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Discussion in 'The Tool Shed' started by sled_dog, Apr 1, 2007.
anyone know what a subscription runs? I doubt I really want to know, but I am asking anyway.
One yr access for 1st vehicle is $24.95
Each additional vehicles & renewal is $14.95
Three yr access $44.95
Each addition and renewal $29.95
I'm talking for all makes and models... like professional access. Eh I will just contact the local rep.
Yeah, they do not list it on their site for all vehicle access
Alldata pro is around $150 a month
I have access to alldata, ondemand5 and the chrystler specific websites. Love friends that work at shops and stealerships
I use ondemand5 the most though.
i looove ondemand5, more user friendly for me than alldata.. or i mean somedata
not in my opinion. I ****ing HATE OnDemand5. The dealership I worked for went from AllData to Mitchell. I could NEVER find the information I needed, and the labor times can be WAY different. Sometimes it works out, but most of the time it seemed to be lower than AllData.
I tried to look up how to reset the oil change reminder on a 06 Sprinter, should be straight forward right? I searched for it on OnDemand5. First thing it brings up? How to reset one on a 1988 Chrysler Minivan, WTF?! I had to manually look through all the crap it brought up just to find what I was actually looking for. I would have found it in a quarter of the time with AllData. OnDemand for some strange reason seems to lump multiple years and models into one string of information so its horrible to try and sift through.
I used AllData more than I did the Ford service info or the Mitsubishi service info, because it was quicker and on those brands it was almost always 100% accurate. Hell with Mitsubishis ALL of the information I ever found on AllData was DIRECT from the Mitsubishi service information.
I second that, Mitchell sucks, it was hard to navigate and it never had any info. Now All Data (or No Data) is better to use, easy to navigate, easy to find things, helpful tools, thats what we have at the shop, it still sucks to some extent, but is 1,000X better then Mitchell.
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