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ALLDATAdiy.com Expands Coverage of Newer Makes and Models

Vehicle database updates manufacturers' repair information, including technical service bulletins (TSBs) and recalls.

ELK GROVE, Calif. – ALLDATA has announced the addition of some 2009 model year vehicles to its do-it-yourself product. As part of the ALLDATAdiy.com regular vehicle update, ALLDATA has added original equipment manufacturer (OEM) information covering several 2009 makes, including:
• 2009 Buick
• 2009 Cadillac
• 2009 Chevrolet
• 2009 GMC
• 2009 Land Rover

ALLDATAdiy.com currently provides do-it-yourselfers and automotive enthusiasts with access to the most complete collection of OEM information for most vehicles sold in the United States from 1982 through 2009. Subscribers can choose from more than 22,000 engine-specific vehicles.

"There are two reasons that ALLDATAdiy.com is so popular," said Paul Marshall, program manager for ALLDATAdiy.com. "First, the information is provided by the vehicle manufacturers, so the user can be confident knowing the repair procedures are accurate. Second, ALLDATA keeps the data fresh by adding newer vehicles on a regular basis."

A subscription to ALLDATAdiy.com provides 24/7 access to vehicle-specific repair information. Updated regularly, the information contained in ALLDATAdiy.com is accessible from any computer with Internet access. Each vehicle-specific subscription includes the latest factory recalls, technical service bulletins, diagnostic trouble code information, factory part numbers and thousands of detailed diagrams.

ALLDATAdiy.com offers affordable one-year and five-year subscriptions for single vehicles, with discounts offered on additional vehicle subscriptions. For more information or to sign up for a subscription, car owners can visit www.alldatadiy.com.

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