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2014 AAPEX, Day One: Advance adds Subaru to diagnostics tool

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2014 AAPEX, Day One: Advance adds Subaru to diagnostics tool

Advance Auto Parts Inc. has added Subaru original equipment data for all Subaru models from 2005 to 2015 its web-based diagnostic tool, MotoLogic Repair & Diagnostics.

The additional repair and diagnostics information expands MotoLogic’s coverage data for more than 94% of cars and light trucks on the road today.

The Subaru content includes in-depth repair articles, wiring and diagnostic articles, and Subaru tech tips, which are typically released exclusively to dealers. In addition to Subaru, the MotoLogic tool features OE repair and diagnostic information from most major manufacturers.

“We are continually expanding MotoLogic coverage to ensure we are meeting the needs of commercial garages by providing the most comprehensive diagnostics platform with easy-to-use, unedited OE information,” says Walter Scott, vice president of eCommerce and eServices for Advance Auto Parts.

MotoLogic supports enhanced color wiring diagrams and the preservation of OEM-specific features and functionality, such as electrical flow diagrams.

An advanced search function, including the recent addition of auto-complete suggestions, delivers instant results based on virtually any criteria: sounds, smells, OBD-II codes or components.

QuickSpecs allows for fast access to the most commonly used specifications for most vehicles, making it easy to navigate the large amount of information, according to the company.

MotoLogic is part of Advance Auto Parts’ MotoShop Technology Tools product portfolio. The company is demonstrating MotoLogic at the MotoShop booth at the 2014 AAPEX Show (1868) and 2014 SEMA Show (10469 and 10672).

For more information, visit www.motoshop.com/motologic.

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