⚙️OEM vs Aftermarket Scan Tools
⚙️The Critical Role of Software Updates for Scan Tools
⚙️From the Field: NASTF Certification
⚙️CAS IS HIRING
⚙️Laptop Upgrades: HDD to SSD
OEM vs. Aftermarket Scan Tools:
Weighing the Benefits for Automotive Technicians
When it comes to diagnosing and repairing modern vehicles, automotive technicians rely on diagnostic scan tools to access vital information from a vehicle's onboard computer. With a wide range of options available, shop owners often face the challenge of choosing between Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) scan tools and aftermarket alternatives. In this article, we will explore the benefits of both options, helping you make an informed decision about the best fit for your shop's operational needs.
The Critical Role of Software Updates in Automotive Scan Tools
Howard Sanders: Field Rep Eastern Michigan
From The Field - NASTF LSID Certification
- 2015-2016 Jeep Renegade BCM’s due to FCA’s use of 2017 Renegade BCM for replacement requiring a $30, 3 day Expiring Tech Authority SKIM or Security Access Pin (dealer SKIM Pin does not work).
- 2015 & Newer Ford SJB/BCM/GEM replacements requiring a parameter reset to complete.
- Any “push button start” Ford that requires PCM replacement (oldest seen by CAS Reps- 2008 Ford Fusion Requiring NASTF Credentials).
CAS is Hiring
- A technical background in diagnostics and repair.
- A comfortable knowledge of PC's and windows.
- A desire to work with other techs providing technical support and training.
- Company provided demonstration tools. Both OEM and aftermarket.
- Generous compensation plan
- Health Insurance plan
- Retirement plan
- Ongoing Technical Training
- An opportunity for both higher income and personal growth
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