ACDelco Releases 143 New Part Numbers For GM OE Transmission Components

ACDelco Releases 143 New Part Numbers For GM OE Transmission Components

GM makes and models covered by the newly released part numbers date from the 1980s to current (2015) models.

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GRAND BLANC, Mich. – ACDelco is introducing 143 new aftermarket part numbers to its General Motors Original Equipment transmission components line – mostly torque converters, transfer case parts and fluids – covering millions of vehicles from GM brands.

GM makes and models covered by the newly released part numbers date from the 1980s to current (2015) models. All current and former GM brands are included: Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Cadillac, Pontiac, HUMMER, Oldsmobile and Saturn. Certain Isuzu models developed in partnership with GM are covered as well.

ACDelco is the aftermarket industry’s exclusive provider of GM OE parts, designed to provide the fit, form and function of factory parts.

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