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Main components of the VAS 5051

Why another new diagnostic system?

Modern electronics makes our cars increasingly safe, comfortable and environment-friendly.

Use of the VAS 5051 enables fault finding on the vehicle to be carried out more rationally, pre- cisely, clearly and economically:

The associated increased networking of the elec- tronic vehicle systems makes fault finding increasingly complex and time-intensive.

Since the previous vehicle system testers only indicate the path in which the fault is to be found, fault finding is sometimes delayed by lengthy measurements and studying of various workshop manuals.

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    Because you receive exact instructions on what you have to do and where in all phases of the "Guided Fault Finding" on the touchscreen; operating faults are practically eliminated.

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    Because the fault memories of the control units are read via the diagnostic interface to the vehicle, and an objective test plan is automatically derived from this.

The frequently used suspicion-based repairs result in unnecessary burdens on the customers and the mechanics as a result of multiple repairs.

The VAS 5051 vehicle diagnostic, testing and information system is now putting an end to this situation.

The new system combines the vehicle self-diag- nosis, test instruments and technical documentation with state-of-the-art technology.

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    Because you can select hierarchically listed data from selection lists for vehicle identifi- cation, input of fault characteristics or selection of functions, groups of compo- nents and individual components.

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    Because you can display associated docu- mentation for selected functions, groups of components or individual components, and print this if required.

Because of its state-of-the-art technology and future-oriented capabilities, all workshops of the group worldwide will be equipped with the new VAS 5051.

The VAS 5051 can be used for all marques of the Volkswagen Group.

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