Tenneco Inc. continues to add topics to its Monroe Shocks and Struts and Walker Emissions Control Servicegram technical flier series.
The company says the free monthly flier training library – launched to automotive service professionals and counter professionals last March – now encompasses a wide array of timely service and product topics that provide additional insight into a repair process, troubleshooting process or frequently asked question.
The latest Monroe Servicegrams available on Monroe.com cover timely topics, including “Weepage vs. Leakage: Leaking Fluid Doesn’t Necessarily Mean Shock or Strut Failure” and “Strut Assembly Installation – Avoiding Noise Issues.” The latest Walker Servicegrams – available on www.WalkerExhaust.com – feature topics that include “Treating All Exhaust Clamps as Interchangeable Can Lead to Safety Concerns & Other Issues,” “The VECI Label Can Be Your Guide in Converter Replacement,” and “Improperly Torqued Flanges Can Result in Leaks, Warping and Failure.”
“Monroe and Walker Servicegrams were designed to help provide critical technical information at precisely the right time to expedite a repair process, answer a common technical concern or help to troubleshoot a repair,” said Denise Hanefeld, brand manager, Tenneco. “We’re in constant contact with our Technical Resource Center, our field sales force and our industry partners to determine the best topics to publish monthly. We’re answering the needs of the technician in service bays across North America.”
Tenneco is an $8.6 billion global manufacturing company with headquarters in Lake Forest, Ill., and approximately 31,000 employees worldwide. The company 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 Monro, Walker, XNOx and Clevite Elastomer.