In April, we added new repair information and upgrades to our database while also continuing to work on new features and modules soon to be released on our Diesel Repair platform, to ensure your diesel technicians can perform quality repairs more accurately and faster than ever before.
Our new updates further ensure your technicians can perform repairs in a less costly and timely manner.
Check out what is new in April and how Diesel Laptops continues to provide the most accurate and reliable repair information in the market today!
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New Repair Information
In April, we added over 56,000 documents – including repair and replace instructions, torque specifications, and technical service bulletins (TSBs) – and more than 71,000 graphics across 530,000+ new pages. We regularly update our extensive database to provide the most relevant repair information for makes such as Auto Car, Blue Bird Bus, Caterpillar, Freightliner, Isuzu, Kenworth, Mack, IC Bus, International, Mitsubishi, Paccar, Volvo, Peterbilt, Sterlin, Western Star, and more!
A recent poll of heavy-duty diesel technicians found that 60% regularly need access to exactly the sort of repair information offered by Diesel Repair. Our goal is to provide the most accurate and reliable information available in the market today.
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Since late 2021, our data team has been tirelessly uploading recall information from heavy- and medium-duty commercial truck manufacturers to the Diesel Repair platform. The PDFs we’ve assembled are the actual correspondence between NHTSA and the OEMs, complete with detailed information on the Year/Make/Model affected, details of the recall, and repairs required by law. To date, we have successfully completed all of the recalls for the 2021 model year. This includes both vehicle and part recalls for 2021 models. Ultimately, Diesel Repair will host an easily-accessible database dating back to the year 2000, with new information uploaded each week.
Technical Service Bulletins (TSBs)
Our database also now hosts an extensive archive of TSBs direct from the OEMs. These bulletins typically include information from the manufacturer regarding vehicles that have already been sold and put to work out on the road. Diesel Repair’s database includes thousands of TSBs and – like the Recalls mentioned above – will be regularly updated by our technical archivists.
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