Parts bridge toyota

Parts bridge toyota DEFAULT

Body Shop User Guide - Auto PartsBridge

AutoPartsBridge

Toyota

BodyShopUserGuide


Contents

Getting started 2

Log on and off 2

Configure settings 3

Modify settings 5

Processing an order 5

Access the list of estimates 7

Send an order directly to the dealer 8

View an order 9

View or add labor items 10

Validate parts 11

Add new parts 13

Accessing and managing orders 17

Accept a quote 18

Reimport an order 19

Print an order 20

Save an order 20

Search for an order 21

Complete an order 21

1 | © Infomedia Ltd 2009

Getting started


Getting started

Welcome to AutoPartsBridge!

Getting started

AutoPartsBridge is an electronic ordering and part validation system for body shops and

dealerships.

Some of the advantages for the body shop are:

� Imports estimates from estimating systems

� Provides the option to validate the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) part

numbers

� Provides full OEM catalog searching

� Turns estimates into orders and quotes

Log on and off

AutoPartsBridge is a web-based application that is accessed from the AutoPartsBridge

website. To start using AutoPartsBridge, you will need to log on with your assigned user

name and password.

To log on to AutoPartsBridge:

1 Go to the AutoParts Bridge website at www.autopartsbridge.com.

2 Click the BodyShops enter here button on the website.

3 Type your user name in the Username field.

4 Type your password in the Password field.

5 Click the Log On button or press the Enter key.

To log off from AutoPartsBridge, click the Log Off button on the navigation bar.

© Infomedia Ltd 2009 | 2


Configure settings

Getting started

When you log onto AutoPartsBridge for the first time, you will need to complete the

Configuration Wizard to configure the settings for your BodyShop.

For Administrators to set up AutoPartsBridge complete each step of the Wizard:

1 Introduction: View the Welcome window and click the Next button.

2 End User Licence Agreement: Read the EULA and privacy policy, select the

required checkboxes and click the Next button.

3 Estimating Systems: Select the checkbox for the required estimating systems and

confirm the directory path for the location of the exported estimates. Then, click

the Next button.

Or, click the Browse icon and navigate to the required location.

4 Company Profile: Confirm your company details and edit the details if required.

Click the drop-down menu in the Time Zone field and select your time zone. Click

the Next button.

5 User Accounts: Additional user accounts can be setup, if required. Type the new

user details and click the Create User Account button. Then, click the Next button.

3 | © Infomedia Ltd 2009


Getting started

6 All Makes Ordering: Select the checkbox for a manufacturer and type the dealer

details in the Add New Dealer window. You can add additional dealers for each

manufacturer. Then, click the Next button.

Setting up the All Makes Ordering window allows you to view, print and email

estimates from AutoPartsBridge to non-Toyota dealers. Toyota and Scion are

automatically selected.

7 Add-ons: Click Install Now and follow the prompts to install the Desktop Notifier.

Then, type your user details into the Desktop Notifier window. Then, click the Next

button.

The Desktop Notifier helps you to monitor activities and transactions as they occur

in AutoPartsBridge. Refer to the Desktop Notification System Flyer.

8 Finish: Click the Finish button to complete the Configuration Wizard.

You may now start using AutoPartsBridge.

Note: Non-Administrators will only need to complete the End User Licence Agreement

and the Estimating Systems steps of the Configuration Wizard.

© Infomedia Ltd 2009 | 4


Modify settings

Getting started

After you have initially logged on to AutoPartsBridge and set up the Configuration

Wizard, you can modify the configuration settings in the Preferences window. You can

modify details in the Estimating Systems, Company Profile, User Accounts and All Makes

Ordering tabs. In addition, you can install the Desktop Notifier in the Add-Ons tab to

improve efficiencies in your Dealership.

To add additional user accounts within the dealership:

1 Click the Preferences button on the navigation bar.

2 Click the User Accounts tab.

3 Type the user account details in the appropriate fields.

4 Click the Create User Account button.

5 Click the Close button.

Note: Non-Administrators will have the Estimating Systems and Company Profile tabs

only.

