We are starting 2022 with some new product releases!
As Christmas is approaching, the season is changing from fall to winter. With temperatures dropping, the winter season requires a reliable car to ensure you and your family stay safe on the roads. As preparation for the colder climate, many car owners take their vehicle to the workshop just before the winter starts to be prepared for the cold spells
The following products are released in December making these the latest additions to our assortment for 2021!
As the end of year is approaching, Arnott – Air Suspension Products is releasing even more high-quality air suspension parts! We are extending our assortment with 6 remanufactured air struts, 2 completely new air struts, 4 ride height sensors and 2 new shocks!
The valve block is a small but significant component of the air suspension system. Therefore, it should not be neglected when diagnosing possible system defects. Symptoms that seem to point to a leak in an air spring, might also be a defect in the valve block. Let’s start with explaining the general function of the part before diving deeper.
Being the aftermarket air suspension specialist, Arnott is keen to make sure all installers feel confident and are well informed when carrying out an air suspension repair. In this article some valuable tips and tricks are highlighted per product category.
We are releasing 34 new parts this month: 5 air struts, 5 compressors and 24 ride height sensors! Applications include MB S-Class W222 4MATIC, Tesla Model S and X, Range Rover L405 and L494, Porsche Panamera and many more. Check out all the latest releases in our new e-catalog!
For more information go to “view Arnott’s E-Catalog here” on top of the page.
We have released 9 new products! Check out our latest introductions here.
The summer holiday season is about to start and with decreasing Covid-19 restrictions many people are starting to plan their holiday by car. This usually means the vehicle will be used differently than in everyday life: it might be overpacked, hauling, driven more kilometers etc. All these additional conditions cause extra strain on the car’s engine, brakes, driveline, and suspension.