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Old 03-02-2012, 06:38 PM
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Originally Posted by alteredpilot
looking at the Mitchell On-Demand setup for our new shop and i was just wondering what feedback i could get on the system...

likes? dislikes?

mainly i'm wondering how in-depth if at all the manuals go on diagnostics and such for driveability, fuel injection , ABS, OBDII and all that jazz...

i'm a little behind the curve on late model stuff and trying hard to catch up fast, so i'm looking for the best resource i can utilize until we can get a real sharp guy hired on.....
Mitchell has lots of data but navigation is a nightmare. Much of the data is generic and often doesn't match the vehicle you're trying to repair. Tech support is fair at best. I've used Mitchell and Alldata. Alldata is by far the superior software for the professional or weekend mechanic. .
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