5 | © Infomedia Ltd 2009


Processing an order

Processing an order

The orders from the estimating system are displayed in the Orders to be Processed panel.

The estimates consist of OEM parts only, aftermarket parts only or a combination of both

OEM and aftermarket parts. When an order is sent to the dealer, OEM parts are

automatically ordered and the dealer can provide a quote for the OEM equivalent of the

aftermarket parts.

To process an order the estimate can be sent directly to the dealer or the estimate can be

viewed and modified prior to sending to the dealer.

When processing orders, the following steps can be performed:

� Access the list of estimates

� Send an order directly to the dealer

� View and modify an order

© Infomedia Ltd 2009 | 6


Access the list of estimates

Processing an order

After you log on, the list of estimates can be displayed in the Orders to be Processed panel.

AutoPartsBridge works with four estimating systems; Audatex, Comp-Est, Mitchell and

Pathways. You can view all the estimates or you can filter by a specific timeframe or

manufacturer make.

To view the entire estimate list:

1 Click the drop-down menu and select the required estimating system.

2 Click the All button.

3 View the estimate list.

The following information is displayed:

� Estimate Number: The number assigned to the estimate.

� Date: The date the estimate was created.

� Insurer: The name of the insurance company.

� Claim Number: The number of the claim, if available.

� Customer: The name of the customer.

� VIN: The Vehicle Identification Number for the vehicle.

� Make/Vehicle: The make and model of the vehicle.

4 Click a column header and select the Arrow icon to sort a column.

To filter the estimate list by timeframe or make:

1 Click the drop-down menu and select the required estimating system.

2 Filter by timeframe or make:

� Click the Day, Week or Month button and specify the date, or

� Click the drop-down list and select the required make.

7 | © Infomedia Ltd 2009


Send an order directly to the dealer

Processing an order

The estimate can be sent directly to the dealer as an order. The dealer will automatically

order the OEM parts and will provide a quote for the OEM equivalent of the aftermarket

parts.

To send an order directly to the dealer:

1 View the list of estimates.

2 Select the order you wish to send to the dealer.

3 Click the Send to Dealer icon on the selected order.

The order and an email notification will be sent directly to the dealer.

4 Type the purchase order number in the Purchase Order Number field (if required),

and click the OK button.

5 Click the OK button to confirm.

The order will be moved to the Orders Sent folder.

© Infomedia Ltd 2009 | 8


View an order

Processing an order

Prior to sending an order to the dealer you can view or modify the order. The estimate

consists of OEM parts only, aftermarket parts only or a combination of both OEM and

aftermarket parts.

To view an order:

1 Select the estimate you wish to view.

2 Click the View/Modify icon on the required estimate.

3 View the order. The following information is displayed:

� OEM P/N and Non OEM P/N: The OEM and non OEM part number, if available.

� Description: The description of the part.

� Part Type: The two types of parts are genuine (OEM) or aftermarket (AM). The

aftermarket type includes eight categories of parts such as existing part, glass,

salvage part, other part, partial part, sublet part, remanufactured part and labor.

� Qty: The number of parts required. This field can be modified.

� MSRP: The Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price.

� Est. Price: The price of the part taken from the estimate.

� Purchase Price: The purchase price from the dealer which includes your normal

dealer discount.

� Action: The OEM parts are labelled as Order and the aftermarket parts as

Quote.

4 Click the Send to Dealer button.

The order and an email notification will be sent to the dealer.

5 Click the OK button to confirm.

The order will be moved to the Orders Sent folder.

� Tip: To show or hide additional vehicle details, click the Up or Down Arrow icon

.

9 | © Infomedia Ltd 2009


View or add labor items

Some estimates contain labor items that can be displayed and added to an order.

To add labor items in your request for a quote:

1 Click the Show entire estimate checkbox at the bottom of the screen.

Processing an order

The labor items will be listed in the order.

