Advance Auto Parts Professional Rolls Out Coverage Increases for MotoLogic Repair and Diagnostics

Advance Auto Parts Professional Rolls Out Coverage Increases for MotoLogic Repair and Diagnostics

Advance Auto Parts recently announced the addition of OE repair and diagnostic information for manufacturers Audi, Mazda, Mercedes and Volkswagen to its MotoLogic repair and diagnostic software tool.

Features include fast navigation, accurately rendered, original OE content, ease of use and depth of information. And included in the rollout of additional manufacturer coverage is the addition of service information for older-model vehicles dating from the early 1990s to the 1950s.

“We’re offering shops an easy, accessible solution for their repair and diagnostic needs. The continued expansion of our manufacturer coverage and support team dedicated to MotoLogic ensures that we’re delivering the information that shops need to fix vehicles fast, all with just a few clicks of the mouse,” said Walter Scott, vice president of eCommerce and eServices for Advance Auto Parts.

The fully searchable, OE diagnostic and repair resource features a state-of-the-art search engine that ensures faster results, based on virtually any criteria — sight, sound, smell, diagnostic code, component type and more. In addition to speed, MotoLogic’s detailed search ­engine lets technicians access OEM service information, clickable and color-coded OEM wiring diagrams, service bulletins, diagnostic flowcharts with sophisticated hyperlinks, component locators, labor times, owner’s manuals and more — all in the time it takes to click “Search.”

Should a customer not be able to locate the repair or diagnostic information they need through MotoLogic directly, they may contact the support staff at Motologic.com or 855-222-1632 for direct assistance.

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