NEXIQ updates eTechnician to include Mitchell 1 diagnostic information

A wiring diagram is displayed on a computer monitor.
Mitchell 1 wiring diagrams and other information are now available in NEXIQ eTechnician.
Mitchell 1

NEXIQ announced Thursday that eTechnician, the company's PC-based diagnostic software, now includes Mitchell 1's Repair-Connect diagnostic information. 

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Users of eTechnician will gain access to Repair-Connect's engine fault code testing and repair procedures for all makes of Class 4-8 trucks. Repair-Connect also provides wiring diagrams, specifications, component locations, connector views, test steps, and removal and installation procedures. 

"This combined suite of information ensures technicians get the information they need in a more streamlined, efficient process to successfully diagnose and repair vehicles," says Dave Shock, NEXIQ Technologies product manager. "Users can seamlessly navigate from one information source to the other through the eTechnician diagnostic tool, eliminating the need to toggle between two software programs." 

With the subscription, technicians will get information from the vehicle, including diagnostic trouble codes, input data from sensors and output data from components. As they proceed down the diagnostic path, Repair-Connect will provide information about the vehicle, including component locations in high-quality photos, connector details and specific component tests. There are also simplified wiring diagrams that focus on components relevant to a specific diagnosis. 

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