Delphi announces three new diagnostic scan tools and flash programmers, including 36 accessories, covering North American and Asian applications.
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Part numbers are SV34000, SV34001, SV34002, SV34003, SV34004, SV34006, SV34007, SV34008, SV34009, SV34010, SV34011, SV34012, SV34013, SV34014, SV34015, SV34016, SV34017, SV34018, SV34019, SV34020, SV34021, SV34025, SV34026, SV34029, SV34030, SV34031, SV34032, SV34033, SV34034, SV34035, SV34036, SV34037, SV34038, SV34039, SV34040, SV34041, SV34042, SV34043, SV34044.
Information is available on delphi.com/am. Inventory is available now.
Operating on a PC platform, technicians connect the tool to the OBDII connector under the instrument panel to determine trouble codes and are guided to the suspect area. As part of Delphi’s AutoIQ Service Solution, technicians have access to the latest OE data and software, as well as receive current OE-based service repair information, dedicated ASE-certified support, advanced training, a new mobile eCatalog and Delphi's Connected Car Telematics Solution. Technicians can also use the tool to link with technical and historical data or search the Internet for additional information.
Integrates Into Any Shop’s Existing Platform
Each of the three technician-focused kits includes cables, adaptors, external VCI power supply diagnostic software, flash reprogramming, rugged carrying case and one-year warranty. No keys or adapters are required. The simple vehicle connection uses a standard OBDII J1962 connector. Delphi also offers a compact, WiFi-ready touch-screen tablet PC as an alternative to the handheld tool and in-house workshop operations.
Complete coverage for all domestic and leading Asian vehicles starts with the 1996 model year, with European applications available in early 2013. The tool covers hundreds of modules and thousands of active commands for each manufacturer's powertrain, body and chassis systems.
The tool is designed for expanded capabilities and can be updated through Internet downloads. Through yearly updates, Technicians can stay ahead of diagnostic systems from the latest generation of vehicles on the market.
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