SUPPORTING PARTNERS
(2016)
 
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ALERT

NISSAN: NERS 3.06 software version has been release to Nissan-techinfo.com.  This version supports Blank RWD, 5 speed TCM programming.

BMW: Due to an internal software issue in replacement DME modules for the X5 and 3 Series with the N55 engine it is not possible to program the new DME with ISTA/P. This problem affects both dealer and independent workshops. While a solution is being developed for those vehicles, any DME replacements can only be completed at a BMW Center by having a field engineer come in to complete the work. We apologize for this inconvenience and are working to resolve the issue as quickly as possible. (UPDATE: BMW expects a resolution to this issue by July 1, 2016)


OEM NEWS

NISSAN CVT: As discovered in resolving NASTF SIR #726 Nissan discovered that techs outside their dealerships are unable to apply calibration to a used OEM CVT.  Currently calibration data for a used OEM CVT is not available to the independent service professionals.  Nissan is working on making this OEM CVT calibration data available through our www.Nissan-techinfo.com, with an estimated completion date of August 2016. Meanwhile,  to repair this vehicle, the customer has two options: 1) install a Nissan remanufactured or new CVT which will include the calibration CD  2) locate the nearest Nissan dealer to have the CVT calibration data “write” procedure completed. (May 3, 2016) UPDATE: Still in development (July 19, 2016)

OEM NEWS ARCHIVE HERE


NASTF HEADLINES

PROGRAMMING WITH SAE J2534 TOPS NOVEMBER 2 GENERAL MEETING

Aftermarket technical instructors are finding an alarming number of advanced service technicians who have already purchased an SAE J2534 vehicle interface device but have yet to use it in the profitable business of module programming. To address this unfortunate waste of valuable resources, the National Automotive Service Task Force (NASTF) will present a 90-minute session on the topic, November 2, during the NASTF Fall 2016 General Meeting, a featured event in the AAPEX Service Professional Program in Las Vegas, NV.

“Take the Box Outta’ the Box: How to configure your J-device and get started using it” will consist of a presentation, “Installing the OEM’s SAE J2534,” by Drew Technologies’ Vice President, Brian Herron; and be followed by a panel of OEM experts who will discuss “Uses and Limitations of the SAE J2534 tool.”

Read more in the July 11, 2016 press release HERE.

Always get details on NASTF General Meetings HERE.

 


NASTF IN THE NEWS

Marty's Corner, a popular blog published by AE Tools explains the usefulness of the NASTF Vehicle Security Professional program in a July 6, 2016 story titled How to Become a Registered Automotive Locksmith.

 


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About The National Automotive Service Task Force (2 min)

The National Automotive Service Task Force is a not-for-profit organization established to facilitate the identification and correction of gaps in the availability and accessibility of automotive service information, service training, diagnostic tools and equipment, and communications for the benefit of automotive service professionals. NASTF is a cooperative effort among the automotive service industry, the equipment and tool industry and automotive manufacturers.

 

There is no cost to participate in NASTF. If you are a professional auto service technician, shop owner, OEM service employee or any other automotive industry professional supporting the mission of NASTF, please enroll here on our website. Click HERE.

 

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