2 Click the Add to Order button in the Action field, to add the labor item to the

order.

The labor item will now be displayed in red in the Part Type field.

3 Confirm Quote is selected from the drop-down menu in the Action field.

A request for a quote on the labor item will be included in the order sent to the

dealer.

� Tip: To allow the dealer to add parts to your order, select the Allow Additional

Parts checkbox. To add a note, click the Order Options button, type your note and

click the OK button.

© Infomedia Ltd 2009 | 10


Validate parts

Processing an order

You can validate the OEM and aftermarket parts prior to sending the order to the dealer.

Or, the dealer can validate the parts for you.

There are two processes used to validate parts:

Automatic validation

� Manual validation

Validate parts automatically

The automatic validation process uses the invalid part number to perform a manufacturer

part code (PNC) lookup against the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). The search results

are returned and recommended part numbers will be displayed for each invalid part

number (if available).

To validate parts automatically:

1 Select the estimate you wish to process.

2 Click the View/Modify Order icon on the required estimate.

The order will be displayed.

3 Click the Validate Parts button.

Parts that match part numbers in the Electronic Parts Catalog (EPC) will be validated

automatically. The valid part numbers will be displayed at the bottom of the screen.

The invalid part numbers will be displayed at the top of the screen.

4 Identify the suggested correct parts.

The suggested correct parts (if available) are displayed below each invalid part.

5 To correct an invalid part number:

� Click the Valid icon to move this part number to the valid part list.

� Click the View icon to go directly to the part in the EPC for confirmation.

11 | © Infomedia Ltd 2009


Processing an order

Validate parts manually

The EPC will only provide part number recommendations for OEM equivalent part

numbers. If the automatic validation process does not display part number

recommendations for the invalid parts, the parts must be validated manually in the EPC.

The sections and illustrations of the EPC can be navigated using the pictorial index, known

as the Graphic Index, or the text-based drop-down menus located at the top of the screen.

To validate parts manually:

1 Click the Search icon on the required part.

The EPC will be displayed.

2 Navigate through the Graphic Index to locate the OEM equivalent part.

For more information on finding parts, refer to the Add new parts section.

3 Click the callout number in the illustration.

The part details will be displayed.

4 Click the Check Mark icon to add the part to the order.

The part will be added to the order as a valid part number and the existing genuine

(OEM) and aftermarket (AM) indicators will be retained in the Part Type field.

© Infomedia Ltd 2009 | 12


Add new parts

Processing an order

Additional parts that were not in the original estimate can be added to the order, prior to

sending to the dealer. Click the Add Parts button in the Order List screen to display the

Parts Catalog and navigate through the Graphic Index or search for the part.

To locate parts, use one of the following methods:

� Use the Graphic Index to locate parts graphically

� Use the search feature in the Parts Search panel

Use the Graphic Index

The Graphic Index is a pictorial index of the major and minor sections of a vehicle.

To use the Graphic Index:

1 Click the Add Parts button in the Order List screen.

2 Click the required major section.

The corresponding minor sections will be displayed.

3 Click the required minor section.

The corresponding illustration will be displayed.

If more than one illustration is displayed, click on the required illustration.

13 | © Infomedia Ltd 2009


4 Click the callout number in the illustration.

The part details will be displayed.

If more than one part is displayed, click on the required part.

5 Click the Check Mark icon to add the part to the order.

6 To return to the order, click the Left Arrow icon .

Processing an order

To return to the start of the Graphic Index, click the Graphic Index icon .

To close the screen at anytime, click the Close icon at the top of each screen.

The drop-down menus can also be used to navigate the sections and illustrations.

© Infomedia Ltd 2009 | 14


Processing an order

Search for parts

The Parts Search panel allows you to search for parts using a variety of search types

including the description. The manufacturer part code or part number can also be used to

locate parts.

To search for parts:

1 Type the search criteria in the search field.

2 Select the search type. For example, description.

3 Click the Search button.

The search results will be displayed.

