MAHLE Service Solutions will welcome automotive technicians Bogi Lateiner and Donny Seyfer to its AAPEX booth (No. 2661) for demonstrations of its TechPRO diagnostic scan tool starting Nov. 2 in Las Vegas.
Bogi, an ASE-certified mechanic, is the founder and owner of 180 Degrees Automotive in Phoenix and stars on the Velocity Channel’s “All Girls Garage.”
Seyfer, an ASE Master and L1 Advanced Diagnostic Certified Technician, is the second-generation owner of Seyfer Automotive in Wheat Ridge, Colorado, and current chairman of the Automotive Service Association.
Bogi will conduct the first demo at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 2. Bogi and Seyfer will provide a demo together at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 3, followed by a 2 p.m. demo by Seyfer.
The demonstrations will include greatly improved Asian vehicle coverage since TechPRO was introduced for sale earlier this year, according to MAHLE Service Solutions.
The MAHLE Service Solutions TechPRO diagnostic scan tool was specially designed for technicians. The product can decode a vehicle identification number (VIN) in seconds with one click. A scan of vehicle-wide diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) on all modules takes 30 seconds or less with the Bluetooth-enabled vehicle communication interface (VCI), according to MAHLE Service Solutions.
The TechPRO diagnostic scan tool is made in the U.S. and engineered so technicians have a faster and easier way to diagnose and repair vehicles by using current Windows 7-, 8- or 10-based tablet, laptop or desktop computer, making it unnecessary to buy or lease extra hardware, according to MAHLE Service Solutions.