have productivity and simplicity working together in perfect harmony.





Snap-on VS Wright Tool (Flank Drive Plus VS WrightGRIP)
www.GBToolsnz.com contacted me a while back to see if I would like to re-do my original WrightGRIP wrench video, where I compared the WrightGRIP to a Craftsman, Gearwrench, & SK wrench. In that video they all failed except for the WrightGRIP. Both of these wrenches (Wright & Snap-on) are made 100% in the USA, and are very comparable in weight, performance, and quality. The Snap-on is slightly longer (by about 3/4") & it has a 15 degree offset on the boxed end VS around a 7-8 degree offset with the WrightGRIP. I personally think it boils down to brand preference with these wrenches, but you may want to take into account the offset on the boxed end, as well as the length that you prefer. *** I used the satin finish WrightGRIP wrench for this demonstration, but Wright does offer the identical wrench in full polish if that is your preference ****





Component Testing with VANTAGE Ultra™ | Snap-on Tools
Direct test vehicle components with Snap-on VANTAGE Ultra™ before you replace them. Visit http://bit.ly/1bmME9Y or view the RESOURCES BELOW for more info. Vantage Ultra Brochure & User Manual http://bit.ly/1bmME9Y View Pricing & Buy Online http://bit.ly/1bmME9Y VANTAGE Ultra™ http://bit.ly/1bmME9Y With the VANTAGE Ultra™ you will replace the right part the first time. Testing is fast and reliable and only Snap-on offers Fast-Track® Guided Component Tests. Coverage for 45 vehicle makes gives you access to millions of vehicle-specific component tests within the tool. VANTAGE Ultra™ is specifically designed for automotive applications, and includes all the important functions like AC and DC volts, Ohms, frequency, pulse-width, duty-cycle and dwell. SUBSCRIBE Subscribe to the Snap-on channel for frequent product updates and training videos. CONNECT WITH US: https://twitter.com/Snapon_Tools http://www.facebook.com/SnaponTools





How to troubleshoot a no spark condition with a test light (Subaru)
For more on "control testing" see Section 22 "No Start, No Spark Diagnosis" in my eBook available at www.scannerdanner.com How to perform a no start, no spark diagnosis on a Subaru.





Ken Block Special Edition Tool Storage from Snap-on
Ken Block has made a name for himself in all things speed, most recently putting Gymkhana racing and drifting on the map. Who better to commemorate his exploits than the company who put tool storage on the map? The only tool storage that performs as precisely as Ken Block himself. The superior construction and features of the Snap-on KRA2422 Classic Series Roll Cab and KRA2454 WorkCenter, with a limited edition wrap showcasing the rev hound himself. Like Ken's driving, the superior welds, extra-wide 50" drawers and plentiful storage space are totally awe-inspiring. See your Snap-on Representative to pre-order this unique tool storage solution today.





Snap-on VERDICT Diagnostic & Information System
What would you demand from the ultimate diagnostic tool? VERDICT from Snap-on is all about freedom. Freedom to go Where the Job Takes You. The VERDICT diagnostic and information system includes a wireless display, scanner and meter to let you be in more places at once. With Windows® multitasking and Wi-Fi Internet access, VERDICT puts everything in your hands from anywhere in the shop: codes, live data, component tests, Troubleshooter, web resources and real-world answers.





Snap-on Diagnostics Introduces Software Bundle 9.2
http://is.gd/pJqU Whether you own a Snap-on VERUS, MODIS, SOLUS PRO, SOLUS, ETHOS or Scanner, make the critical connection to deliver the engine and system performance your customers expect, and keeps them coming back. Over 40,000 new codes, data, tests & tips for '96 - '08 vehicles and new 2008 model coverage and more! Get additional information at http://diagnostics.snapon.com or to see 9.2 in action contact your Snap-on Representative.





How to perform a compression test with a scope
Relative compression testing using the Snap-On Verus





Secondary Ignition Waveforms (common faults)
In this video, I am showing the following problems: 1. A no fuel misfire 2. An open plug or wire 3. A shorted plug or wire 4. A coil output test





Snapon Secondary Ignition
Using the SAI 2000 with the Modis, or Vantage Pro





Snap-on Software Bundle 12.2
Bundle 12.2 gives you all the solutions that you need to "Master the Unknown" and conquer any problems that roll into your service bay. Software Bundle 12.2 is packed with over 50,400 new and enhanced codes, data, test and tips for driveability, undercar, transmission, diesel, body control and more. Don't fear the unknown -- Master it with Software Bundle 12.2 today! Watch for all the details, then contact your Snap-on Representative and get your upgrade.





Alternator Diode Testing
How to test an alternator for a bad diode. For more on alternator diode testing click on the "Videos" tab on my website (www.scannerdanner.com) under Section 1 lecture video series. This is a case study on a 2006 Chrysler Pacifica where the speedometer read 20 mph while sitting still.




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