4 Click on the required part.

The illustration will be displayed with the callout number of the part highlighted.

The part details will be displayed. If more than one part is displayed, click on the

required part.

5 Click the Check Mark icon to add the part to the order.

15 | © Infomedia Ltd 2009


Adjust the illustration display

The following options are available to view more of an illustration:

Processing an order

� Use the vertical scroll bar on the right of the illustration area to scroll top to bottom

� Use the horizontal scroll bar on the bottom of the illustration area to scroll left to

right

� Use the vertical slide bar on the left of the illustration to slide the bar to the left or

right.

The icons on the toolbar can be used to adjust and print the illustration:

Actual Size sets the illustration size to 100%

Fit Page adjusts the illustration to fit the screen

Fit Width sets the illustration to the width of the screen

Fit Height sets the illustration to the height of the screen

Print Image prints the illustration

Pan Image allows you to move the illustration in all directions

Pan and Zoom preview allows you to preview the illustration

© Infomedia Ltd 2009 | 16


Accessing and managing orders

Accessing and managing orders

Orders can be viewed, saved, printed and completed in the Orders in Progress panel.

Orders are organized based on their status such as modified, saved or sent.

Status Description

Modified An order that has been modified by the dealer.

Orders Sent An order or quote request that has been sent to the dealer.

Saved An order that has been saved.

Sent Externally

An order has been sent to a non-Toyota dealer based on the

details entered into the All Makes Ordering window.

Completed An order that has been completed.

Orders can be accessed from the following folders:

� Modified by dealer: The folder contains quotes received from the dealer.

� Orders Sent: This folder contains orders and/or quote requests sent to the dealer.

� Orders Saved: This folder contains orders that have been saved, and therefore are

to be completed at a later time.

� Completed: This folder contains orders that are closed and therefore cannot be

modified.

� All: This folder contains all types of orders.

17 | © Infomedia Ltd 2009


Accept a quote

Accessing and managing orders

Orders that are sent to the dealer with a request for a quote against the aftermarket part

will be returned in the Modified by Dealer folder. The order is opened and the quote for

the OEM equivalent of the aftermarket part can be accepted.

To accept a quote from the dealer:

1 Click the Modified by Dealer button.

The orders from the dealer will be displayed.

2 Identify the aftermarket parts that were to be quoted against by the dealer.

The OEM equivalent of the aftermarket part is displayed with a Quote status.

3 View the sale price for the part in the Purchase Price field.

4 To accept the quote, click the drop-down menu and select Order in the Action

field.

To decline a quote, retain the status as Quote in the Action field.

5 Continue to accept or decline the sale price for all aftermarket parts.

6 Once the quote is complete, click the Send to Dealer button.

The accepted quote will be sent to the dealer.

© Infomedia Ltd 2009 | 18


Reimport an order

Accessing and managing orders

You can reimport an estimate if you need to make a change to an estimate. The order will

be accessed from the Orders Saved or Modified by Dealer folders in the Orders in Progress

Panel.

To reimport an order:

1 Double click on the required order in the Orders in Progress panel.

The Parts List will be displayed.

2 Click the Reimport Order button.

3 Click the Yes button to confirm.

The estimate will be reimported and will replace the existing estimate.

4 Save or send the order to the dealer.

Note: Only estimates that have not been committed can be reimported from the

estimating system. In addition, if the dealer has already started to process the order,

you will not be able to reimport the estimate

19 | © Infomedia Ltd 2009


Print an order

Orders can be printed from the Order List screen.

To print an order:

1 Select the order you wish to print.

2 Click the View/Modify icon in the Orders to be Processed panel.

3 View the order.

4 Click the Print button.

The order will be printed.

Save an order

Orders can be saved from the Order List screen.

To save an order:

1 Select the order you wish to save.

2 Click the View/Modify icon in the Orders to be Processed panel.

3 View the order.

4 Click the Save button.

Accessing and managing orders

The order will be saved and will be moved to the Orders Saved folder.

