Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Advanced Diagnostic Pin Saver Adapter | Penn Locksmith

Advanced Diagnostics has released a new product that locksmiths are sure to love, especially those who are constantly completing car key services during which they must use the Advanced Diagnostic Pro tool. The new product is an accessory to the existing Pro and Classic testers which are used to program transponder car keys to a vehicle’s computer. This new product, the Advanced Diagnostic Pin Save Adapter helps to reduce the wear and tear that can occur on the Advanced Diagnostic tester tools mentioned above. At a small cost, this adapter is able to save locksmiths money and hassle in the long-run, just as a locksmith aims to do when completing car key services for one of their customers.


What does the Advanced Diagnostic Pin Saver Adapter Do?

Without the Advanced Diagnostic Pin Saver Adapter, auto locksmiths are constantly plugging and unplugging the pins which allow for cord connection can become damaged. Since there are 25 pins inside of the connector it can be easy for just one to become damaged, which would disable the locksmith’s Advanced Diagnostic tester. In order to prevent this, the Advanced Diagnostic Pin Save Adapter attached to the tester and can remain connected even after use. By having this function the adapter is able to prevent much of the wear and tear that occurs during the insertion and removal of the master OBD cord. If wear and tear such as this can not be kept to a minimum then a repair for the locksmith’s Advanced Diagnostic may be necessary. This can be a costly repair for a locksmith to need to have completed.

Why are Advanced Diagnostic Tools Important?

While locksmiths have been familiar with the need for programming tools that can be provided by Advanced Diagnostic, some customer may not fully realize the need for such advanced technology for car keys. Transponder car keys have made it much more difficult for locksmiths to complete replacement car keys and made it necessary for tools like Advanced Diagnostic testers. Testers allow for a locksmith to properly program the transponder chip inside of the car’s key to the car’s computer. Without properly communicating chips, a car key will not start a transponder system vehicle, even if the key is cut perfectly.

The technicians at Penn Locksmith, as well as many locksmiths around the world, rely on the technology that Advanced Diagnostic produced to be able to offer car key services as conveniently as possible for customers. For locksmiths who do choose to purchase the Advanced Diagnostic Pin Saver Adapter, there are long-term savings. Being able to avoid the need to send an Advanced Diagnostic tool away for repair keeps business flowing and reduces repair costs, in some cases it may be possible for locksmiths to pass this savings on to their customers. It certainly remains to be seen how effective this new Advanced Diagnostic tool is at preventing wear and tear, but if it delivers as promised, locksmiths will be in for a pleasant surprise. At a cost of just around $16 it would definitely be worth the small investment for any locksmith who is using an advanced diagnostic tool to program their car keys.