The AJ Auto workshop facility hosts home to many popular brands and products from across the globe. Our most popular brands are listed below with a brief description. We frequently come across cars and parts that at times require us to go the extra mile; and import directly from the necessary country of origin. Sourcing of material for high end cars is both a risky and time consuming business, there are many duplicate products and con artists all over the world making false claims and selling fake parts. At AJ Auto, we deal with legitimate and genuine manufacturers and dealers, through chassis and part numbers as references always.
As a customer of AJ Auto you can always be guaranteed of an honest and professional job, with 100% genuine parts as promised. We take great care whilst repairing and maintaining our customers' vehicles, our workshop is situated in a safe environment with no interference from people or possible walk-ins as our workshop is strictly reserved for staff and authorised personal. Customers are invited to join us in our office at anytime to view the progress of their car.
We look forward to welcoming you to our business and hope that we answer all your automotive car needs in the future.


BOSCH: is a German multinational engineering and electronics company headquartered in Gerlingen, near Stuttgart, Germany. It is the world's largest supplier of automotive components, Bosch's core products are automotive components (including brakes, controls, electrical drives, electronics, fuel systems, generators, starter motors and steering systems).



More than 1,500 disc brake pads, over 1,600 brake discs, 400 brake shoes and 300 kits, as well as 200 brake drums, are proof that Textar offers one of the largest product portfolios for current motor vehicles. In the uncompromising pursuit of quality, long service life and high braking comfort, our specialists have developed more than 60 different dampening shims. Then there's epad, a new generation of friction that ensures optimum driving comfort and sparkling clean rims due to its special material mix. Also, included in the box are all accessories required for installation. Textar's brake discs also reflect the quality standards of a market leader. Superior casting and complete surface coating ensures high performance, optimum safety and a long service life. Brake shoes and brake shoe kits are available for a wide range of vehicles. Brake shoe kits offer enormous advantages: with all the components needed for installation in one kit, fitting is quicker and easier. The Textar product range also includes wear indicators, accessories, brake fluid, brake cleaner and lubricant, as well as hydraulics components* and brake tools*.


Brembo specialises in performance braking systems and components, as well as conducting research on braking systems. Brembo sells over 1,300 products worldwide, and is known for their aftermarket automotive brake components, including calipers, drums, rotors, and brake lines. Except in the North American market, Brembo owns the foundries which produce their initial materials and supply the manufacturing plants. In all other markets the company controls the entire production system from raw materials through distribution. The company holds QS9000 and ISO 9001 certifications.


Wulf Gaertner Autoparts AG supplies the independent aftermarket with quality-optimised automotive spare parts. Our specialty: HD parts. The modified and optimised components are developed by our team of engineers at our Hamburg base. Based on market research, recall statistics or information from partners at the German technical inspection organisation TÜV and workshops, our engineers analyse wear-prone OE components. They then weed out the weak points by developing technically sophisticated solutions. And of course other MEYLE parts profit from the findings.
When developing MEYLE-HD spare parts engineers have only one goal in mind: creating automotive parts which top the original in terms of durability and service life. To achieve this goal they analyse the weak points of OE components and subsequently correct these, for example by using higher-grade materials or by a more robust part design.


TRW Automotive, headquartered in Livonia, Michigan was an American global supplier of automotive systems, modules and components to automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and related aftermarkets. In 2015 TRW Automotive was acquired by ZF Friedrichshafenand and subsequently has been renamed ZF TRW Automotive Holdings Corp.
TRW formally stood for "Thompson Ramo Wooldridge"; it was formed when Thompson Products merged with Ramo-Wooldridge in 1958. The company operated primarily surrounding the design, manufacture and sale of safety systems. It operated approximately 200 facilities with 66,100 employees in 26 vehicle-producing countries.


SACHS products are manufactured from high-quality materials and reflect the state of the art. They stand for high performance and reliability. This is why numerous well-known automotive manufacturers equip their vehicles with SACHS products: Every year, more than 10 million new vehicles equipped with SACHS dampers and shock absorbers roll off the production line. Moreover, SACHS offers high-quality clutches for original equipment manufacturers and the spare-parts market.
SACHS offers products for various fields of application that cover almost all vehicle types. This applies to the European as well as the Asian vehicle market. Today, in Europe alone, the SACHS spare-parts portfolio includes shocks and dampers for more than 38 million Asian vehicles of various manufacturers. This is reassuring for trade partners, workshops, and vehicle owners who can count on SACHS quality for a wide range of models.


Hengst Automotive, based in Münster, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, is a company that specializes in fluid management, crankcase ventilation systems as well as filter systems for oil, fuel, air, and cabin air filtration.
The company is a development partner and series supplier for the automotive and engine industry, as well as operating in the industrial and consumer goods markets. In the industrial and environmental technology sectors, Hengst Automotive also develops customized solutions for almost all filtration applications, employing 3,000 people worldwide in eleven locations in Germany, Brazil, China, India, Poland, Singapore and the USA. Founded in 1958 by engineer Walter Hengst, the company is to this day an independent third-generation family enterprise with its headquarters in Münster.


ASNU are world leaders in Injector Diagnostics, a programme that ASNU owner Phil Ellisdon created to enable technicians working in the Aftermarket service workshops, to test and service gasoline injectors as part of the vehicles diagnostic test and repair procedure.
This programme has been successfully adopted by a number of leading colleges and organisations around the world, most notably being Robert Bosch, for use in their fuel injection diagnostic service centres and training schools.
Due to its unique design, ASNU have been able to stay ahead of developments in fuel injectors and injection systems and the need to accurately examine the injector's performance without changing the ASNU from its original design.
ASNU has always argued that:"You can't fix what you can't see"