The patented asTech™ remote diagnostic device is the leading tool for automotive repair shops that want to perform more efficient work and guarantee better results for customers. With the help of our staff of certified master technicians, identifying all of the issues that need repair on any vehicle is easier than ever.
The price is good for dealership-level scans. I have blown a whole lot more money on other scanners that I’ve never really even used. This tool is a whole lot cheaper and very practical financially.
— Kyle Wiersma
The asTech™ offers OEM scans that identify any and all existing issues within the vehicle.
The asTech™ offers OEM scans that identify any and all existing issues with the vehicle. This allows shops to create a full repair plan and order all needed parts before the repair starts.
Supported by Master Technicians
With certified master technicians performing asTech™ scans and making repair recommendations, your technicians can be confident that they are receiving expert advice.
Cloud Based App for Added Convenience
The new Cloud-based app makes the asTech™ even easier and more convenient to use.
Verify All Repairs Have Been Completed
An asTech™ completion scan can minimize return visits from customers by confirming all work has been completed and trouble codes have been reset.
Posted on 05/21/17
SCRS Education Committee Presents - Scanning, Diagnostics and Calibration Roundtable discussion about the importance of really understanding the complexity of the vehicle electronics and technology being placed on todays. Diagnostic trouble codes-MILs showing, MILs not showing, DTC’s introduced during the repair process, Camera systems are all discussed. asTech device discussed and shown at the 13:48 and 16:11 mark.
Posted on 06/13/14
At various times during production of certain vehicle models, American Honda used both Continental and TRW-supplied SRS parts. Although the wiring harnesses and connectors are exactly the same, each supplier has a different way of sending signals between the impact sensors and the SRS unit. This information doesn't apply to Japan-built models or Civic Coupes. All Civic Coupes come with Continental-supplied parts.