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Noregon to release NextStep Repair, major update for JPRO Professional

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David Sickels is the Associate Editor of Tire Review and Fleet Equipment magazines. He has a history of working in the media, marketing and automotive industries in both print and online.

Noregon is preparing to release NextStep Repair, an interactive resource of step-by-step repair instructions and guidance for all engine makes and models.

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Additionally, the company says the first major update of 2020 for its advanced in-shop diagnostic and repair solution, JPRO Professional, will soon be available.

Noregon says NextStep Repair improves technician efficiency by helping locate the correct repair information for a range of component manufacturers. NextStep Repair contains detailed removal, inspection and installation instructions, scalable images and diagrams, cautionary details, step-by-step repair instructions and testing procedures, Noregon says.

NextStep Repair is offered as an add-on solution with JPRO Professional or available as a standalone option.

JPRO Professional 2020 v1 contains additional coverage, new educational tools such as an EPA Assistance feature, enhanced reporting capabilities, additional warranty submission support options and added bi-directional tests for manufacturers including Caterpillar, Cummins, Mack, Volvo and more, the company says.

All active JPRO subscribers will receive the latest update free of charge and can update via a prompt in the application when JPRO is connected to the internet after its release date.

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