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FleetPride Debuts Diagnostic Software at All Service Centers

| May 10, 2018

FleetPride

FleetPride, Inc., a large, independent distributor of aftermarket heavy-duty truck and trailer parts, has completed a rollout of Cojali USA’s Jaltest All-Makes, All-Models Diagnostic Software in all 40 of its Service Centers nationwide.

 Jaltest’s commercial vehicle diagnostic software runs on ruggedized laptops, which will connect to any truck, trailer, bus, off-road, or agricultural vehicle on the market. The Jaltest software allows the technician to quickly identify vehicle controllers, read active and inactive fault codes, provide guided troubleshooting, and easily adjust parameters.

“The Jaltest software’s ability to take a problem and break it down step-by-step for the technician through guided troubleshooting, interactive photos, and wiring diagrams is second to none. In most cases it surpasses OE level diagnostic software,” said Nathan Lamb, FleetPride Vice President of Service Operations. “Our Service Centers are an industry leader in suspension, driveline, and wheel end repair. Now we can easily troubleshoot and repair engine, after-treatment, and electrical systems as well.”

Along with hands-on use of the software by Technicians in its Service Centers, FleetPride offers Jaltest’s software and ruggedized laptop for purchase at any of its branches nationwide. The Jaltest commercial vehicle kit covers Class 3-8 vehicles, offering the best troubleshooting in the diagnostic market. Off-highway and agricultural kits are also available.

FleetPride Service Centers can be found in 21 states:

  • Alabama: Mobile
  • Idaho: Idaho Falls
  • Illinois: Kankakee, Mokena
  • Indiana: Jeffersonville
  • Kansas: Wichita
  • Kentucky: Lexington
  • Massachusetts: Agawam, South Deerfield
  • Maine: Scarborough
  • Minnesota: Bemidji, Brainerd, Burnsville, Eagan, Mankato, Rochester, Roseville, St. Cloud, Spicer
  • Missouri: Joplin, Springfield
  • Nebraska: Hastings, Omaha
  • New Hampshire: Londonderry
  • New York: Albany
  • North Carolina: Raleigh
  • North Dakota: Fargo
  • Oklahoma: Oklahoma City
  • South Dakota: Sioux Falls
  • Texas: Alice, Corpus Christi
  • Vermont: Burlington, Swanton, Williston
  • Wisconsin: Eau Claire, Fond Du Lac, Green Bay, Stevens Point
  • West Virginia: Clarksburg, South Charleston

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