Tenneco Launches Free 'Servicegram' Technical Fliers From Monroe, Walker Brands To Support Industry Partners

Tenneco Launches Free ‘Servicegram’ Technical Fliers From Monroe, Walker Brands To Support Industry Partners

These free, monthly technical fliers will provide automotive service professionals and counter professionals with valuable insight into two of the industry's premier brands.

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MONROE, Mich. —  Tenneco has announced the launch of its new Monroe Shocks and Struts Servicegram and Walker Emissions Control Servicegram. These free, monthly technical fliers will provide automotive service professionals and counter professionals valuable insight into two of the industry’s premier brands.

Also available in French and Spanish, the new Servicegrams deliver timely technical product insight, common service bay procedures and troubleshooting techniques and tips. The current Monroe Servicegrams include topics such as “What Does No or Slow Rod Extension Mean for My Replacement Shock/Strut” and “The Use of Specialized OE Spring Technology on Strut Assembly Repairs.” For Walker, the latest Servicegram topics include “Make Exhaust Less Stressful” and “Lost Productivity Due to Converter ‘Break In.’”

“We are excited to bring this technical information to our customers and trade partners,” said Denise Hanefeld, brand manager, Tenneco. “These new Servicegrams will provide easily understandable tips and procedures in a format that is convenient and quick for the technician or counter professional who is on the move.”

Published monthly and available electronically, Monroe and Walker Servicegrams will provide hands-on learning through step-by-step how-to articles, relevant technical tips and more. To sign up to receive either flier, please contact your Monroe or Walker sales representative

To learn more about Monroe ride control products or Walker emissions control products, please contact your Monroe, Walker or Tenneco representative, and visit www.Monroe.com or www.WalkerExhaust.com.

Tenneco is an $8.2 billion global manufacturing company with headquarters in Lake Forest, Illinois and approximately 30,000 employees worldwide. Tenneco is one of the world’s largest designers, manufacturers and marketers of clean air and ride performance products and systems for automotive and commercial vehicle original equipment markets and the aftermarket. Tenneco’s principal brand names are Monroe, Walker, XNOx and Clevite Elastomer.

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