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ALLDATA Scan Tool Update Supports Access to FCA Secure Gateway Module

The latest version also features a more streamlined navigation for faster diagnostics.

Code Reader Podcast: GMC Sierra 2500 Tech Tip

An ASE-certified technician walks listeners through an unusual problem on a 2005 GMC Sierra 2500 4WD truck. This tip is brought to you by ALLDATA.

Tech Tip: Kia Rondo Cranks But Doesn’t Start

There was no injection duration and no spark but the RPM was showing in scan tool data. See how one tech diagnosed the problem with a scan tool.

ALLDATA Ramps Up Its Master Technician Diagnostic Hotline

Tech-Assist customers can use their smartphone and the free Rescue Lens app to connect in real time with an ALLDATA Master Tech. They can “show” the problem using live-streaming video, and the Tech-Assist consultant can “draw” on the screen to help pinpoint the diagnostic issue or repair solution.

ALLDATA to Debut Next-Generation Technology at SEMA that Turns Tablet into Powerful Scan Tool

Throughout SEMA, ALLDATA representatives will be doing live demonstrations of the company’s flagship products, ALLDATA Repair and ALLDATA Collision, featuring the addition of 300,000 new non-OE interactive color wiring diagrams.

Google to Share Best Practices for Online Marketing in ALLDATA Webinar

Matt Krystofik, a product specialist with the Google Automotive Marketing team, will show repair shops three ways to grow their business with Google tools.

ALLDATA Hits Milestone With More Than 70,000 Unique Users

Created for professional technicians, ALLDATA Community provides a highly responsive environment for technicians to exchange knowledge and support. Quickly search thousands of verified repair solutions, ask a question about a difficult-to-diagnose problem or share experience, knowledge and tips with other Community members.

ALLDATA Releases New Updates

ALLDATA LLC has issued its quarterly release, adding more than 330,000 pages of factory-correct automotive service and repair information to its core product. In addition, 2,294 new Technical Service Bulletins (TSBs), totaling 7,963 pages, were added. The release reflects new and updated information from U.S., Asian and European auto manufacturers.