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CAS Announces Latest Gscan Software Update

CAS announced that E-ZDS has recently released the next major software update for their Gscan line of diagnostic scanners.

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CAS announced that E-ZDS has recently released the next major software update for their Gscan line of diagnostic scanners. With this latest release, the Gscan series of tools (Gscan2, G-Scan3 and GscanTab) are receiving updates to more than 20 specific car lines including GM, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota/Lexus, Nissan/Infinity, Mercedes-Benz, VW/Audi, Honda/Acura and others. Along with the multiple car lines being updated and added to, the new software includes an expansion of Gscan capacities as a J2534 interface device.

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This update also includes multiple specific enhancements that were added as the direct result of Gscan2 customers providing feedback to the engineering team directly from their GScan.

“This is the third major release in 2019 for the GScan series of tools,” said John Jenkins, president of CAS. “Pre-scan/post-scan, an enormous list of ADAS calibration functions, expanding vehicle coverage, the enabling of security access capabilities for Hyundai/Kia vehicles and now J2534 makes the GScan one of the most capable as well as one of the best-value scan tools on the market.”

Current customers under subscription are encouraged to update their GScan immediately. GScan owners wishing to purchase a subscription are encouraged to call CAS at (877) 263-4897. There is also a 135-page PDF file available for download here. The document provides a listing of all the recently added coverages and special functions. See the latest “What’s New September 2019” document on the “Multi-Line scanners” page.

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