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    Autoelectro provides technicians with three Renault Clio tech tips

    Autoelectro has revealed several bulletins that will help technicians diagnose problems with alternators fitted to Renault Clio models, ranging from 1996 to 2007. Focusing on a 1996-1998 model, the unit can fail because of fluid contamination. This issue is common on numerous vehicles, not just the Renault in question, and technicians are urged to investigate for a leak, looking …

    March
    7
    2019

    Autoelectro presents trio of diagnosis and solution examples in latest technical bulletin

    Autoelectro, the independent remanufacturer of starter motors and alternators for car and commercial applications, has diagnosed and resolved three specific issues affecting three different applications. Vehicle manufacturers, Renault, Fiat and Mercedes, all feature in the Bradford company’s latest technical bulletin, available free-of-charge on Autoelectro’s website, and demonstrates the level of its considerable technical expertise. Focusing on the Renault Clio 2.0 …

    October
    16
    2017

    A guide to new Start-Stop systems using a reversible alternator in place of a starter motor

    A guide to new Start-Stop systems using a reversible alternator in place of a starter motor

    March
    5
    2017

    A guide to the different connections found on alternators

    A guide to the different connections found on alternators

    February
    27
    2017

    How it works: Alternators

    An alternator works together with the battery to supply power when the vehicle is running. The output of an alternator is direct current (DC). When the alternator pulley is rotated alternating current (AC) passes through a magnetic field an electrical current is generated and converted to DC via the rectifier. The current is controlled through …

    February
    20
    2017

    How to spot abnormal DMF wear

    Make sure a damaged flywheel doesn’t result in starter motor failure, as Autoelectro explains

    September
    8
    2015