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Re: Alldata part info on CD

>From: "Dave C." <conner@cfm.ohio-state.edu>
>Date: Thu, 2 Jan 1997 16:53:03 -0500 (EST)
>Subject: Re: Parts Fiche, digital on PC
>At 12:17 PM 1/2/97 -0500, Dan wrote:
>>Alldata (on the web, BTW) makes something like this on CDROM.
>>I've asked them to send me an evaluation version for my cars
>>and will let you know how they look.
>I'm familiar with AllData's product, but that isn't what I'm talking about
>The dealer had the parts fiche on a computer...it showed exploded views of
>various parts of the car with part numbers.  AllData doesn't offer this as
>near as I can tell.  The parts fiche is what various listmembers have been
>talking about making paper copies of.
>BTW, for those wanting their parts fiche printed on paper...at my local
>library they have fiche readers with a printer built in.  You can print any
>or all of the fiche there.  The library's reader isn't the right size to
>accomodate the whole Audi fiche.  But you can turn it sideways and read half
>at a time.  An alternative...the actual text portion of the audi fiche is in
>a small enough area (on my fiche) that you could use scissors and cut the
>fiche to fit in a standard reader.
>David Conner  Columbus, OH 
>'87 5KS,  '89 100E, '86 4KCSQ 

I think Alldata has some info similiar to the fiche.  I am going to get a CD
for my 86 if they cover Canadian models and confirm for you.  They say they
have a 30 day free trial. The Demo Download on the BMW had part numbers

Aidrie, AB, Canada