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The APRIL NEWSLETTER is available to read HERE ON-LINE. Complete coverage of the March 20 NASTF Spring 2014 General Meeting including brief summaries of the J-2534 discussion and the OEM-Aftermarket panel on right-to-repair, the MOU and NASTF.
An OEM, a technician and a tool-maker discuss the J-device pass-through vehicle interface: the original intent, current problems and the future.
The J-2534 pass-through vehicle interface was intended to allow reprogramming software from any vehicle manufacturer to work easily with any J-2534 tool manufacturer. In 2014, we're not there yet.
An OEM association and aftermarket association take the stage at NASTF's Spring 2014 General Meeting, March 20 in Seattle to discuss NASTF and the Memorandum of Understanding, which many hope will end the long and expensive right-to-repair fight.
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The National Automotive Service Task Force will facilitate the identification and correction of gaps in the availability and accessibility of automotive service information, training, diagnostic tools and equipment, and communications to automotive service professionals.
About The National Automotive Service Task Force:
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.
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