Preliminary findings will be presented at ToolTech 2013 in San Diego, California April 23-25, 2013.
The Illinois-based Equipment and Tool Institute (ETI) says a new survey on flash reprogramming is designed to help its members bring new and improved equipment and tools to the marketplace.
The survey is an update to research done in 2009, and is intended to determine how familiar automotive repair facilities are with flash reprogramming – or J2534 as it is also known.
ETI plans to use this research to help all segments of the automotive industry provide aftermarket shops with better flash reprogramming solutions. Preliminary findings will be presented at ToolTech 2013 in San Diego, California April 23-25, 2013.
DVDs with the complete study information including spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, and documents will be made available to all attendees.
Owners and employees of automotive repair facilities can participate in the survey at www.emartecgroup.com/PR/PRlogin.html
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