Mitchell 1 collaborates with NEXIQ to streamline truck service diagnostic information

Mitchell 1 collaborates with NEXIQ to streamline truck service diagnostic information

One subscription brings together information from the vehicle and information about the vehicle.

Mitchell 1 has partnered with NEXIQ Technologies to provide one-stop diagnostic information resource for the commercial truck service industry. The announcement came during a press conference held in conjunction with TMC’s 2024 Annual Meeting and Transportation Technology Exhibition.

Mitchell 1, developer of TruckSeries repair information, has packaged its diagnostic data within NEXIQ’s eTechnician PC-based diagnostics software to efficiently service medium- to heavy-duty trucks. Now, technicians can navigate from one information source to the other through the eTechnician diagnostic tool, eliminating the need to toggle between two software programs.

“Now, with one subscription, customers have access to the information available from the vehicle through NEXIQ’s e-Technician diagnostic tool–and information about the vehicle through Mitchell 1’s data services,” explained Kristy Coffman, director of Mitchell 1’s Commercial Vehicle Group.

The eTechnician web-based program delivers diagnostic capability for engines, transmissions, brakes, body and chassis and more. The diagnostic tool interfaces with the systems on the vehicle to display information from the vehicle, including diagnostic trouble codes, input data from sensors and output data for components including fuel injectors or cooling fans.

The Mitchell 1 information that is bundled within eTechnician includes component locations using high-quality photos, connector details and specific component tests. Also included are simplified wiring diagrams that focus on components relevant to a specific diagnosis.

Additionally, TruckSeries now includes instant access to TMC’s Recommended Practices (RPs), as well as color-coded Advanced Interactive Wiring Diagrams, and quick access to industry-standard Vehicle Maintenance Reporting Codes (VMRS) for work in progress.

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