Redline Launches New EasyConnect®

Redline Launches New EasyConnect®

Redline Launches New EasyConnect®

ORANGE, Calif., March 18, 2021Redline Detection, the world’s leader in diagnostic leak detection technology, announced today the launch of EasyConnect®. Compatible with any smoke machine, the EasyConnect® kit allows technicians to quickly hook up a smoke machine into an EVAP system for fast, accurate diagnostics and leak detecting on vehicles with no EVAP port connectivity.

Most late model vehicles no longer have an EVAP service port and quick disconnects make hooking up a smoke machine difficult. With EasyConnect®, technicians can snap the T-shaped adapters into an easily accessible line, like a line near the purge valve, then connect their smoke machine to the EVAP system. EasyConnect® forms a complete seal for fast, accurate leak testing.

“This is a time-consuming problem technicians face while servicing newer vehicles. We have had an overwhelming response to this product; there is a tremendous need for this and several thousand sets of EasyConnect® are already working in the field. This is a simple solution to help technicians and shop owners work faster, work smarter, and do the best job for their customers,” said Alex Parker, CMO of Redline Detection.

The EasyConnect® test kit comes with 4 different sized adapters plus 4 add-on components for quick connection to most late model automobiles and light-duty trucks. EasyConnect® comes in a compact and durable storage case and is compatible with any smoke machine.

About Redline Detection

Redline Detection, headquartered in Orange, Calif., develops and manufactures the world’s best-selling diagnostic leak detection equipment. From the world’s leading OEMs to individual technicians, Redline Detection has built a global fan base for its professional grade custom diagnostic solutions, as well as its ability to increase the bottom line. To learn more about Redline Detection and its award-winning products, please visit


Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published