© Infomedia Ltd 2009 | 20


Search for an order

Orders can be searched for in the Orders in Progress panel.

To search for an order:

1 Type the search criteria in the Search for field.

21 | © Infomedia Ltd 2009

Accessing and managing orders

2 Select the search type in the Search by field. For example, estimate number.

3 Click the Search button.

The search results will be displayed.

Complete an order

Orders can be completed once finalized in the Orders in Progress panel.

To complete an order:

1 Confirm the order is finalized.

2 Click on the required order.

3 Click Mark as Complete in the Complete column.

Disclaimer

The status will be updated from Orders Sent to Complete and the order will be

moved to the Completed Orders folder.

© Infomedia Ltd 2007-2009. All rights reserved worldwide.

Infomedia , and AutoPartsBridge are registered trademarks and trademarks of Infomedia Ltd. All other brand names or

trademarks are the properties of their respective holders. No warranty of any kind is given regarding the information

contained herein, which is provided on an “as is” basis. Any warranties as to merchantability and fitness for a specific

purpose are, to the fullest extent, excluded. Infomedia Ltd shall in no way be liable to the reader of this document for any

direct, consequential, indirect, incidental, punitive, special or other damages whatsoever arising from the reader’s reliance

on the contents provided herein. The receipt of this document shall not be construed as conferring any rights to the recipient

in the information provided, nor in the patents, trademarks or copyrights of Infomedia Ltd or any of its subsidiaries.

BodyShopUserGuide_TMC_EN-US_v2.1


ifmsystems.com

You have already flagged this document.
Thank you, for helping us keep this platform clean.
The editors will have a look at it as soon as possible.

Are you sure you want to delete your template?

Magazine: Body Shop User Guide - Auto PartsBridge

Sours: https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/view/8262507/body-shop-user-guide-auto-partsbridge

Old Bridge NJ Area Toyota Dealer

Great Toyota Deals for Old Bridge NJ Residents

Take the short drive from Old Bridge NJ to our NJ Toyota Dealership to get great deals on sporty Toyota Corolla and Camry, the fuel-efficient Prius, rugged RAV4, Highlander, 4Runner, the spacious Sienna, or the powerful Tacoma and Tundra. When it comes to shopping for a Toyota in the Old Bridge area, we know you have lots of options to choose from. Figuring out which Toyota is right for you can be overwhelming, but the knowledgeable and courteous Toyota sales professionals at Galaxy Toyota are ready to serve you and help you with your decision.

Old Bridge NJ is Only Minutes Away

Click “Directions” below in the upper right corner of the map to find you way to a great Toyota dealership experience where you’ll find great deals on New Toyotas, Certified Pre-Owned Toyotas or a wide selection of Quality Used Cars near Old Bridge. Looking for an inexpensive used car? We’ve got used cars priced under $15K to get you on your way.

Toyota Service & Parts for Old Bridge NJ

Toyota vehicles are well-known for the reliability and longevity. To keep them running at peak-performance, the Toyota Factory-Trained Technicians and Toyota Parts Specialists at our Toyota Service & Parts Center have the knowledge and skill to perform the maintenance and repairs necessary to keep you driving for years to come. Whether you need an oil change, brake service, a new battery or a major overhaul, Galaxy Toyota is the right choice to maintain your vehicle. Schedule your Toyota Service today online!

