2021 – A Year of Tremendous Growth
Welcome to the Diesel Repair blog,
As a company, we experienced tremendous growth, and our team of experts worked all year to add new information, new modules, and even more tools to make sure you have the most up-to-date, accurate, and reliable diagnostic and repair information database available.
Did you know we now have more than 40,000 users on our Diesel Parts and Repair platforms? It’s been a crazy year for user growth – just in December over 2,000 new users created accounts on Diesel Repair. Every day new users from all over the world join our platforms to obtain all the repair information they need to fit their shop’s needs.
Diesel Dictionary is Here
Our new Diesel Dictionary is your free tool to help you gain a better understanding of the world of commercial trucks. Are you going to use a cheater bar on those budds on that cornbinder? Or have you checked the TDC on that Cummins ISX2350? Maybe to test that engine we should run it at WOT? If it is one thing our industry is great at, it is creating acronyms and industry jargon. These acronyms are commonly used in repair information including wiring diagrams, remove & replace instructions, recalls, and other technical documents.
Next time you hear an acronym that’s got you scratching your head, check out the Diesel Dictionary!
New Mobile Apps
We’re now on the Google Play Store! Make sure you check out Diesel Repair on the Play Store, and you’ll have access whether you’re in the office or on the go.
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Massive Platform Updates
We added over 300,000 pages of repair info to Diesel Repair in 2021, and have no plans on stopping! We even expanded our database, adding recalls and TSBs into the mix, giving you the most complete repair picture available on the market today.
New repair information is being added to our database every week to give you the most accurate and reliable repair information available.
Haven’t signed up yet? Now is a great time – click here to get started today!
Coming Soon to Diesel Repair
New applications and features are being worked on to ensure you will have the most advanced digital experience with our platforms. One new feature coming soon to Diesel Repair includes a new application called Testing Procedures.
Testing Procedures such as fuel system pressure tests, engine oil pressure tests, cylinder leak down tests play a vital role when troubleshooting and diagnosing issues. These tests are very important for technicians to complete the repair in a timely fashion, and we will soon provide detailed instructions on how to perform them for key repairs.
Our team is also working on adding a few other new free applications that will be added to your Diesel Repair account to make your repairs easier and less costly. New features will be announced soon throughout 2022.
See You in 2022!
As we enter 2022, we are excited to announce that we are attending several trade shows including HDAW, TMC, ATD, MATS and more. Stop by our booth and see us if you’re in the area!