BBB Industries Launches Remy ‘Quick Tech Tip’ Video Series

BBB Launches Remy ‘Quick Tech Tip’ Video Series

The video series includes more than 100 video repair solutions for starters and alternators.

BBB Industries has launched a Remy “Quick Tech Tip” video series, providing professional technicians and DIYers with insightful repair solutions.

“We’ve seen a tremendous amount of positive response to the series, which currently includes over 100 video repair solutions for both starters and alternators,” said Matt Heater, rotating electric director of product marketing and product management. “Technicians and DIYers can look forward to at least two new Remy ‘Quick Tech Tip’ videos each week.”

To see any of the current videos and to sign-up for alerts for future videos, visit www.RemyAutomotive.com/Training.

BBB Industries is a Daphne, Alabama-based remanufacturer of starters, alternators, hydraulic and air-disc-brake calipers, power-steering products and turbochargers for the OEM, personal and commercial-vehicle aftermarkets.

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