ACDelco Expands Professional New Alternator, Starter Line

ACDelco Expands Professional New Alternator, Starter Line

Of the 106 new part numbers, 66 are alternators and 44 are starters.


GRAND BLANC, Mich. – ACDelco has introduced 106 new part numbers to its Professional new alternator and starter portfolio. The part number expansion covers 1970-2012 models from Chevrolet, Buick, Cadillac, GMC, Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ford, Honda, Toyota, Hyundai, Nissan, Subaru and other manufacturers.


115335ACDElcost_00000065494Of the 106 new part numbers, 66 are alternators and 44 are starters. ACDelco Professional new starters and alternators carry a two-year/24,000-mile limited parts warranty. Shorter, simpler ACDelco part numbers begin with “335” for alternators and “337” for starters.

The company says that in addition to competitive pricing and broad coverage, features and benefits of ACDelco Professional new starters and alternators include:

•All components are 100-percent new – not remanufactured – for improved performance and longer life
•Latest design changes to original equipment parts are applied, to provide the latest and most efficient unit for vehicles internal component enhancements are included to improve original OE function
•Components are 100-percent greased and lubricated to improve reliability under the harshest conditions
•All units are 100-percent end-of-line tested to verify assembly quality.

Eligible members of the ACDelco Professional Service Center program who install ACDelco Professional new alternators and starters may offer additional consumer assurance such as labor and roadside assistance.

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