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Continental Launches New Aftermarket Website In N. America

The new website serves as a central location for all product information, cataloging, training, news and more

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Continental has just launched a new website encompassing all of Continental’s OE-quality aftermarket replacement parts, diagnostic equipment and innovative solutions for specialty vehicles.

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The new website at continentalaftermarket.com serves as a central location for all product information, cataloging, training, news and more. It allows easy access to all of Continental’s brands, including ATE Brake Systems, REDI-Sensor Multi-Application TPMS Sensors, Autodiagnos Automotive Diagnostic Tools, ClearContact Premium Beam Wiper Blades and Continental Special Vehicle Solutions.

A major component of the new website is the Continental Online Parts Catalog, that offers an easy and simple-to-use year/make/model look-up along with a VIN search, cross reference, Buyer’s guide, a where-to-buy feature, and links to product information and specifications, how-to videos, and technical document downloads.

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In addition to the all-brand online parts catalog, the Continental website also features a “Training Central” section that provides a wide variety of online training programs, webinars, and how-to demonstration videos to help users expand their technical knowledge about the products and their specific applications. Aftermarket products currently featured in Training Central include REDI-Sensor TPMS Sensors, Autodiagnos Pro and TPMS tools, and Continental Hybrid Battery Cooling Fans and Coolant Inverter Pumps.

The Continental Special Vehicle Solutions section provides valuable insight into the expanding Continental portfolio of innovations designed to provide smart mobility, safety, and driver comfort for commercial vehicles, heavy duty trucks, off-highway and agricultural equipment, as well buses and recreational vehicles.

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