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New Walker Emissions Control Website Features Enhanced Functionality, Important New Content

Tenneco has launched a new website for its Walker emissions control brand products that provides a wealth of valuable, timesaving diagnostic tools and other important content designed specifically for automotive professionals.

Tenneco has launched a new website for its Walker emissions control brand products that provides a wealth of valuable, timesaving diagnostic tools and other important content designed specifically for automotive professionals.

The new WalkerExhaust.com features continuous access to comprehensive eCatalog tools through a highly visible new location along the left side of the screen, no matter where the user is within the site. Tenneco also offers quick catalog updates covering the latest Walker products and applications introduced through the brand’s “Continuous Launch” program.  In addition, the site now includes a convenient part search feature covering the complete offering of Walker catalytic converters.

The site’s new layout offers fast, easy access to the rest of the Walker product line – including complete exhaust assemblies, mufflers and more – as well as extensive technical information. Users can use the site’s new master “search engine” feature to quickly access any available content. Visitors to the site can easily transition to multiple languages – English, French and Spanish – within the site.

The new Walker products website also offers intensive educational and training support designed for professionals of all skill levels. An updated “Service Professionals” page contains marketing and industry program information complete with downloadable Walker logos and product images. This section also provides information on the popular Walker Emissions Control Diagnostics Workshop, describes the Tenneco Expert Plus dealer loyalty program and offers access to a comprehensive library of videos covering each step in the process of diagnosing complex emissions control issues. An “Exhaust System 101” section offers new industry professionals and consumers valuable information on how exhaust systems work.

“The Walker brand continues to be a leader in the industry in educational and training support and these important tools are easier than ever to access through our new website,” said Walker Brand Manager Carri Irby. “The new walkerexhaust.com represents a valuable business resource that professionals can rely on throughout the day and for any emissions control repair.”

The dealer locator tool makes it easy for consumers to find any local authorized Walker dealer. When the user enters a city or ZIP/postal code, the locator displays a list of nearby locations along with map, downloadable driving directions, store hours and websites, when available.

To learn more about Walker emissions control products, contact your Walker supplier or visit the new www.walkerexhaust.com.

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