Noregon updates JPRO Commercial Vehicle Diagnostics software

Nov. 11, 2014

Noregon Systems has announced the release of JPRO Commercial Vehicle Diagnostics 2014 v2. The updated features are immediately available on all new copies of 2014 v2 software. Current JPRO license holders, with an active support agreement, can access the update on line by going to: http://www.jprofleetproducts.com/downloads/software/jpro_fleetdiags.asp

Additions to JPRO 2014 v2 include:

  • The ability to search for specific data parameters in the JPRO Data Monitor
  • Improved graphing of parameter data
  • New PM inspection checklist
  • Ability to launch the Navistar OnCommand Connection service from within JPRO
  • Improved fault and VIN gathering for Mack Truck and Volvo Trucks
  • Technician notifications for various issues unrelated to diagnostic trouble codes such as low system voltage, lack of J1939 data, no ABS module detected, etc.
  • Expanded school bus coverage for the Next Step repair information solution

“With JPRO it only take a few clicks of the mouse and literally a minute or two to get detailed diagnostic information. And now we’ve made it even faster and easier to use. Service pros who use 2014 v2 will immediately notice changes on the home screen that make it easy to spot critical issues at a glance,” said Greg Reimmuth, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Noregon. “JPRO now features technician notifications for vehicle issues that are not directly related to fault codes such as low system voltage, lack of connection for ABS modules or lack of data within the J1939 data stream. We have also introduced a new PM inspection feature.”

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