Airtex Introduces New Mobile VIN Scan App

Airtex Introduces New Mobile VIN Scan App

Once the VIN is scanned, the application takes the user to the Airtex product catalog for that specific vehicle, displaying the fuel pump needed, technical specifications and where to buy.

FAIRFIELD, Ill. – Airtex Fuel Delivery Systems has introduced a new mobile application compatible with Apple iPhones. This app is available for FREE download in the Apple App Store. The Airtex Fuel Delivery Systems VIN Scan App uses the smartphone’s camera to scan the vehicle identification number saving the user the time and trouble of punching in multiple numbers.
Once the VIN is scanned, the application takes the user to the Airtex product catalog for that specific vehicle, displaying the fuel pump needed, technical specifications, and where to buy. The app can also be used to search for Airtex products by entering the part number or year, make, and model of the vehicle.
The new Airtex VIN Scan App includes numerous customer support resources like downloads, videos, and access to free technical support. This resource provides countermen, technicians, and do-it-yourselfers with real-time educational assistance, diagnostic training, technical tips, and common diagnostic procedures.
“We are committed to providing unmatched customer service and technical support,” says Brandon Kight, Director of Marketing and Program Development at Airtex Fuel Delivery Systems and ASC Industries. “This app allows our customers to save a lot of the time and hassle associated with finding the right part. With this VIN Scan App, it literally takes only a few seconds to scan the VIN and know the fuel pump that you need. All of the part specific technical support videos and resources are all right there, which will provide all the knowledge needed to do the job right the first time.”

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