• Best of the Blogs – 2020 Truck Repair Information “Did You Knows”

    Our truck repair experts at Mitchell 1 — were very busy last year. In addition to working hard on improving the medium- to heavy-duty truck repair software and getting repair information documented in a timely manner, they also shared their knowledge here in the ShopConnection blog.. Here we collected a few of the pearls of wisdom that our experts have written this past year— all of which we hope you find help you get to your fix faster!

  • Looking for Pre-1960s Vintage Information?

    Looking for pre-1960s auto repair information? Mitchell 1 has a library of printed service manuals dating back to the start of the automotive industry. Here’s how you get access to that information

  • Avoid Downtime from Coolant Leaks

    Fleets may pay greater attention to truck cooling systems when preparing for seasonal changes where extreme low or high temperatures test the capabilities of the system. This extra attention to the cooling system does help keep the truck on the road. However, the best way to avoid downtime is to keep the cooling system in proper order with regular maintenance and pre-operation checks throughout the year.

  • Tools to Help Master Today’s Electrical Diagnostics

    With all these emerging technologies coming at us so rapidly, often a vehicle comes into the shop with a symptom that even the most experienced tech has not seen before. That is going to be a reality for a long time and why it’s critical to have access to wiring diagrams that make it quick and easy to find the related component information and arrive at an accurate diagnosis.

  • Then vs. Now: What’s in a Wiring Diagram?

    We regularly get customer feedback from many different sources, and we welcome all of it as it helps guide us as we continually develop and improve our software. Recently someone commented on the Mitchell 1 Facebook page, with a question about the wiring diagrams in ProDemand.