has expanded its existing line of Coil on Plug (COP) Boots by adding 30
new part numbers. These 30 new coil on plug (COP) boots cover 21
million vehicles in operation (VIO) in the United States and Canada and
cover a wide range of applications. They are a direct fit replacement
for vehicles that are now equipped with a direct ignition system. The
new part numbers cover a variety of domestic, Asian and European
vehicles, including Chrysler, Ford, GM, Ford, Infiniti, Mitsubishi,
Mazda, Volvo and BMW.
"What distinguishes Bosch as a manufacturer of aftermarket products is
our in-depth experience with the OEMs," said Timo Reif, vice president
of automotive marketing for Robert Bosch LLC. "Many of our aftermarket
parts are built on the same production lines and meet our OEM
engineering standards for form, fit and function. Bosch coil on plug
boots, too, are manufactured to provide our customers with the highest
quality and reliability."
With increasing number of vehicles utilizing this technology, Bosch says
it has added these part numbers in anticipation of a growing demand.
Bosch recommends replacing the ignition coil boots with any spark plug
replacement (where applicable) to ensure optimal vehicle performance and
proper connectivity from the ignition coil to the spark plug.
All of the Bosch coil on plug boot applications can be found in the
company's most recent ACES/PIES catalog for April 2013 and are available
immediately through regular distribution channels. This will help
assure distributors and retailers that they will not miss sales due to
gaps in coverage and assure professional technicians, that they can find
the OE-quality part they need, quickly and reliably, from their regular
supplier of Bosch products, the company says.
Bosch is a proud supporter of the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers
Association's Know Your Parts education and awareness campaign. This
initiative promotes the importance of quality brand name aftermarket
parts backed by full service suppliers, and its impact on delivering
reliable products to today's motorists. For more information, visit www.AASAKnowYourParts.org
For more information, visit www.boschusa.com