Prestolite website enables VIN lookup

June 5, 2018
Learn about Prestolite Electric’s new VIN and eCatalog website that lets users look up parts.

Parts distributors, service writers, counterpeople and professional technicians can now look up Prestolite Electric/Leece-Neville Heavy Duty Systems rotating electric products for popular heavy-duty applications through Prestolite Electric’s new VIN and eCatalog website.

“We want our customers to find the right replacement part for applications faster and easier,” said Jonathan Smith, assistant director of aftermarket sales and marketing, Prestolite. “This new website makes it easy for users to look up parts by VIN or quickly narrow down results for replacement starters and alternators using a variety of search terms and categories.”

Featuring an easy, mobile-friendly layout, the new website allows visitors to navigate Prestolite’s product catalog, including IdlePro and IdlePro Extreme alternators and PowerPro and PowerPro Extreme starters. Users also can take advantage of the website’s flexible search function to look up parts by part number (complete or partial), part description, VIN number or brand. Parts searches can be narrowed conveniently by product attributes like voltage, kilowatt rating, mount type, pinion pitch, amperage and polarity.

Once an alternator or starter is picked, users can review detailed product specifications and application information. For more details on these products, visitors are encouraged to visit www.IdleProExtreme.comwww.PowerProStarters.com and www.prestolite.com.

Visitors also can find informational videos highlighting products from Prestolite and Leece-Neville and offering helpful tips.

Access www.prestolite.com to learn more about the website, or email [email protected]. For technical support, call 866-288-9853.

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