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Maintenance Reminder Reset Procedures manual from Autodata receives major update for 2013

Thursday, August 1, 2013 - 06:58
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Autodata Publications, one of the world’s leading suppliers of technical information, has released a new manual: 2013 Maintenance Reminder Reset Procedures.
 
The new manual guides technicians through the specific steps required to reset vehicle maintenance reminder alerts, which are often complicated to adjust and must be reset after any maintenance work.
 
Experienced technicians at Autodata compile every detail from OEM information sources, and present them in a consistent format with vehicle-specific illustrations.
 
With the average cost of owning, running and repairing an regular sedan rising to more than $9,100 – or just over 60 cents per mile – per year in 2013*, the use of Autodata’s technical information can help safeguard customers from costly and unnecessary repeat visits to the workshop because jobs are completed correctly the first time, benefiting the businesses by increasing peace of mind and consumer loyalty.
 
Part of a series of comprehensive manuals on subjects including Battery Replacement Reset Procedures, Timing Belts, Timing Chains and Gears and Diagnostic Trouble Codes, the Maintenance Reminder Reset Procedures manual enables technicians to complete this vital service step without wasting time.
 
The new manual, which covers thousands of domestic and import vehicles built between 2002 and 2013, uses information compiled by highly-experienced Autodata technicians and contains vehicle-specific, step-by-step instructions and clear illustrations to ensure an accurate job.

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