AirPro Diagnostics Approved for Subaru Certified Collision Network

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March 19, 2019—AirPro Diagnostics announced Monday that Subaru engineers have tested, certified and approved the AirPro scan tool. 

Body shops already utilizing the AirPro solution can check that box in the Subaru Collision Repair Network certification criteria. Subaru is the latest manufacturer, following a similar announcement by General Motors last week, to test and validate that AirPro’s comprehensive scanning and service solution meets their requirements.

Subaru requires vehicles from model year 2004 and forward involved in a collision have pre-repair scanning performed to properly identify systems and malfunctions present before repairs begin. Additionally, Subaru requires post-repair scanning to be performed on these vehicles. Post repair scanning is critical in ensuring the malfunctioning items have been repaired, in addition to clearing all DTCs and documenting appropriate calibrations and initializations performed.

AirPro Diagnostics has initiated hardware and software pricing for shops seeking SCCN membership. Existing AirPro Clients must update their AirPro shop profile and subscription in order to receive Genuine Subaru Diagnostic Software installation.  AirPro Diagnostics applies recurring scan-tool software updates to continuously meet SCCN requirements as they are released by Subaru USA.

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