As part of Autodata’s ongoing development to continually reflect the demands of a modern workshop, monthly updates take place to bring you the latest vehicle models, manufacturer updates of technical information, as well as Autodata’s newest modules and feature enhancements.
Vehicle additions & updates
3396 updates of technical information were delivered including repair times, battery procedures, service schedules, TPMS, wiring diagrams, wheel alignment, jacking points, key programming, fixes & bulletins, electric parking brakes, clutches and much more. This release included 259 new vehicle variants.
Petrol and diesel cars updated this month include:
Hybrid, electric and LPG cars updated this month include:
Audi A5 Coupe (F53) (16-) 2,0 35 TFSI MHEV(2019-2019), Hyundai Tucson (15-) 1,6 CRDI Hybrid (2019-2019), Jaguar E-Pace (X540) (17-) 2,0 P200 (2018-2019), Kia e-Niro (19-) EV 39.2kWh (2019-2019), Kia e-Soul (19-) EV 64kWh (2019-2019), Kia Optima (15-) 2,0 GDI Plug-in (2018-2019), Kia Sportage (16-) 1,6 CRDI Hybrid (2019-2019) and Land Rover Range Rover (L405) (12-) 3,0 P400 MHEV (2019-2019).
LCVs added this month include:
Citroen Relay/Jumper III (14-) 2,2 BlueHDi 4×2 (2018-2019), Dacia Dokker (F/K67) 1,3 TCe 130 (2019-2019), Fiat Talento (16-) 1,6 EcoJet 95 (2018-2019), Ford Ranger (’12) 2,0 EcoBlue TDCi (2019-2019), Opel/Vauxhall Combo-E (X19) (18-) 1,6 BlueInjection (2018-2019), Opel/Vauxhall Vivaro-B (X82) 1,6 CDTi (2018-2019), Peugeot Boxer III (14-) 2,2 BlueHDi 4×2 (2018-2019), Renault Trafic III (E/F/J82) (14-) 1,6 dCi (2018-2019), Volkswagen Caddy/Caddy Maxi (SAx) (15-) 1,0 TSI (2019-2019) and Volkswagen Transporter T6 (SFx/SGx) (15-) 2,0 Bi-TDI CR (2018-2019).
New air conditioning imagery launched to maximise speed and accuracy
Through investment into the constant evolution of the Autodata product, we are pleased to announce the launch of a new generation of our air conditioning component location diagrams.
Created by our expert in-house graphics team using information sourced directly from manufacturers, the new diagrams use model-specific images making it easier to locate the components within the context of the engine bay.
The improved perspective gives better visibility of refrigerant line locations and key parts such as the compressor, pressure & temperature sensors and service connectors to help technicians identify the best route of access.
These new diagrams can be accessed through our dedicated Air Conditioning page as well as the Electrical Component Locations page.
With the new images continuing to be rolled out over the coming weeks, some of the very first vehicle models to benefit from the new images include: Ford Mondeo (15′), Nissan Qashqai (J11) (14-), Fiat 500 (07-), Honda CR-V (07-12) and Peugeot Boxer (14-).
In addition, Autodata is also rolling out further enhancements to its service illustrations for Air Conditioning re-charge connectors in this month’s update. With the addition of colour-coded high and low-pressure connectors and clearer location information, technicians will be able to re-charge AC systems quickly and accurately.