Snap-on has added seven videos to help professional technicians navigate the features and functionality of the P1000 scan tool for the motorcycle industry,
The videos can be accessed at http://diagnostics.snapon.com/trainingsolutions and can be viewed free-of-charge.
The Training Solutions videos teach technicians how they can get the most out of their P1000 diagnostic tool through short instructional sessions on specific topics, allowing them to quickly get answers on different aspects of tool operation.
Topics include basic setup and navigation, vehicle identification process, functional tests and more. Visit the Snap-on website for a complete list of subjects. Training Solutions videos provide quality product training that is available to technicians 24 hours-a-day, seven days-a-week, when it is most convenient for them. They can revisit the training sessions as often as necessary to learn at their own pace and comfort level.
Each module is hosted by National Field Trainer Jim Moritz. With over 30 years of experience in automotive diagnostics, engineering, marketing, training and technical support, he has developed over 100 training courses and trained over 100,000 students.
His memberships and certifications include NASTF, ETI, SAE and ASE. With the P1000, technicians can take on more jobs with access to comprehensive OEM-specific bike coverage for nine domestic, Asian and European makes as far back as 2000, including Harley-Davidson, BMW, Victory, Indian, Ducati, Yamaha, Honda, Kawasaki and Suzuki.
The P1000 provides complete diagnostics in one tool, including fault codes to identify the problem as well as live data graphing to pinpoint the issue. With functional tests, technicians can accelerate maintenance tasks such as brake bleeding, service light reset, compression tests and fuel tank drain.
Relearns and adaptations enable technicians to get component problems fixed and get the bike back on the road. To learn more information about the new P1000 motorcycle scan tool, visit http://www.snapon.com/diagnostics/us/p1000 or talk to a Snap-on franchisee or other sales representative