Noregon Systems, a supplier of PC-based diagnostic and repair solutions to the commercial vehicle industry, announces the release of JPRO Commercial Fleet Diagnostics 2013 v1 along with the introduction of the JPRO Next Step service information module featuring the integration of Repair-Connect.net by Mitchell 1.
Beginning in 2013, the naming of JPRO Commercial Fleet Diagnostic software is changing to reflect both the year of release and the years of coverage included within the version. The updated JPRO software features are immediately available on all new copies of JPRO 2013 v1.
Current JPRO license holders, with an active support agreement, can access the update online by going to: http://www.jprofleetproducts.com/downloads/software/jpro_fleetdiags.asp.
JPRO Next Step can be activated with the purchase of an annual subscription to JPRO Next Step. A current status support agreement for JPRO software is required before adding the Next Step module.
"We are now offering our customers the opportunity and ability to combine JPRO's thousands of OEM diagnostic trouble codes and detailed descriptions with comprehensive DTC-based OEM service information. This means that technicians can now move from diagnosis to repair in less than a minute, shortening the elapsed time between initial trouble detection and a fully repaired vehicle," said Greg Reimmuth, vice president of sales and marketing for JPRO Commercial Fleet Products.
What's New in JPRO Commercial Fleet Diagnostics 2013 v1:
JPRO Next Step Service Information module. Beginning with JPRO Commercial Fleet Diagnostics2013 v1, JPRO customers can combine the comprehensive diagnostic power of JPRO with direct navigation to service information. Customers who purchase a JPRO Next Step subscription can launch repair information from within JPRO Commercial Fleet Diagnostics with the click of a button.
JPRO Next Step automatically ties diagnostic trouble codes to repair information. Once a diagnostic trouble code is found, technicians click on the Next Step logo (located on the JPRO launch bar within the home screen) and a new window opens containing service information associated with the specific DTC.
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