Cummins releases QuickServe Online Android app

Cummins releases QuickServe Online Android app

Cummins Inc. released an Android version of its free QuickServe Online (QSOL) mobile app. The QSOL mobile app provides on-the-go access to Cummins part options, parts catalogs and engine dataplate information for 15 million Cummins Engine Serial Numbers (ESNs). It also includes a fault code analyzer for Cummins electronic engines, providing specific fault code details and analysis such as an explanation of current fault codes, which fault codes are dependent on other fault codes, and which fault code to fix first.

“The QuickServe Online mobile app for Android devices enables many more owners of Cummins engines to access genuine Cummins parts information easier than ever before, giving them the most accurate information faster and getting them back on the road quicker,” said Mike Champlin, director of information products for Cummins New and ReCon Parts.

The Android version of the free QSOL mobile app is available globally for download in the Google play store by searching for “Cummins QuickServeMobile”.

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