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PRO-LINK Ultra for Light-, Medium-Duty Trucks

February 1, 2018 - Products

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Snap-on

Snap-on continues to add to its suite of problem-solving scan tool products with the EEHD866048 PRO-LINK Ultra Diagnostic Software for Light and Medium Trucks (LMT). This version of LMT software expands support provided in previous versions to include the diagnostic capability for 2013-2016 GM and Isuzu.

New features included in this release include DEF Control Module Support for the Isuzu 2013–2016 N-Series, as well as Body Module Support (Instrument Cluster and Restraint Module) for Ford 2011–2016 (F-150, F-Series Super Duty, E-Series, Transit), and Dodge/RAM 2011–2016 (RAM 1500–5500). Coverage has also been added for 2016 GM, Ford, and Dodge/RAM.

This edition offers enhanced coverage with diagnostic and testing capability for smaller-sized truck engines, brakes and transmission systems for Ford (2000–2016); and now supports 6.7L Powerstroke engines in addition to GM (1999–2016), Dodge/RAM (2006–2016) and Isuzu (2005–2016).

The new EEHD866048 PRO-LINK Ultra Diagnostic Scan Tool Software for Light and Medium Trucks (LMT) includes live data and powerful special tests and calibrations for a wider range of vehicles. EEHD866048U Update Software for the PRO-LINK Ultra Diagnostic Scan Tool is available for owners of the 2014 and prior LMT version of the software.                                      

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