Up for Sale is a SNAP On MT2500 Asian thru 2001 Fast Track Troubleshooter Diagnostic CARTRIDGE w/ OBD-II Insight.The Pics show both this cartridge & the Asian Transmission Troubleshooter Cartridge. This Listing is just for the Non-Transmission Cartridge. The other Transmission Cartridge is on a separate listing. If interested in it too, just check out my other listings.
Snap On Mt2500 Asian 2001 Fast Track Troubleshooter Diagnostic Cartridge on 2040-parts.com
Mount Carmel, Illinois, US
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