Using Labor Codes and Part Kits

Labor Codes allow you to set-up Part Kits. This will save you time, by attaching the required parts to the Labor Code, the parts will automatically be added to the Service Job.

Using Labor Codes

1. Access the Service Items Tab on a Repair Order

2. Choose the Labor Code

Two ways to access Labor Codes

      • Use the down-drop menu in the Labor Code Field
      • Click the Binoculars Icon 

NOTE:  If the Labor Code used has an attached Part Kit, the necessary parts will be added to the Part Items Tab of the Repair Order. 


Using a Part Kit, if it is not attached to the Labor Code

1. Access the Part Items Tab of the Repair Order or Invoice

2. Right-click anywhere in the Blue Parts Box of the Repair Order or Invoice

3. Choose Add Parts Kit

4. Select the desired Part Kit 

5. Click Add


IMPORTANT:  There is a System Rule to consider when using Part Kits, be sure the Rule Answer for UpdatePKPricing is set to your preference.



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System Setup for Alternate Part Numbers

Adding a New Part / New Part Inventory

Adding Parts to Inventory from a Invoice / Repair Order

Creating a Parts Purchase Order

Special Order Parts from an Invoice

Special Order Parts from a Repair Order

Receiving a Purchase Order and Creating a Back Order PO

Create / Close a Parts Invoice

Create / Close a Repair Order

Search Parts

Asterisk Showing on Parts Search

Parts Cycle Count

Parts Price Comparison Feature (Profit Margin Formula)

Creating Part Bins

Moving Parts / Contents of a Bin

Creating Labor Codes & Part Kits