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Double coverage for ACDelco PSC participants

Posted on January 28, 2014
Under ACDelco Consumer Assurance, consumers are now eligible for free replacement parts and labor on qualified parts installed at an ACDelco PSC facility.

Under ACDelco Consumer Assurance, consumers are now eligible for free replacement parts and labor on qualified parts installed at an ACDelco PSC facility.

ACDelco announced that has doubled parts and labor coverage for its Professional Service Center (PSC) program participants to 24 months/24,000 miles (whichever comes first) to consumers on qualified maintenance and repairs.

ACDelco said customer feedback prompted its decision, effective immediately, to enhance the warranty.

“Our customers trust us to help them maintain a competitive edge in the independent aftermarket,” says Chris Brandt, ACDelco national marketing manager.

“A solid warranty that protects them and their customers is a statement that we stand behind our parts and the work performed by our PSC program participants.”

The enhanced coverage applies to all levels of PSC participation. Some parts are exempt from the program, such as batteries with established free-replacement periods and other products that may already offer longer warranties. Those warranties are still valid.

For more information visit www.ACDelco.com, where consumers can enter their zip code in the “Find a Service Center” tab to find the nearest PSC facility.

Related Topics: ACDelco, ACDelco Professional Service Center, Chris Brandt, warranties

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