ACtion Magazine - May 2013 - (Page 35)

Beck/Arnley adds 329 new foreign-nameplate part numbers Beck/Arnley has added 329 new part numbers to its line of premium quality, genuine foreign-nameplate products in the first quarter of 2013. The new part numbers fall within the following Beck/Arnley product modules: • Brake & Chassis • Cooling • Electrical • Engine Management • Engine Parts & Filtration are ready to use right out of the box and work with all major TPMS scan tools. The 2013 catalog features an application section and an illustrated buyers guide with individual listings for OE sensor assemblies, REDI-Sensor multiapplication sensors, service kits, and wheel bands, plus torque specifications, installation tips, service kit generation guide, make/model index, OE cross reference, REDI-Sensor cross reference, REDI-Sensor product information, and contact details. For more information, visit: or contact: 244 27 1 19 38 The new part numbers and their applications can be downloaded in either a PDF or Excel format by visiting Beck/ Arnley’s website ( beckarnleynumbers.html), and they’re also available on Beck/Arnley’s Web catalog ( Facebook page, Product questions can be sent to beckproduct@ New 2013 VDO TPMS catalog Continental Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket, manufacturer and supplier of VDO OE-engineered instrumentation and replacement parts, has just released its new VDO 2013 TPMS Replacement Parts Program catalog. This new catalog has been significantly expanded to include the latest applications in the VDO REDISensor™ Multi-Application TPMS Sensor line, which now provides coverage for over 85% of all vehicles in North America with just three SKUs. The Program also includes additional OEM sensors and service kits for a wider range of domestic, European and Asian vehicles, plus recently expanded truck and 433.92 MHz coverage. VDO REDI-Sensor sensors represent a significant breakthrough in TPMS service and profitability. Unlike other sensors that require the purchase of specialized sensor programming or cloning tools, REDI-Sensors are pre-programmed with software from the factory and designed to follow OEM relearn procedures. They When choosing a no-idle system, heading down the right road is critical. Some manufacturers make false claims about their cooling performance – and you get hit with the consequences: Drivers are hot and miserable, units often need to be replaced, and you are frustrated. But with the NITE® Phoenix system, you get real numbers – proven true in a recent independent test. INDEPENDENT NO-IDLE TEST RESULTS In an independent no-idle test, our competitor’s system produced 58.5% less Btu/hr than claimed, and was still 45% less than the NITE Phoenix. ACTUAL CLAIMED Competitor 4,150 Btu/hr* 10,000 Btu/hr % BELOW CLAIMED 58.5% NITE Phoenix 7,500 Btu/hr* 7,500 Btu/hr 0% Choose the NITE – it’s truly the best direction. See all the test results at * 90°F indoor temperature / 75°F wetbulb temperature / 100°F outdoor temperature Reader Reply ACTION • May 2013 35

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of ACtion Magazine - May 2013

Action Magazine - May 2013
Freeze Frame
Virtual View
Under the Southern Cross
Leonard's Law
News & Updates
What Is Happening in the Auto A/C Industry?
New Equipment, Tools and Service Parts for 2013
Striking Customer Service Gold
Asociation News
Quick Check
New Products & Services
Last Watch

ACtion Magazine - May 2013