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Professional automotive forum for discussion of automotive tools, equipment and products. Although product representatives for tool & equipment companies do participate in a helpful way, this forum (like all areas of iATN) does not permit any advertising, so the discussion that takes place is by and for the users of the products. Discussion of special tool uses, solutions, and best practices. This forum is for experienced automotive repair professionals only, membership required.

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Recent Automotive Discussions in the Automotive Tool & Equipment Forum

autel maxiscope
06/28/2017 in the Tool & Equipment Forum
hi all, so i have an autel maxiscope that accompanies the maxisys tablet. does anyone know of a longer cable that works with this setup, like the one between the scope and the tablet. i tried using a female/female usb coupler and a 10 foot usb cable, but ...
Robinair 34700Z Parts needed. Source suggestions?
06/28/2017 in the Tool & Equipment Forum
We have a Robinair 34700Z and need the following parts. The service center doesn't want to sell them to us without doing the labor. Their first repair order was $2900 claiming it required alot of repairs that we knew it did not. So far Century tool se...
AutoLogic bought by Drewtech parent co
06/28/2017 in the Tool & Equipment Forum
well well well. Looks like AutoLogic will get the funding they need after all to venture into third party programming licensing. I spoke to a team member there that said this was being looked into, that they already had the contracts in place just not the...
GM TPMS sensor
06/28/2017 in the Tool & Equipment Forum
General question about GM tpms sensors-i got the basic NAPA brand reset tool and it does not give battery life at all for GM. Do Gm tpms sensors give out battery levels on any reset tools that anybody can tell me?
Mastercool Hydraulic Flaring Tool
06/28/2017 in the Tool & Equipment Forum
I love my Mastercool Hydraulic Flaring tool, but seem to have problems with making the GM fuel line connections. They almost always leak and are easily over-tightened to ruin the O-ring. They seem to look OK, almost identical to the factory flare. Anyone ...

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