Covering commercial vehicles from light diesels to Class 8 heavy-duty trucks, Snap-on’s Pro-Link Ultra offers licensed and tested, OEM-proprietary coverage for major systems such as engines, transmissions, ABS, instrument cluster, emissions, SCR, body controls and more. This makes the tool ideal for everything from fleets, dealerships and owner-operators to repair shops, municipalities and mobile truck services. Pro-Link Ultra provides a wide range of coverage for the systems used by the major OEMs including Freightliner, International, Volvo, Mack, Paccar, Kenworth, and Peterbilt.

Pro-Link Ultra provides maintenance functions that let technicians read and clear fault codes, monitor vehicle and driver performance with trip data, create health reports and view live system data. It also includes powerful repair functions such as live data graphing for finding problems, special tests to verify component failures, and the ability to program replacement components and perform custom ECU programming.

Pro-Link Ultra offers highly intuitive operation with a bright screen that’s easily readable in any lighting conditions, making it as functional as it is comprehensive.

Features of Pro-Link Ultra include, shared user interface for all makes, touch-screen operation, live data recordings, 16GB solid state drive to store data and software upgrades, HDMI port to connect to external monitor, SD card slot to store and share test results, WiFi and Ethernet port for networking and internet access and a USB port for a memory stick, keyboard, printer or other accessories.

“With Pro-Link Ultra, technicians have the ability to read and diagnose virtually any truck that pulls into their shop without having to jump from system to system and without spending time online or on the phone with multiple OEMs to find the information they need to get the job done,” said Tom Kotenko, general manager, Snap-on Business Solutions. “Pro-Link Ultra delivers the broadest coverage ever offered in a handheld diagnostic tool.”

Originally posted on Trucking Info