Denso adds reset option to e-Videns solution


Denso’s innovative vehicle inspection tool, e-Videns, has been further enhanced with the addition of vehicle reset functionality.

The unique solution now features options for service interval resets and diagnostic trouble code resets. The update enables technicians to access the same reset functions available with OE equipment, eliminating the need to switch to other reset equipment.

Denso’s e-Videns solution can now perform a Service Interval Reset (SIR) and a Diagnostic Trouble Code Reset (DTCR). The SIR can be manual or automatic, depending on the make and model of the vehicle and includes service time and mileage, oil time and mileage, brake and MOT.

Diagnostic Trouble Code Reset functionality enables technicians to quickly and easily reset the check engine light, with e-Videns rescanning all vehicle systems to confirm the codes have been reset.

Available when the reset license is activated and e-Videns inspection results are saved, a vehicle reset stores all relevant servicing information in the cloud, printing data in both customer and repairer reports. A reset is required on most vehicles following maintenance work.

Gerard Magielsen, Denso Senior Engineer, commented: “Thanks to technology such as e-Videns, the Denso brand continues to be synonymous with innovation throughout the aftermarket. We are committed to developing all our products to ensure that we continue to offer technicians OE quality parts and performance. The ability for e-Videns to trigger a service interval reset and a diagnostic trouble code reset not only gives independent technicians access to technology based on OE products, but will also help them boost efficiency when working with all types of vehicle.

“Our development to e-Videns continues. Not only is the tool now available worldwide in 15 different languages, development resumes to ensure that it remains the most comprehensive, user-friendly and cutting-edge vehicle inspection tool available to the aftermarket.”

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