TransTec is all about supporting automotive service technicians by making the complicated process of rebuilding transmissions a little easier.
Milan, Ohio (PRWEB) March 26, 2014
A new and improved version of the TransTec® Global Transmission Guide mobile app is now available with a convenient kit interchange identifying specific overhaul kits for transmission applications through the 2014 model year. Additional features of the mobile app include continually updated New Product Announcements and Technical Bulletins that facilitate rebuilding automatic transmissions in domestic and import applications.
Originally introduced in 2012, the TransTec® Transmission-by-Vehicle app was the first mobile app of its kind and now has over 9,000 downloads. Developed for use on Android, iPhone/iPad and Kindle devices, the TransTec® Transmission-by-Vehicle app makes it easy to identify transmissions by vehicle make, model, year and engine. You can select Acura, for example, to determine that a 2010 RDX with L4 2.3L engine has a 5-speed, front wheel drive transmission (box code BT3A).
TransTec’s Transmission-by-Vehicle mobile app is an extension of its popular printed Transmission Guide, originally published back in 1996 and now in its 11th edition. The mobile app makes it easy and convenient to find information required to identify transmissions with the growing use of smart phones and tablets.
“TransTec is all about supporting automotive service technicians by making the complicated process of rebuilding transmissions a little easier,” said Patty Richards, Senior Marketing Manager for Freudenberg-NOK Sealing Technologies. “This mobile app is so easy and convenient to use, it has become an indispensable tool,” added Richards.
The TransTec® Transmission-by-Vehicle app can be downloaded free of charge on the Google Play store (Android devices), Amazon.com (Kindle Fire) and the App Store (iPhone, iPad or iPod touch).
About TransTec® and Corteco
TransTec® brand transmission and power steering kits are produced by Corteco, the aftermarket business of Freudenberg-NOK Sealing Technologies, the American joint-venture partnership between Freudenberg Sealing Technologies in Germany and NOK Corp. in Japan. Together the companies make up the world’s largest producer of elastomeric seals and custom-molded products with annual revenues over $1 billion.