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Federal-Mogul Motorparts Adds Parts and Mobile App to Beck/Arnley Brand

Posted on July 12, 2018

Federal-Mogul Motorparts has expanded its Beck/Arnley line and introduced a mobile app for the brand, which specializes in foreign nameplate vehicles.

The company has added 39 products to the braking, engine-electrical, engine-mechanical, and steering/suspension/driveline categories. In 2018, the Beck/Arnley brand has added almost 370 new parts.

The expansion includes a replacement valve cover assembly for the BMW 3.0L engine, covering a range of models primarily from the 2011-2015 model years. The kit includes the gaskets as well as the bolts that should be replaced whenever the cover is replaced.

Additionally, a new product range of tie rod end and boot kits is now available for the 2005-2018 Toyota Tacoma with 4WD. This covers almost 3 million vehicles in operation (VIO) in the United States, and over 300,000 VIO in Canada.

Six sets of brake pads have been added, four with hardware and two without, for vehicles such as the 2017-2018 Honda CRV, the 2017-2018 Toyota Yaris IA, and the 2014-2018 Mini Cooper.

The company also launched a website for the Beck/Arnley brand featuring an enhanced part finder to make it easier to find the right part or fluid.

A Beck/Arnley app has been released for Apple iOS and Android users. The company says the app offers complete access to more than 24,000 parts covering 80 makes and nearly 1,800 models through multiple look-up options.

"Beck/Arnley continues to release new parts monthly, and is ever-expanding our coverage to ensure that we live up to our name as 'The Foreign Nameplate Specialists,'" says Bob Anderson, senior director of product development, Beck/Arnley, Federal-Mogul Motorparts.

Contact a Federal-Mogul Motorparts representative for more information, or visit the new website at www.beckarnley.com.

Federal-Mogul Motorparts is a division of Federal-Mogul LLC, which was founded in Detroit in 1899 and maintains its worldwide headquarters in Southfield, Mich.

Related Topics: Beck/Arnley, Federal-Mogul Motorparts, suppliers, underhood parts

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