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New TransTec Smart Phone App Identifies Transmissions by Vehicle

A new smart phone app that identifies automatic transmissions in virtually any vehicle in the world is now available free from Corteco, supplier of TransTec transmission and power steering kits.

New TransTec Transmission-by-Vehicle smart phone app identifies automatic transmissions in virtually any vehicle in the world.A new smart phone app that identifies automatic transmissions in virtually any vehicle in the world is now available free from Corteco, supplier of TransTec transmission and power steering kits.  

Developed specifically to eliminate confusion over look-alike transmissions, the mobile app identifies transmissions by vehicle make, model, year and engine. The Transmission-by-Vehicle app includes global coverage of import and domestic applications through the 2012 model year. The mobile app is continually updated so users always have access to the most current and comprehensive vehicle listings on their smart phones and tablets, Corteco says.

“The Transmission-by-Vehicle smart phone app was a logical extension of our popular pocket Transmission Guide, now in its 10th edition,” said Patty Richards, senior marketing manager for Freudenberg-NOK Sealing Technologies. “We are very proud to offer this first and only global transmission guide as a mobile app.”

The Transmission-by-Vehicle app can be used on Android phones, iPhones, and any smart phones and tablets with web access by visiting www.TransTec.com/mobile/webapp.

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