Sours: https://www.galaxytoyota.net/toyota-dealer-near-old-bridge-nj/
  1. Petco shawnee ks
  2. Drum music sheet
  3. Sports mitsubishi orlando
  4. Ural motorcycle usa
  • 2021 Sienna vs. 2020 and 2021 competitors. Information from manufacturers' websites as of 10/08/2020. Excludes electric vehicles. EPA-estimated 36 city/36 hwy/36 combined mpg for 2021 Sienna FWD models. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary for many reasons, including your vehicle's condition and how/where you drive. See https://www.fueleconomy.gov.
  • Do not exceed 120V. See Owner's Manual for additional limitations and details.
  • Lane Departure Alert is designed to read visible lane markers under certain conditions, and provide visual and audible alerts when lane departure is detected. It is not a collision-avoidance system or a substitute for safe and attentive driving. Effectiveness is dependent on many factors including road, weather and vehicle conditions. See Owner's Manual for additional limitations and details.
  • EPA-estimated 40 city/37 hwy/39 combined mpg for 2021 Venza. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary for many reasons, including your vehicle's condition and how/where you drive. See www.fueleconomy.gov.
  • 2021 Venza vs. 2020/2021 competitors. Information from manufacturers' websites as of 5/4/20.
  • Available on approved credit through participating Toyota dealers and Toyota Financial Services (TFS). Not all applicants will qualify. You may defer the first retail payment for up to 90 days from the contract date (up to 45 days in Pennsylvania). The amount of interest you pay will increase because finance charges accrue from the contract date origination. Earned interest over the first 90 days will be paid as interest according to your amortization schedule and will not be waived or added to the principal. Available on new and Certified Used Toyotas. Maximum term is 72 months. Individual dealer prices, other terms, and offers may vary. Void where prohibited. Not compatible with iFi program. Contact your participating Toyota dealer for details. The 90-day program is offered June 2, 2020 through July 6, 2020, and the 45-day program in Pennsylvania is offered June 2, 2020 through July 6, 2020. Toyota Financial Services is a service mark used by Toyota Motor Credit Corporation.
  • Rated for 1500 watts shared between both outlets. See Owner's Manual for additional limitations and details.
  • EPA-estimated 76 city/71 hwy/74 combined MPGe for 2021 Mirai XLE and 67 city/64 hwy/65 combined MPGe for 2021 Mirai Limited. MPGe is the EPA-equivalent of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric-mode operation. Use for comparison purposes only. Your MPGe/miles per kilogram will vary for many reasons, including your vehicle's condition and how/where you drive. See www.fueleconomy.gov.
  • Installation of a tow hitch receiver or other accessories located near the rear bumper or side-door kick sensors may require disabling or removing the kick sensor, and the sensor operation setting in your vehicle should be turned off. Water, weather, dirt, and other conditions also may cause the sensor to not operate properly or to operate unintentionally. See Owner's Manual for limitations.
  • Prototype vehicle shown with options using visual effects.
  • On select 2020 models. APR available with limited terms to maturity and on approved credit to only very well-qualified customers through participating Toyota dealers and Toyota Financial Services (TFS). Dealer contribution may vary and could affect price. Individual dealer prices, other terms and offers may vary. Must take retail delivery from participating dealer's stock and terms subject to vehicle availability. Cannot be combined with TFS APR Cash or Customer Cash. See your participating Toyota dealer for details. Offer void where prohibited. Offer valid 6/2/2020 through 7/6/2020.
  • Vehicle shown with some accessories not available from Toyota.
  • Toyota Safety Sense effectiveness is dependent on many factors including road, weather and vehicle conditions. Drivers are responsible for their own safe driving. Always pay attention to your surroundings and drive safely. See Owner's Manual for additional limitations and details.
  • Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist is designed to read visible lane markers under certain conditions. It provides a visual and audible alert, and slight steering force when lane departure is detected. It is not a collision-avoidance system or a substitute for safe and attentive driving. Effectiveness is dependent on many factors including road, weather and vehicle conditions. See Owner's Manual for additional limitations and details.
  • Do not overload your vehicle. See Owner's Manual for weight limits and restrictions.
  • Sours: https://www.toyota.com/deals-incentives/new-jersey/high-bridge
    Bridge Components and their functions -- Components of bridge in civil engineering -- Abutment

    .

    Bridge toyota parts

    .

    Parts of BRIDGE (Abutment, Wing Wall, Piers, Soffit, Bearing, Deck, Truss)

    .

    You will also be interested:

    .



    1048 1049 1050 1051 1052