2009 Repair Information Added To “The Online Source” For DIYers

With service information for 2009 vehicles recently added, the popular Mitchell 1 DIY program (aka eAutoRepair.net) has been updated to include more repair articles, technical service bulletins and supporting graphics than ever before.

“More and more do-it-yourselfers are looking for easy-to-understand, comprehensive information when it comes to automotive repair and preventative maintenance,” said Dave Rady, senior account manager, business development, Mitchell 1. “The Mitchell 1 DIY database provides this information in a way that appeals to car enthusiasts and do-it-yourselfers. With updated articles and technical service bulletins, along with visually appealing graphics, the Mitchell 1 Online Program has become the source for vehicle repair and maintenance information on the Web.”

With information on over 16,000 vehicles, the Mitchell 1 DIY Online program features over 190,000 repair articles, and thousands of technical service bulletins, including recalls, and millions of supporting graphics.

Mitchell 1 DIY provides professional instructions and illustrations that guide subscriber users through step-by-step mechanical repair procedures, complete maintenance information and service schedules and the latest factory service tips. The Internet-based service covers all domestic and most import cars, light trucks, vans, mini vans and SUVs for model years 1983 to 2009. Vintage models are available via DVD.

The Mitchell 1 DIY program is easy to learn and use, with simple instructions on each page and the option to get detailed instructions by clicking on the “Help” link. Subscriptions are available for weekly, monthly, yearly and four year terms. For more information about Mitchell 1 DIY or to subscribe, visit https://www.mitchell1diy.com or www.eAutoRepair.net .

About the Author

Jill Schafer

Jill Schafer is the Marketing Communication Manager at Mitchell 1 and has over 20 years of marketing experience with high-technology organizations, including over 10 years in the automotive information industry.