New to Autodata - June 2021

07 / 06 / 2021


As part of Autodata’s ongoing development to continually reflect the demands of a modern workshop, we provide monthly updates to bring you the latest vehicle models, manufacturer updates of technical information, as well as Autodata’s newest modules and feature enhancements.

604 technical updates were recently loaded to Autodata, including repair times, battery procedures, service schedules, Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS), wiring diagrams, wheel alignments, jacking points, key programming, fixes and bulletins, electric parking brakes, clutches, and more. This release includes 40 new vehicle variants.

Updated petrol and diesel cars this month include: 
Audi Q3
(F3B) (19-) 2,0 40 TFSI (2020-2021), Audi TT (FVP) (19-) 2,0 45 TFSI (2021-2021), Jeep Gladiator (JT) (20-) 3,6 P 209 (284) 6400 R-Cat (2020-2021), Mercedes-Benz B-Class (247) (19-) 1,3 B180 (2019-2021), Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe/Cabriolet (238) (17-) 2,0 E200 (2020-2021), Skoda Kodiaq (NS7) (17-) 2,0 RS TDI CR (2020-2021), Toyota Hilux (15-) 2,8 (2020-2021), Toyota RAV4 (19-) 2,0 P M20A-FKS 127 (173) 6000 R-Cat (2019-2021), Toyota Yaris (20-) 1,6 GR P G16E-GTS 200 (272) R-Cat (2020-2021), Volkswagen Golf VIII (CD1) (21-) 1,4 TSI (2021-2021) and Volkswagen T-Roc (A11) (20-) 2,0 TSI P DKZA 140 (190) R-Cat (2020-2021).

Updated hybrid, electric, and liquified petroleum gas (LPG) cars this month include: 
Audi Q5
(FYG) (21-) 2,0 40 TDI MHEV (2021-2021), Land Rover Range Rover Evoque (L551) (19-) 2,0 D200 MHEV (2020-2021) and Mitsubishi Outlander (ZK) (15-18) 2,0 PHEV P 4B11 87 (118) 4500 R-Cat (2017-2018).

Your Autodata product is regularly updated to take into account changing OEM recommendations for service intervals and part replacements. The following recommended service changes have been made by the manufacturer across 140 Citroën, DS, Opel/Vauxhall and Peugeot models with EB 3-cylinder petrol engines, which are now reflected in Autodata service schedules and Service Advisor.

A check of the timing belt width has been introduced in each service interval. The check is applicable to EB2 1.2 Turbocharged engines and for EB normally aspirated engines in the following countries: Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, and Finland. No dismantling of the engine is required apart from removing the oil filler cap. The check is carried out using special tool number 0109-6 (Opel number EN-52809) which is placed over the belt through the oil filler opening. If the belt is too wide, then it should be replaced.

All PSA Group vehicles using the EB petrol engines built up to 02.04.2017 (RPO No. 14755) now have a lower timing belt replacement interval. Under normal conditions the interval is now 100 000 km or 72 months – the equivalent miles interval is 62 500 miles or 64 000 miles depending on the service interval. Under adverse conditions the intervals have also been reduced and fit in with the service intervals. Intervals may vary due to market-specific requirements.

In the coming weeks and months, Autodata will continue making further updates to enhance the user experience, and ensure subscribers always receive the latest technical information and innovative features. Expected features include: 
• New models and vehicle updates 
• New known fixes and bulletins 
• New service schedules 
• Enhanced features
• New modules