Car repair shop software allows technicians to log a complete vehicle history for each customer that walks in the door. This means that once a customer’s personal and vehicle information is in the computer, they’ll never have to provide it again. This eliminates the need to ask for time-consuming details such as home address, phone number and vehicle make and model every time a repeat customer walks in the door. Behind the scenes, auto software helps shops maintain inventory, troubleshoot possible car problems and create technician work schedules – all of which can contribute to reduced turnaround times.
According to customer’s feedback, CK-100 V45.06 has a better quality than CK-100 V99.99 auto key programmer. But CK-100 V99.99 is cheaper than CK-100 V45.06 and V45.09. Compare with V45.06, CK-100 Key Programmer V45.09 OBD2 key programmer adds two advanced features:
1) Support reading pin code function
Support read pin code for
Hyundai pin code
Kia pin code
Nissan pin code
VAG pin code system (SYSTEM2,KOSTAL,MEGAMOS/DELPHI),
VAG 7-4 pin (PIN7,DEALER, IMPORTATORE, PIN4,DATA(00/00/2000),EXIT),
GM pin code (ECM TYPE1,ECM TYPE 2, ECM TYPE 3, ECM TYPE 4, ECM TYPE 5, ECM TYPE 6)
Ford keyless ECODE (KEYLESS ENTRY CODE1, KEYLESS ENTRY CODE2)
2) Add new vehicle model
Support vehicle model newer to 2014.09 but CK-100 V45.06 only support vehicle till 2014.04
Mechanics historically obtained the majority of their information from repair manuals and experience. A handful of different publishers generated useful information and provided it in book form. Two main types of these books were diagnostic manuals and flat rate guides. Diagnostic manuals contained specifications and repair procedures, and flat rate guides had estimates of how long each specific job should take. With the widespread use of personal computers in the workplace, this type of information was translated into Auto Repair Software.