Mitchell 1 has updated the interface between its RepairConnect diagnostic trouble code troubleshooting tool and Noregon’s JPRO Professional commercial fleet diagnostics software, giving technicians streamlined access to TruckSeries, the latest version of Mitchell 1’s repair information for Class 4-8 trucks.
Mitchell 1 says the RepairConnect module in TruckSeries includes all of the diagnostic trouble code (DTC) content and procedures in the previous version, but through the updated interface delivers the data faster and in a more user friendly experience. TruckSeries also includes enhancements to vehicle selection, printing, search capabilities and may be accessed from a wider range of Internet browsers, Mitchell 1 says.
“We’re delighted to provide a streamlined experience for technicians using the Noregon JPRO Professional diagnostics system,” says Scott DeGiorgio, general manager of Mitchell 1’s commercial vehicle group. “With RepairConnect in TruckSeries, users will be able to work more efficiently, limit downtime, and quickly return the vehicle to service.”
Through the interface with Noregon’s JPRO Professional Commercial Fleet Diagnostics and its Next Step Service module, RepairConnect automatically communicates comprehensive repair information for any diagnostic trouble code identified by Noregon’s JPRO Professional software.
Since 2012, Mitchell 1 and Noregon have partnered to provide users of the JPRO commercial fleet products access to the DTC-related service information in RepairConnect, including: descriptions of trouble codes, related wiring diagrams, component connector views, electrical component locator, testing procedures, removal and installation procedures and DTC-related specifications.
Mitchell 1 says TruckSeries is the only comprehensive repair information software suite of its kind available for Class 4-8 trucks, giving truck technicians a one-stop data resource with scalable wiring diagrams, digital pictures, DTC-to-diagnostics and more, delivered in seconds. Current subscribers to Mitchell 1 online truck products will transition to the new platform in a phased approach starting this month.