Snap-on releases updated diagnostics software

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Updated Jul 21, 2017

Snap-on Pro Link UltraSnap-on introduces the EEHD867003 PRO-LINK Ultra Cummins Engines v. 2.0 software as the newest addition to the PRO-LINK Ultra Diagnostic System.

Snap-on says the PRO-LINK line is a heavy-duty diagnostics system that assists technicians in diagnosing heavy-duty vehicles, allowing technicians to pinpoint the problem, saving valuable shop time.

The system reads active/inactive faults, clears faults, and provides engine and after-treatment support and data.

“Technicians can quickly and efficiently troubleshoot, and perform a variety of diagnostic tests on Cummins engines from EPA 2007-current using the EEHD867003,” says David Shock, a Snap-on product manager. “The 2.0 version of the software includes several new features, including proprietary fault and data point descriptions, DPF history, and the ability to change max vehicle speed.”

According to Snap-on, special tests have been added to the 2.0 release, including AFT maintenance and history and the option to reset trip information. Additionally, several other special tests are still supported by this release, including the AFT DEF system leak test, the AFT DPF regeneration test, the AFT SCR performance test and the ATF shutoff valve and injector override test.

Programmable parameters have also been added, including the ability to change maximum cruise control speed, change maximum vehicle speed, enable/disable cruise control and idle shut down timers. The PRO-LINK Ultra Cummins Engines v. 2.0 will make diagnosing Cummins electronic engines easier and faster, the company says.

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