Beck/Arnley announces it has developed a comprehensive line of high quality OE fluids that are specifically designed for Asian vehicles, including Hyundai, Kia, Mazda, Toyota, Lexus, Scion, Subaru, Nissan, Infiniti, Acura and Honda.
“Our new, innovative line of Beck/Arnley OE fluids for Asian vehicles is formulated using the same technology that OEMs use, so they are a great alternative to what the dealer supplies,” said Paul Farwick, vice president of sales for Beck/Arnley. “With nearly 100 years of experience in providing premium OE match import parts to service technicians, we know what our customers want and we always deliver premium OE quality products that perform consistently. Why use the dealer when you could use Beck/Arnley?”
Beck/Arnley’s advanced line of OE fluids includes:
OE Automatic Transmission Fluid
A superior quality formulation of high-performance, base oils and carefully selected additives, Beck/Arnley’s automatic transmission fluid is chemically balanced to help protect seals and “O” rings, provide corrosion, rust and wear protection and give oxidation resistance for prolonged life.
OE Fully Synthetic Motor Oil
Designed to maximize performance and extend engine life, Beck/Arnley’s synthetic motor oil provides outstanding high temperature protection and reduced engine wear. It’s a unique, all-season oil blended specifically for Asian OE ultra fuel efficient vehicles.
OE Power Steering Fluid for Honda/Acura Applications
Formulated to help noise reduction and improve power steering performance, Beck/Arnley’s power steering fluid provides increased corrosion protection from oxidation.
Manufactured with the highest quality materials that won’t damage coolant systems, Beck/Arnley’s antifreeze/coolant provides superior corrosion and rust protection. This formulation contains no amines or borates and is free of silicates that may harm water pump seals and cause gel formation that can clog the radiator. It utilizes Phosphated Organic Acid Technology, also known as Hybrid Organic Acid Technology (HOAT).
Visit the Beck/Arnley website at www.beckarnley.com for more information.
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