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Otc3895 Touch Deluxe Scan Tool on 2040-parts.com

US $3,377.54
Location:

Colonia, New Jersey, US

Colonia, New Jersey, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details: Part Brand:OTC Manufacturer Part Number:3895 Warranty:Yes

Introducing an Unmatched Repair Suite Includes a ruggedized 10" high resolution display tablet, J2534-1 / -2 compliant

  • Vehicle Communications Interface (VCI), 10 OEM adapters, OBD II cable, USB cable, 12V power cable, AC power supply and custom carrying case.
  • AutoDetectTM - Genisys Touch software automatically detects and alerts the technician of on-tool or web-based repair information
  • Embedded Training Videos Videos within live diagnostic sessions don't interrupt workflow
  • Connectivity - Partner up with the included OTC J2534 Communication Device. Or pair up with the optional PC-based 2-Channel Tech-Scope® or TPR Tool via long-range Class 1 Bluetooth®
  • Go Home Early Today - Shorten your diagnostic time, maximize billable labor hours, and get the repair done from Code-to-Fix® faster than ever before
  • Genisys Touch™ Deluxe Kit P/N 3895 Includes a ruggedized 10” high resolution display tablet, J2534-1 / -2 compliant Vehicle Communications Interface (VCI), 10 OEM adapters, OBD II cable, USB cable, 12V power cable, AC power supply and custom carrying case.
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