CASIS OEM repair information site gets upgrade

by | Jun 24, 2024 | 0 comments

The site, operated in support of the CASIS agreement, has undergone a significant upgrade.

The Canadian Automotive Service Information Standard (CASIS) provides a framework for Canadian automobile manufacturers to share their service and repair information with the automotive aftermarket industry on a level equivalent to that of their authorized dealers.

The site is a free resource for Canadian automotive service and repair professionals by the National Automotive Trades Association (NATA), on behalf of the CASIS partners NATA, AIA Canada, Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers Association, and Global Automakers of Canada. has been relaunched for a seamless user experience and a one-stop resource for essential OEM technical information. The site provides direct links to automakers’ sites and enhanced third-party resources to support Canadian automotive repairers.

The update includes a more user-friendly interface and quicker access to additional resources–such as a VIN decoder, OEM Calibration Requirements, and Transport Canada Recalls–which are now accessible from the site’s home page.

In additon, the upgrade appears to offer a better mobile experience.

OEM diagnostic and repair information, vehicle software updates and tools are available to any service provider in Canada by creating an account on the respective manufacturer’s technical information website.

Each manufacturer’s website functions independently and as such subscription fee, terms, and method of locating information is determined by each manufacturer.


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