Pro-Link Training

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Snap-on has added Pro-Link Ultra training modules to its training-specific website. The 10 modules, which are offered as instructional videos, are designed to help technicians navigate the features and functionality of the heavy-duty diagnostic tool.

Snap-on's Pro-Link UltraThe modules cover the following topics:

•           Introduction and navigation: start-up, controls, touchscreen

•           Internet connection, registration, software updates

•           Diagnostics trouble codes: reading fault codes, clearing fault codes, freeze frame

•           Data lists, quick list, data graphing, vehicle specifications

•           Vehicle calibrations

•           Setup and configuration, touchscreen calibration, setting the date/time stamp

•           Data recording and playback

•           Vehicle reports

The training modules are available to technicians 24 hours a day, seven days a week, whenever it’s most convenient. They’re all free of charge and technicians can revisit the training sessions as often as necessary to learn at their own pace and comfort level.

Each module is hosted by national field trainer Jim Moritz. With over 30 years of experience in automotive diagnostics, engineering, marketing, training and technical support, he has developed over 100 training courses and trained over 100,000 students.

Covering commercial vehicles from light diesels to class 8 heavy-duty trucks, Pro-Link Ultra offers licensed and tested, OEM-proprietary coverage for major systems such as engines, transmissions, ABS, instrument cluster, emissions, SCR, body controls, and more. It offers a wide range of coverage for the systems used by the major OEMs including Freightliner, International, Volvo, Mack, Paccar, Kenworth and Peterbilt.

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