Mitchell 1 Adds Record Repair Content In Third Quarter

Mitchell 1 Adds Record Repair Content In Third Quarter

Mitchell 1 recently announced that it added an industry-record amount of new information to its OnDemand5 repair content database in the third quarter of 2006, making it the largest release of new material in a single quarter in the history of the company.

Mitchell 1 recently announced that it added an industry-record amount of new information to its OnDemand5 repair content database in the third quarter of 2006, making it the largest release of new material in a single quarter in the history of the company. Additionally, this also marks the fourth consecutive quarter of record data growth for the OnDemand product.

“We are extremely proud to report that Mitchell 1 added more articles and graphics to its OnDemand5 DVD and OnDemand5.com Repair Programs in one quarter than we or our competitors have in entire years in the past, “ said Gary Hixson, product manager. “And it’s not just this quarter, but each quarter, we have been adding record amounts of data. What’s more, we are just beginning to reach our stride in terms of rate of content that our customers will continue to see.”

Mitchell 1’s OnDemand5.com delivers comprehensive data for 1983-current domestic and import vehicle models, as well as clear illustrations and wiring diagrams, complete diagnostics, tech bulletins and recalls, scheduled maintenance with labor times, monthly data updates and OEM parts and pricing.

The color wiring diagrams with CircuitSelect provide clear, concise and fully searchable graphics. With the addition of the CircuitSelect feature, users can highlight and isolate any combination of wires, making complex electrical problems easy to solve.

Mitchell 1’s OnDemand5.com product packs all the features of its DVD counterpart and more; all within a carefree and easy-to-implement web-based product. Users can log onto the Internet from any computer in their shop and they’re ready to go.

For more information on Mitchell 1 products and services, automotive professionals can log onto the company’s website at www.mitchell1.com.

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