Tenneco has announced several new installation videos, instruction sheets and other online resources designed to help aftermarket distributors and service providers learn more about its Monroe suspension conversion kits.
Monroe conversion kits enable technicians to replace expensive air-ride or electronic suspension systems with conventional mechanical systems without activating the vehicle’s electronic warning signals.
These new online product resources and technical support will give auto professionals access to detailed, step-by-step installation instructions and other information without leaving the service bay. The new technical resources will be available on www.monroe.com as well as the Monroe Shocks mobile app. In addition, installation videos will be posted to the “TennecoInc” channel on YouTube.
“Demand for Monroe conversion kits continues to grow as service providers and consumers discover how expensive it can be to repair a factory air or electronic suspension,” said John Perrin, executive director, product management, North America Aftermarket, Tenneco. “Our new installation videos and other value-added content are designed to help accelerate this market growth by guiding users through each step of the job.”