Permanents DTC's: How Mode 10 Can Protect Repair Shops ​​​​​​​from Unnecessary Warranty Repairs

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Join us for a FREE 1-hour webinar on September 30, 2020 at 7:00pm EST, focused on permanent DTC's and how Mode 10 can protect your shop from unnecessary warranty repairs.

Sign Up: bit​.​ly/363yV8J

Topics Covered:

  • What is Mode $0A
  • Why is Mode $0A important?
  • When is a vehicle TRULY repaired?
  • What you need to use Mode $0A
  • Mode $06 & Emissions Inspections
  • Why “no codes” may not truly be no codes
  • How to Ensure You Have the Proper Tooling to Meet Changing Emissions ​​Standards

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Randy Analyst
Colorado
Randy
 

......."permanent DTC's and how Mode 10"...... To be clear, are you doing both mode $10 and permanent DTCs $0A? $0A I have down but I would love a class on mode $10. Which vehicles? Is it a UDS class? Thanks,

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Mike Instructor
California
Mike
 

Hi Randy, I guess we will have to attend to find out.

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Tony Owner/Technician
Missouri
Tony
 

Hi Randy. It seems that a one hour program which mentions $0A in the details would only cover the permanent DTC topic. Do you know if UDS is being displayed by any aftermarket scantools yet? I am a dinosaur who works on dinosaurs so I don't expect to see it soon. GM and others have done something similar in terms of reporting codes with a subcode for some time but I suspect these are not…

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Randy Analyst
Colorado
Randy
 

UDS has been used for over a decade and with aftermarket tools. I am no expert by any means and why I would like to take classes on it but a telltale of UDS is 3 byte DTCs (you said sub code). We have had those for some time. Legislated UDS for OBD is coming in a couple years and the J1979.2 should be ready soon which will define the UDS standard for OBD. OPUS certainly has the expertise to put…

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