Bosch’s new 2006 catalog for its 100 percent new and 100 percent remanufactured “Professional Preferred” alternators and starters for domestic and import cars, trucks and vans is now available. The 989-page catalog provides extensive coverage of new and remanufactured Bosch alternators and starters for the aftermarket.
"Bosch has upgraded and enhanced the 2006 catalog, which is well-organized, comprehensive and easy-to-use," said Kenneth Brom, director of product management, starting and charging systems for Bosch. "Bosch is one of the world’s premiere automotive engineering organizations supplying the automotive marketplace in North America and around the world for more than 100 years. The new catalog underscores how Bosch is utilizing its OEM engineering knowledge to produce strong, dependable new and remanufactured ‘Professional Preferred’ alternators and starters that perform as well as or better than the original units."
Features of the 2006 Bosch Alternators and Starters Catalog include 79 new alternator and 45 new starter numbers; coverage for 45 new models; new thumb tabs for easier part look-up; guidelines for core handling and returns; updated cross-reference; and expanded heavy-duty and off-road coverage.
The catalog also covers technical and troubleshooting information on diagnosis and installation procedures for alternators and starters, voltage regulator plug identification and application notices. The 4-color inside back cover depicts a cutaway of the Bosch alternator and starter with callouts of individual features and parts clearly listed.
"Installing 100 percent new or 100 percent remanufactured alternators and starters from Bosch, means dependable performance and a long service life from these absolutely essential components," Brom explained. "It assures the distributor and installer that comebacks will be virtually non-existent. And Bosch’s two-year, 24/7 roadside assistance program that comes free with every Bosch ‘Professional’ alternator or starter assures the vehicle owner and those who service the vehicles of help and a tow in the unlikely event the unit fails."