ACDelco Expands Professional Reman Alternator, Starter Line

ACDelco Expands Professional Reman Alternator, Starter Line

These additions cover application model years 1999-2015 for GM, Chrysler, Ford, Honda, Toyota, Nissan and a variety of other manufacturers.

ACDelco Alternator

GRAND BLANC, Mich. — ACDelco has introduced 186 new part numbers to its remanufactured alternators and starter offerings. These additions cover application model years 1999-2015 for GM, Chrysler, Ford, Honda, Toyota, Nissan and a variety of other manufacturers.

Of the 186 new part numbers, 147 are alternators and 37 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 “334” for alternators and “336” 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:

•100 percent new brushes, bearings and bushings

•100 percent new solenoids and new regulators on “A” suffix part numbers

•More than 2,700 unique parts

•Covers many makes and models: 16 percent GM and 84 percent non-GM

To learn more, contact your local ACDelco representative or visit ACDelco.com.

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