Due to recent reports regarding issues fitting our brake disc which feature ABS rings, Comline has produced a technical bulletin to help common fitment issues with this type of disc. Click here to learn more.
Following reports of noise and shortened service life of this Generation of wheel hub, Comline has produced this technical bulletin to advise of correct fitment. Click here to learn more.
Due to a possible assembly issue that we have been made aware of our steering and suspension references CCA1008 and CCA2008 may be supplied with a nut outside of our specification. Click to learn more.
Comline is pleased to introduce our OE alternative water pump - EWP478. Click here to learn more.
Comline is pleased to announce vital design enhancements to our EFF300 fuel filter, which caters for numerous Citroen, Ford and Peugeot applications. Click here to learn more.
Comline is pleased to announce some vital enhancements to our EFF204 Fuel Filter. These new features have been developed to allow a better and smoother assembly of the filter and ultimately mitigate any leakage risk. Click here to learn more.
Brake noise has been a common problem for drivers and the automotive industry as a whole invests many millions each year in developing solutions to this problem. Comline's Director of Braking, Dr Keith Ellis tackles the issue of brake noise offering his expertise on the matter. Click here to learn more.
Due to a possible manufacturing fault with ADC0450, we are requesting all customers to check their stock and quarantine as required. Click to learn more.
Comline is pleased to annouce the supersession of EFF248D to an all-new part number EFF211. Click to learn more.
Comline is pleased to announce the supersession of CCA1041 and CCA1152, popular control arms for the Audi A4 to an all-new part number CCA1007. Click to learn more.
Comline is pleased to announce our CDH11632 Oil Filter has been superseded with an all-new part number, EOF249, which caters for a variety of Japanese applications. Click to learn more.
Comline is pleased to announce that we will be superceeding the old Comline part number and description for our Suspension Kits. Click to learn more.
Comline is pleased to announce some vital enhancements to our EFF235 and EFF246 Diesel Filters. These new features have been developed to allow a better and smoother assembly of the filters. Click to learn more.
Comline is pleased to announce that we are now supplying stabiliser mounts in pairs. Consumer trends are changing and we at Comline are proud that we keep our finger on the pulse of change within the automotive industry. Click to learn more.
The Comline CNS12248 air filter is one of the most popular references within our range of over 1700 filters. Fitting an array of Nissan applications, most notably the Qashqai 1.5 dCi (2007 onwards) with K9K type engines - one of the continent’s best-selling vehicles - CNS12248 is a must for Motor Factors all over Europe. Click to learn more.
British brand and leading brake pad manufacturer, Comline, is taking the significant step of removing copper from its all-makes brake pad range, demonstrating an environmentally-responsible ethos and proactive approach to product development. Click to learn more.
Comline is pleased to announce the introduction of a one-stop water pump solution for an extensive rangeof manufacturers’ vehicles, including Audi, Ford, Jeep, SEAT, Škoda and Volkswagen. Comline numbers,EWP049, EWP116 and EWP171 have now been superseded by one, all-new part number - EWP405. Click to learn more.
To combat common faults and fitment challenges that are prevalent with aftermarket variants of this fuel filter Comline has developed a number of vital features and built them into our version - EFF147. These features are designed to deliver trouble-free installation and performance. Click to learn more.
If you’ve ever seen a block of ice in a glass crack suddenly when a warmer liquid is poured into the glass, then you’ve witnessed a perfect demonstration of stored internal stresses being relieved suddenly through cracking – the same process that happens when a brake disc becomes warped. Click to learn more.
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