Robert Bosch released its medium- and heavy-duty part cross-references in the web-based Motor FleetCross tool, which includes part numbers, labor times and repair information.
“Unlike the automotive industry, medium- and heavy-duty parts are difficult to identify due to limited catalogs in the independent aftermarket,” said Dominik Jedrzejak, business development manager at Bosch said in a press release. “By working with Motor and entering our part cross-references – and a significant number of Bosch product images – into the FleetCross platform, we hope to simplify the part identification process for our customers.”
Bosch part cross-reference data currently available in FleetCross includes steering components, starters and alternators, diesel components, engine management and vehicle electronics and sensors.
“Knowing the significant value accurate medium- and heavy-duty reference information and images bring to our customers, we plan on continuing to update existing part data and adding other product part cross-references and images in FleetCross on an on-going basis moving forward,” Jedrzejak said.