MOTOSHOP® Technology ToolsSM debuted a major update to MotoLOGIC® Repair & Diagnostics, the industry leading tool for automotive technicians that provides access to repair, diagnostic and service information for 98 percent of vehicles on the road today.
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The new additions are being rolled out to all MotoLOGIC customers in North America and include a dynamic search function that allows users to access OEM vehicle data by keyword, from a vehicle subsystems menu or by following the OE Table of Contents.
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A new VIN decoder feature speeds up the process of determining any recall-related service issues and enhanced Quick Specs information help save technicians time, regardless of where they’re working on a vehicle.
“Our goal is to help repair shops by offering the most accurate, thorough and easy-to-access repair and diagnostic solution in the industry,” said Jad Dunning, Vice President and General Manager of MOTOSHOP Technology Tools. “We continue to improve our tools by listening to customers’ feedback, and are excited about the benefits this upgrade will bring to our customers.”
Users can now navigate MotoLOGIC in multiple ways: the efficient keyword search function that delivers fast and accurate results has been expanded to include user-friendly traditional search methods, such as navigating system menus. Regardless of a user’s method of choice when locating repair and diagnostic information, MotoLOGIC can help save time in the repair process.
MotoLOGIC is Web-based and can be accessed from any device connected to the internet. Enhancements to the user experience include a responsive design optimized for providing repair and diagnostic information across devices of different sizes including desktops, tablets and mobile phones.