Diesel parts exchange programme launched by Wood Auto28 February 2011

Wood Auto has introduced a range of OE quality remanufactured diesel exchange parts.

Chris Wood, the firm's diesel product manager, says its new diesel exchange programme will make a big impact on the availability of parts, providing a practical service to the independent aftermarket.

This range is being remanufactured by Wood Auto's sister company Leyland Auto, and includes common rail injectors, unit injectors for commercial vehicles, injector pumps, high-pressure pumps and nozzle/holder assemblies.

"In order to develop its diesel business and deliver the cost benefits associated with the independent sector, the workshop must have the support of a reputable diesel supplier that provides a quality product, which is competitively priced and readily available," comments Wood.

"Unlike the market for remanufactured rotating machines or brake callipers, there is currently a limited stock of diesel core available to be remanufactured," he continues. "So we need to retrieve the old product when a replacement is purchased, otherwise we will need to apply a surcharge," he adds.

"We thought long and hard about how to make our core returns process as customer centric as possible and so, to further support our customers, we now offer a same day or next day collection service for the old core."

John Challen

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