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Old 03-02-2022, 06:08 PM   #1
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Navistar OnCommand Parts Database

I've been banging my head on this one for a while. Usually when I need parts I have to email my local International dealer with my VIN, wait for them to try to find what I'm looking for, get me a quote (that's usually ridiculously marked up) then go look online for interchange part numbers, then finally do my online shopping to find what I want.

Then tonight, I found this:
https://repairlinkshop.com/HeavyDuty...rtlist/split/0
Just register, select a dealer (can be anyone whether you use them or not)
Once logged in, create a "cart name" - can be anything - then click the Open Catalog button

Then, boom, you're in Oncommand. See your build sheet, look for parts, whatever.


I hope this helps someone else out there too!
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Old 03-03-2022, 09:51 AM   #2
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We use repair link, and oncommand through it, in the shop all the time for OE parts. I thought you had to have a business name, tax id, and vendors license though to even register on repairlink, but it's been several years since I've done it.

It's nice to have access, but some of it is quirky in finding the right part, and IIRC it only goes back to like 2000 or something, and is pretty limited until 2005 or so.
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Old 03-04-2022, 04:54 PM   #3
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We use repair link, and oncommand through it, in the shop all the time for OE parts. I thought you had to have a business name, tax id, and vendors license though to even register on repairlink, but it's been several years since I've done it.

It's nice to have access, but some of it is quirky in finding the right part, and IIRC it only goes back to like 2000 or something, and is pretty limited until 2005 or so.
The first screen you have to hit is "shops register here" and it will ask for a company name and your position. I operate a fleet so put in my LLC name and set myself as "owner" but there wasn't any validation with an EIN or required upload of a busines license or anything like that. I don't see a reason an individual couldn't register as themselves for access unless it was against the EULA or Terms of Use (I honestly didn't read it that close )

It's definitely quirky and takes some experimentation to get used to it. I think I saw somewhere it goes back to 98 or something like that. Some of the parts it will show multiple options depending on what options were available with a particular setup or the build year if some things changed.

Definitely not perfect or for the faint of heart. But handy for experienced or hands on guys/gals who don't want to wait 3 days for a dealer quote - especially when you're looking for parts on a holiday weekend lol.
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Old 03-04-2022, 05:29 PM   #4
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it shows parts for my 99 / 00 red bus.. didnt bring up my 1978 Loadstar though.. I didnt have the VIN handy for the 91, ill try that at some point for fun
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Old 02-29-2024, 03:19 PM   #5
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Day 2 messing around with oncommand and it's already immensely helpful... thanks! Both seeing the diagrams of my bus components and also finding specific parts online at like 1/3 the cost of the dealership's quote... good share
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Old 02-29-2024, 03:46 PM   #6
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I had forgotten about this post, thanks for refreshing it!

I created an account but before you are able to use it it requires you to call the parts dept. of the dealership you selected. I guess that so they can turn you on on their side?

Got to wait till the morning for that!
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Old 03-03-2024, 09:46 AM   #7
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I had forgotten about this post, thanks for refreshing it!

I created an account but before you are able to use it it requires you to call the parts dept. of the dealership you selected. I guess that so they can turn you on on their side?

Got to wait till the morning for that!
Is this what you mean? Pic showing my error.

Does this mean they don't have my info or they have to enable it at the dealership?
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