Wheel alignment and ADAS calibration connect like pieces in a jigsaw puzzle.
A vehicle passes through Hunter’s unmanned inspection system in about 5 seconds.
Imaging technology and user-friendly software are some of the features of this new system offering premium performance.
The John Bean V2280 features high resolution cameras for accurate alignment readings and fault diagnosis.
One of the offerings of the new John Bean V2100 Wheel Alignment System is the VIN scanner that allows the user to have immediate access to vehicle history. This optional feature allows the user to easily find the VIN number and starts the alignment process automatically.
Now customers with tighter space requirements in their service drives can perform Quick Check and Quick Tread inspections.
Hunter Quick Check inspection systems now feature diagnostic health reports generated by Identifix Code Assist technology.
Aligning the 2003-2008 Honda Pilot is not difficult. The first-generation Pilot shares the same suspension design as the Odyssey and rear suspension design with the Accord. The Pilot is the largest vehicle Honda manufacturers, and has no TSBs issued for alignment or tire-wear problems. Most TSBs for these vehicles focus on steering column noise, but the majority of these are for a limited number of vehicles only.