CCC/MOTOR – Deduct for Overlap Grille Labor

Recent Inquiry 12871 discovered that when grille R/I is being performed on bumper cover R/I or R/R labor, Deduct for Overlap is still being applied to the R/I grille labor when the time has already been adjusted to the R/I labor value based on the H Notes section.

Below is the response from CCC:
“It appears the attempt to allow the difference of labor time between R&R and R&I Grille is not working properly when the R&R Grille is selected with the R&R Bumper, and the bumper includes only the R&I grille per the footnote. This is causing a negative impact that was not identified initially.

CCC does not currently have the ability to support the R&I portion of labor time being deducted from the R&R Grille time when selected with the R&R or O/H Bumper.
The overlap deduction currently in place will need to be removed, and this concern will be added to the backlog for further review when time permits.”

This example below shows a 2016 Honda Odyssey overlap being taken on r/I grille which should not apply and manually needs to be corrected.

The estimating databases are all intended to be used as a GUIDE ONLY - it is important to remember that the auto body professional performing the repair is in a position to thoroughly inspect, diagnose and identify the methodology and their unique cost of the vehicle damage repair.

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2018-10-29T14:02:40+00:00October 29th, 2018|DEG Estimating Tips|