The Source for Vehicle Repair and Maintenance Information Gets Even Better
Mitchell 1 announces its popular DIY online program, Mitchell 1 DIY (aka eAutoRepair.net) for automotive do-it-yourselfers, has been updated to include service information for 2010 models. With repair information on over 20,000 vehicles, Mitchell 1’s DIY online program features over 200,000 repair articles, thousands of technical service bulletins, including recalls, and millions of supporting graphics.
Mitchell 1 also recently completed the integration of the award-winning platform, the DirectTrack™ affiliate management tool, into the DIY system to provide audited, certified accurate affiliate sales tracking, real-time advanced click statistics and reporting services to its expanding affiliate networks.
“The Mitchell 1 DIY online database provides car enthusiasts and do-it-yourselfers with comprehensive information on automotive repair and preventative maintenance that is easy-to-understand, simple-to-navigate and visually appealing,” said Dave Rady, senior account manager, business development, Mitchell 1. “With thousands of articles and technical service bulletins, we are so sure that subscribers will find everything they need for successful vehicle repair and maintenance that we offer a 100 percent customer satisfaction guarantee.”
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 2010. 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 or to subscribe, visit www.mitchell1diy.com or www.eAutoRepair.net.