AMS Automotive Develops On-Line Video Technical Bulletins

AMS Automotive Develops On-Line Video Technical Bulletins

Clutch systems supplier AMS Automotive recently introduced the first in a new series of online video technical bulletins. The first bulletins address oil contamination and incorrect installation of General Motors release bearings, two of the most common causes of clutch warranty ....

Clutch systems supplier AMS Automotive recently introduced the first in a new series of online video technical bulletins. The first bulletins address oil contamination and incorrect installation of General Motors release bearings, two of the most common causes of clutch warranty.

According to Chris Jackson, vice president of AMS Automotive, “We’re proud to be the first supplier of clutch systems to develop online video technical bulletins. For years we’ve focused on putting technical information into the hands of those who install our products. Video furthers our efforts, which will lead to decreased warranty rates and increased customer satisfaction with the quality of our products.”

The bulletins are hosted through YouTube, but high-resolution copies may be downloaded directly from the AMS Automotive website.

Click on the following link to view the online video technical bulletins on the AMS Automotive website: http://amsautomotive.com/contact_technical.php.

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