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Aftermarket News Archive

Continental advances development of EV brake calipers

Continental has said that future electric vehicles will gain additional range thanks to its new brake design. The so-called Green Caliper, a newly developed brake

First Line 2023 wall planners now available

First Line has unveiled its 2023 wall planners for the automotive aftermarket, which are now available to order for free.

Tenneco introduces new Walker replacement SCR systems

Tenneco’s DRiV Motorparts business has made available its Walker replacement selective catalytic reduction (SCR) systems for more than 1,400,000 passenger vehicles in operation across Europe.

Textar adds new brake pads for Hyundai Tucson

Textar has added to its expansive aftermarket product range by manufacturing new rear brake pads for one of Ireland’s best selling cars, the Hyundai Tucson.

Apec adds 88 lines to braking range

Apec has this month added 88 lines to its ever-expanding braking range. As part of Apec’s continuous commitment to innovation

BM Catalysts expands range coverage to 1.3 million vehicles

BM Catalysts has expanded its product range with 12 new references. The emissions products manufacturer says its latest additions are compatible with 77 vehicle fitments,

Proven mechanical fixes for those trickier jobs

Autodata, part of the Solera group, has provided the following technical article which tackles two tricky mechanical faults on the Citroen DS3 and the Ford

Comline launches new steering and suspension brochure

Comline Auto Parts has launched its new steering and suspension brochure, which champions the brand’s all-makes range, the manufacturing and testing that underpins the product

TMD Friction launches new research and development facility

Braking product manufacturer TMD Friction has launched a new research and development facility in Seaton Ross, East Yorkshire as part of its investment strategy into

First Line urges wiper replacement to combat changing weather

Automotive aftermarket supplier First Line Ltd. has reminded drivers and technicians to inspect and replace where necessary vehicle windscreen wiper blades, as changeable weather conditions