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Snap-on Handheld Users Group

Professional automotive forum, sponsored and run by Snap-on, for discussion of Snap-on Scanner Scan Tool, SOLUS, MODIS, VERUS®, ETHOS®, Vantage®, and VERDICT®. Messages may include, but are not limited to: vehicle datastream communication, component and system testing, glitch capturing, waveform analysis, waveform sharing, DSO and multimeter usage, and other Snap-on related topics. This forum is for experienced automotive repair professionals only, membership required.

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Recent Automotive Discussions in the Snap-on Handheld Users Group

Solus pro 15.2 cylinder contribution?
06/29/2015 in the Snap-on Handheld Users Group
I just updated my solus pro to the latest software. Useing the cylinder contribution functional test today and I noticed a lot of activity, much more than I saw before I updated. I hooked up to another known good running ford and noticed similar results. ...
Verus pairing question
06/21/2015 in the Snap-on Handheld Users Group
I was curious about the wireless scope function . I know you can usb connect the module to the verus itself . Not really wireless IMHO . It seems the Verdidt M4 scope meter does this without that usb , if I am correct . Can you purchase that meter ( 1700....
Correct day on scanner
06/21/2015 in the Snap-on Handheld Users Group
Cant up date with correct day. How do I do it?
upgrading from Solus Pro
06/19/2015 in the Snap-on Handheld Users Group
Ok I have a Solus Pro with 15.2. I am getting damn tired of the adaptors and key swapping many times a day. Getting to be time consuming. So I thought about updating to a Solus Edge. 90% of stuff with the same connector. Just wondering is there any down s...
Vantage Ultra leads question
06/17/2015 in the Snap-on Handheld Users Group
Test driving a new Vantage Ultra. There's no mention in the included paper literature what the dual ground jacks are for on the leads. One looks like a 'normal' 90 degree jack just like the positive side and ground has two 90 degree jacks- the one in ques...