12-01-2010, 02:54 PM
Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: New Brighton MN
My Ride: 2000 E46 with 254K
I get cars from shops that use that tool. Last week car came in from shop XXXXX that claimed an E83 needed and ABS module due to no com with the Snap on solus. We scanned the module fine reset the codes and aligned the steering angle sensor. problem fixed.
Originally Posted by chowbox
well I know your're in the business to make money. I'm just trying to do a fellow forum member a favor as I wouldn't be charging him anything.
I've never been left high and dry with it. it's not a GT1.
can you please show me examples of people being lead wrong by this tool?
2001 z3 car had supposed code for steering angle sensor, was actually the lateral acceleration sensor.
It can be a good tool just don't trust your life with it
It also cannot program or code modules or align sensors.
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