Autoelectro provides knowledge boosting technical hub

Autoelectro provides knowledge boosting technical hub

Rotating electrics remanufacturer Autoelectro has urged technicians to improve their knowledge of fitting starters and alternators, thanks to its free online technical hub.

The specialist, who is celebrating 30 years of trading throughout 2016, offers a variety of useful online tools and services, designed to help technicians diagnose correctly, as well as refining their product information and providing them with handy fitting tips.

The company says accurate diagnosis is becoming increasingly-difficult and the right support is tough to obtain, thanks to more complicated vehicle installations. Autoelectro hopes its timely interception will help eradicate faults and avoid unnecessary warranty returns.

The remanufacturer’s website offers a library of essential information, which can be accessed by signing up free-of-charge and only takes a few moments. So far, over 700 individuals have subscribed. Once completed, users can search specifically for manufacturer and model, as well engine size, year, fuel type and part type. The thorough search criteria enable users to find exactly what they require. Additionally, a live chat facility is open for those that want that immediate one-to-one personal contact.

Autoelectro has advised technicians to sign-up to this invaluable source of information as soon as possible to resolve any starting or charging problems, in line with the company’s ‘Fit & Forget’ motto. The hub can be accessed at


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