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Bartec update covers GM relearns through OBDII

Posted on August 7, 2012

Bartec USA says that as part of its push to bring tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) into focus, the company has released version 48 (R48) for the entire range of TPMS tools.

“TPMS is really about managing real-world scenarios and the real impact they have on your business,” says Bartec CEO Scot Holloway. “Only Bartec is actively working to keep their customers the best informed, the best trained, and best supported in the TPMS industry.”

The Bartec range of websites helps to inform tire dealers and consumers alike. The Bartec Top Gun Training Program prepares repair technicians to handle real life TPMS. The Bartec Technical Support Team is available 12 hours a day. Monday – Friday.

With R48, Bartec is adding class leading OBD COMS coverage for GM vehicles on the Tech 400SD platform. This will allow the technician to write sensor IDs directly into the control module as well as check vehicle DTC (Diagnostic Trouble Codes). Only the Tech400 returns TPMS RELATED DTC’s making the diagnostic and repair job easier and faster, says Bartec.

For more information visit www.bartecusa.com.

Related Topics: Bartec USA, Repair Software, Scot Holloway, TPMS, wheel service

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