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Including Digital Service Records
05/10/2016

Gordon Woods
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DIGITAL SERVICE RECORDS UPDATE - (07/10/2017)

Please pay attention to each manufacturer’s site system requirements. Remember to select all
options for language site and documentation to English.


JAGUAR LAND ROVER

They supplied us with the latest ‘how to’ guide and up-to-date contact information to allow
completion of the two stage registration process. The second stage can take between one to two
weeks for authorisation to DSR to be given.

(Guides can be accessed via logging into IGA Forums members area and selecting the download
section or logging into IGA website members area and searching in industry downloads and
contacting the IGA Technical helpline).

MERCEDES


Mercedes have a video tutorial on their site on how to use the digital service records; in addition to
this we have produced a pictorial representation of the three stages.
1 – Information and system requirements
2 – Registration process
3 – Accessing online service history

(Guides can be accessed via logging into IGA Forums members area and selecting the download
section or logging into IGA website members area and searching in industry downloads and
contacting the IGA Technical helpline).

BMW/ MINI


BMW Aftersales Online System (AOS) portal; is the newest version of the technical information
system and Digital Service Records can be accessed through this site via an application. When setting
up this access you may be required to load 50.00 Euros credit onto the system even though DSR is
free. Access to the DSR does not use any of this credit. BMW Guide available.

(Guides can be accessed via logging into IGA Forums members area and selecting the download
section or logging into IGA website members area and searching in industry downloads and
contacting the IGA Technical helpline).


VAG


AUDI


New: Audi has now modified the system to allow direct DSR access with no need to purchase a flat
rate fee. A new guide and information are now available via logging into IGA Forums members area
and selecting the download section or logging into IGA website members area and searching in
industry downloads and contacting the IGA Technical helpline).

SKODA


New: Skoda has now modified the system to allow direct DSR access with no need to purchase a
flat rate fee. A new guide and information are now available via logging into IGA Forums members
area and selecting the download section or logging into IGA website members area and searching in
industry downloads and contacting the IGA Technical helpline).

VOLKSWAGEN


New: VW has now modified the system to allow direct DSR access with no need to purchase a flat
rate fee. A new guide and information are now available via logging into IGA Forums members area
and selecting the download section or logging into IGA website members area and searching in
industry downloads and contacting the IGA Technical helpline).

MAZDA


Mazda screenshot guide available.

(Guides can be accessed via logging into IGA Forums members area and selecting the download
section or logging into IGA website members area and searching in industry downloads and
contacting the IGA Technical helpline).

TOYOTA


We have been in contact with Toyota regarding the apparent use of digital service records (DSR).
They use DSR on a dealer based system for information only and still supply a physical service book
with every new vehicle. You are only required to complete the service book after the relevant
service has been carried out according to manufacturer’s standards with appropriate parts.

SUBARU


Subaru are using digital service records and we contacted Subaru UK direct. Although they have a
DSR system in place it is only accessible to the UK dealer network. Also no service book is supplied
with any new vehicle.

The advice given was that they were more concerned that their service
schedules were followed and appropriate parts were used. As long as these requirements are met
with all invoices and documentation to back it up, they are more than happy or would prefer this
approach to be used as verification in the event of a warranty claim.


VOLVO


All new Volvos sold via our approved dealer network will come with a service book. Any dealer
completing a service, Volvo approved or independent, can stamp the book accordingly. Volvo
approved dealers will also record the service on our central computer system and retain detailed
records on site.

Please note however that a stamp in the book isn’t sufficient to confirm that the service has been
completed correctly. We would recommend that if a customer uses an independent dealer, they
ensure that they retain service/parts invoices to prove that the recommended work has been
completed and that the correct parts/fluids are used. They may be required to produce such
information if a warranty claim were made. If however a Volvo dealer is used for servicing, as per
the text above, the dealer is required to retain these records


RENAULT

Renault follow the procedure of offering a service book with new vehicles and therefore meets the
requirements for maintaining a service record.
edited by Gordon Woods on 07/10/2017
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03/11/2016

tob0001
tob0001
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Gordon Woods Wrote:
DIGITAL SERVICE RECORDS UPDATE

JAGUAR LAND ROVER

We have recently been in touch with Jaguar Land Rover regarding on line service history. They supplied us with the latest ‘how to’ guide and up-to-date contact information to allow completion of the two stage registration process (new guides can be accessed via logging into IGA Forums and selecting the download section or contacting the IGA Technical helpline).
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MERCEDES

Mercedes have a video tutorial on their site on how to use the digital service records; in addition to this we have produced a pictorial representation of the three stages.
1 – Information and system requirements
2 – Registration process
3 – Accessing online service history
These guides can be accessed by logging into IGA forums and selecting the download section or contacting the IGA Technical help line.
.
TOYOTA

We have been in contact with Toyota regarding the apparent use of digital service records (DSR). They use DSR on a dealer based system for information only and still supply a physical service book with every new vehicle. You are only required to complete the service book after the relevant service has been carried out according to manufacturer’s standards with appropriate parts.
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BMW/ MINI

We have been informed that BMW Online Service System (OSS) site portal is being migrated to BMW Aftersales Online System (AOS) portal; if you are currently registered to this system you should be switched across including any credit on your account. They should notify you of the change as there are some changes to the terms and conditions; if you don’t agree with these changes or no longer require access to the site, there will be procedure offered to remove your account.
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AUDI

On completion of an online service record, the initial site access fee can be claimed back by rebate and registered as credit on your Audi account. This can be achieved by contacting Audi upon successful completion of service records stating the relevant vehicle chassis numbers.
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SUBARU

Subaru are using digital service records and we are currently in discussion and trying to gain information on any procedures that need to be followed and any relevant processes that have been put into place – as soon as we have any more information, the IGA Forum will be updated accordingly.
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03/11/2016

tob0001
tob0001
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Hi RE Audi digital service records, I have today managed to update service records for 2 cars, its not easy as most of it is in german !! but can you tell me where at Audi i have to contact to have my access payment fee credited back to me. Thanks.
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27/11/2018

graycox
graycox
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Hi we could do with some updates on this subject as i have a toyota yaris hybrid here now no service book issued
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28/11/2018

Gordon Woods
Gordon Woods
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Hello.

I contacted Toyota yesterday relating to ability to record service records when carried out outside the Toyota network.
The response is as follows.

If your vehicle has been serviced outside of the Toyota Network these will not be displayed on your My Toyota account and the service book will be the only way of recording these services.
I hope this information is of assistance to you and thank you for contacting Toyota.


Your local Toyota Center Parts Department will be able to order a service book for you.



As you are aware things are always changing, the above was the reply at this time.


Hope this helps.
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