Mahle Aftermarket Inc. reports the Mahle Service Solutions TechPRO diagnostic scan tool is now available exclusively through NAPA Auto Parts.
The new tool was designed for busy technicians making it is easy to use and quick to launch.
TechPRO can decode a vehicle identification number (VIN) in seconds with one click. A scan of vehicle-wide diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) on all modules takes 30 seconds or less with the Bluetooth-enabled vehicle communication interface (VCI).
The TechPRO diagnostic scan tool was engineered so technicians have a fast and easy way to diagnose and repair a vehicle by using their current Windows 7, 8 or 10 based tablet, laptop or desktop computer, making it unnecessary to buy or lease extra hardware. All necessary information, including an instructional video and comprehensive user guide, is just a click away. Technicians simply connect via Bluetooth or USB cable (included) and go.
Real-time data streaming with TechPRO provides speed and accuracy. All vehicle data and software updates are downloaded automatically from the Internet. To make a technician‘s job easier, history is collected on practically everything (VIN, vehicle codes, errors, users and more). Plus, TechPRO provides instant pass-thru to repair data on Identifix, Mitchell 1 and IATN.
A subscription to TechPRO includes the VCI and software, and NAPA is offering an exclusive two-year software subscription (normally one-year) with each TechPRO automotive diagnostic system purchased for a price of $1,599. Initial software is domestic 2007 to 2014 with monthly updates and vehicle lines back to 2003. Continual monthly software updates will be made to add 2003 to 2014 Asian software and OBD2 generic 1996 to present.
For $1,999 NAPA offers the same subscription package with an 8-inch Windows tablet included. The same package in a 10-inch tablet is also available for $2,229.
Mahle Service Solutions is making TechPRO available exclusively through NAPA until the end of June 2016.
For more information, visit www.servicesolutions.mahle.com.
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