ALLDATA raises the bar with new Interactive Color Wiring Diagrams
Sep. 12 2017
Sep. 12 2017

ALLDATA has added more than 300,000 non-OE interactive color wiring diagrams to its flagship automotive digital repair solutions, ALLDATA Repair® and ALLDATA Collision®. The addition of these non-OE interactive color wiring diagrams augments ALLDATA’s factory-direct wiring diagrams, and technicians can easily toggle between the two for comparison.

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Making these enhancements – including interactive color wiring diagrams – was a direct result of feedback from our existing customer base. We listened to what they wanted and have delivered a radically advanced technology platform with best-in-class performance and usability.

With this launch, ALLDATA delivers functionality in color wiring diagrams not found in competitive products. Now techs will save even more time because they can:

  • View or print multiple diagrams side by side – A major diagnostic time-saver, this functionality is unique to ALLDATA’S interactive wiring diagrams.
  • Highlight a specific wire – Easily track it across all pages in the diagram series.
  • Hide non-highlighted wires – Non-highlighted wires are ghosted out so techs can clearly see the wires/circuits/components they’re working on.
  • Pan within a diagram – Zoom in/Zoom out to hone in on details.
  • Bookmark highlighted articles – Techs can find frequently-used articles with just a click.  
  • Toggle between OE and non-OE diagrams – Techs can easily click to view either OE or non-OE diagrams from one screen for quick comparison.

In addition, technicians will get up to speed faster and start working right away with ALLDATA’s interactive wiring diagrams. The documentation style, diagram keys, and abbreviations are all accessible from one screen and are the same across the entire diagrams spectrum, which includes:

  • 300,000+ diagrams
  • 49 makes
  • 24,000+ models (1985-2016)

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This is a huge advantage compared to using multiple OEM repair databases and having to learn dozens of different formats and abbreviations. (Diagrams source: Bosch/Valley Forge.) 

ALLDATA is migrating existing ALLDATA Repair and ALLDATA Collision customers to the new interactive color wiring diagram platform in phases. However, new customers purchasing ALLDATA Repair or ALLDATA Collision will have immediate access to the interactive color wiring diagrams. If you want to start using this feature click here for assistance.

 

ALLDATA flagship product updates most extensive in company’s 30‑year history

The addition of non-OE interactive color wiring diagrams comes on the heels of extensive updates to the company’s flagship products, ALLDATA Repair® and ALLDATA Collision®. The industry’s #1 choice for OEM diagnostic and repair data now offers customers an integrated technology platform with:

MORE Data: ALLDATA is the most complete source of vehicle data in the industry, covering more than 38,000 engine-specific vehicles – 95% of all vehicles on the road today.

BETTER Search: A single search look-up now provides both tech-verified repairs and factory-direct information on one screen, helping technicians find relevant repair info faster.

FASTER Navigation: A redesigned, more intuitive interface gives users the information they need with fewer clicks.

“The response to the updated ALLDATA Repair and Collision has been extremely enthusiastic,” said Mitch Major, Vice President, Commercial Support, AutoZone, and President, ALLDATA. “Making these significant enhancements – including interactive color wiring diagrams – was a direct result of feedback from our existing customer base. We listened to what they wanted and have delivered a radically advanced technology platform with best-in-class performance and usability.”  

 

Want to see how ALLDATA can improve shop efficiency? Check out our suite of products, each designed to contribute to both shop efficiency and productivity.

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