Autoelectro bolsters stock portfolio with extensive part number update

Autoelectro bolsters stock portfolio with extensive part number update

PEUGEOT, Citroën, Ford, Mercedes-Benz and Renault star in Autoelectro’s latest new-to-range starter motor and alternator references.

The UK’s largest independent remanufacturer and supplier of rotating electrics has released its latest batch of part numbers, following extensive research and analysis of the UK car parc.

Notable among the references in the latest bulletin, Autoelectro now stocks a Peugeot/Citroën alternator – part number AEG1339 – for the Citroën Berlingo 1.6 eHDI (2015 onwards) and Peugeot Partner 1.6 eHDI (2015 onwards).

Also included is an alternator reference – part number AEK3825 – for several Mercedes-Benz applications: C200d 2.1 (2014 onwards), C250d 2.1 (2014 onwards), C300d 2.1 Hybrid (2014 onwards), S300d 2.1 Hybrid (2014 onwards), GLC220d 2.1 (2015 onwards) and GLC250d 2.1 (2015 onwards).

Alternator part number AEK3233 is available to buy now, which encompasses the Renault Kangoo 1.6 16v (2008-2013), Megane 1.6 16v (2005-2009) and Scenic 1.6 16v (2005-2009).

Meanwhile, focusing on starter motors, Ford and Peugeot/Citroën part numbers have been added to stock: AEX1208 covers the Ford Focus ST 2.0 (2014 onwards), Focus RS 2.3 (2015 onwards), Mondeo 2.0 (2014 onwards) and S-Max 2.0 (2015 onwards).

AEY3925 covers eight Peugeot and Citroën applications: Citroën C3 1.2 (2014 onwards), C4 1.2 (2014 onwards), DS3 1.2 (2013 onwards), DS4 1.2 (2015 onwards); Peugeot 208 1.2 (2015 onwards), 308 1.2 (2013 onwards), 2008 1.2 (2015 onwards) and 3008 1.2 (2015 onwards).

Autoelectro supplies more than 4,000 individual references from its headquarters and remanufacturing facility in Bradford, with a guarantee of meeting or exceeding original equipment specifications, and continues to grow exponentially.

The company’s customer service is headed by its technical support. Because of continued technology evolutions, accurate diagnosis is becoming tougher for technicians, so to assist them Autoelectro is delivering technical bulletins that are full of ‘tech tips’ and vehicle-specific information.

To boost technicians’ confidence and avoid unnecessary warranty claims caused by fitting issues, Autoelectro encourages them to sign up as soon as possible. The company’s team of experts are also contactable 24 hours a day via its online chat facility at autoelectro.co.uk

In addition, the technical hotline is available on 01274 656101.

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