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.
Visit for more information.

You May Also Like

AAPEX Named One of 50 Fastest-Growing Shows in 2023  

This is the second consecutive year that AAPEX earned a spot in TSE’s Fastest 50 Class.

Trade Show Executive (TSE) has recognized AAPEX as one of the 50 fastest-growing trade shows that took place in the United States in 2023, marking the second consecutive year for the event to earn its place on TSE’s Fastest 50 Class. 

AAPEX 2023 made the Fastest 50 honoree list in two categories: Net Square Feet of Exhibit Space and Exhibiting Companies. The event had a sold-out show floor and welcomed more than 2,600 exhibiting manufacturer and supplier companies representing 42 countries.   

TOPDON USA Makes $25,000 Donation to TechForce Foundation

TOPDON has donated over $66K to aid organizations & schools that are dedicated to preparing the next generation of technicians.

DENSO, Manufacture 2030 Partner to Improve Sustainability

DENSO’s targets include reducing the carbon outputs of its global supply chain by 25%, by the 2030 fiscal year.

BBB Industries Releases Corporate Sustainability Report

This year, BBB set a goal to decrease its scope 1 and scope 2 emissions by 50 percent before 2027.

Bendix Releases Technical Materials for ADAS Support

They are designed to help technicians properly set up, inspect, and diagnose several components integrated with ADAS.

Other Posts

Continental Celebrates Expansion in South Carolina

The 90,000-square-foot-building has capacity for 350 employees and is designed and built for future expansion potential.

Dana to Participate in Easter Jeep Safari 2024

The event will take place in Moab, Utah, March 23-31.

MEMA Applauds EPA on Light- and Medium-Duty Emission Standards

MEMA says the EPA final rule includes an amended and more comprehensive analysis of technological alternatives.

ZF Aftermarket Releases 80 New Parts

The latest additions expand coverage to more than 5 million vehicles in operation.