The Mac TaskMaster Offers High-End Diagnosis with a Mid-Range Price Tag

The Mac TaskMaster Offers High-End Diagnosis with a Mid-Range Price Tag

When it comes to diagnostic equipment, technicians need a quality product with the latest technology they can rely on to take care of their customers. But quality products sometimes come with a high asking price. Mac Tools fills the need for a top quality, mid-priced diagnostic tool with the new Mac TaskMaster.

When it comes to diagnostic equipment, technicians need a quality product with the latest technology they can rely on to take care of their customers. But quality products sometimes come with a high asking price. Mac Tools fills the need for a top-quality, mid-priced diagnostic tool with the new Mac TaskMaster.

Powered by Mac Mentor technology, the new tool covers early OBD I and all OBD II protocols, including the newly released CAN, which is mandated in all vehicles by model year 2008. The ergonomic design makes the tool easy to grip while testing vehicles. Never before has the diagnostic power of the Mac Mentor been available in a competitively priced mid-range scan tool.

Additional features include:
•Large 320 by 240 monochrome graphics display screen with backlight;
•Customized data views in line graph, LED or digital format with the push of a button;
•Displays repair information by sensor data item descriptions, typical sensor values and repair strategy footnotes with live data;
•Gas and diesel engine coverage;
•OEM-enhanced support of powertrain, transmission, ABS and airbag systems; and
•On-screen text and CD-based manuals in English, Spanish and French.

The Mac Taskmaster is available through local distributors, by calling (800) MAC-TOOLS or visiting www.mactools.com.

Mac Tools Offers $5.00 Off Coupon
Be sure to look on page 3 of the February issue of TechShop – Equipment, Tools and Supplies magazine for a $5.00 off coupon that is valid for a $5.00 savings on a single purchase of $100 or more from your Mac Tools distributor. The coupon expires on June 30, 2006.
Note: TechShop is the yellow tool magazine that was delivered with your February issue of Brake & Front End, ImportCar or Underhood Service magazine.

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