Launch Tech USA announces the release of GM V35.5 -

Launch Tech USA announces the release of GM V35.5

Launch’s vehicle coverage spans virtually every vehicle make sold in the United States.

Launch Tech USA, headquartered in Los Angeles, CA, has released its new General Motors V35.5 software, making its scan tool powerful for domestic as well as import coverage.
"Launch is known as the aftermarket OE-level scan tool choice for import coverage, but not for domestics — until now," explains Harlan Siegel, vice president, Diagnostics. "Launch is serious about enhancing its domestic capability to that of a factory-level scan tool. Challenge our new GM V35.5 release against any aftermarket scan tool and you will be amazed."
All subscribers will receive the GM V35.5 free, along with the new Ford OE release, which is scheduled for October.
Launch’s vehicle coverage spans virtually every vehicle make sold in the United States. The software not only provides vast vehicle coverage but also highly sought-after functions such as full OBD II test mode coverage, key and module programming, adaptive resets and relearn procedures.

From factory cylinder balance tests and SDM S/N set up to ABS brake bleeding and more, Launch scan tools offer OE capability — and now with domestic coverage as well.
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