Continental Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket has expanded its popular line of ATE brake products to include ATE wheel-speed sensors.
ATE wheel-speed sensors are genuine OE parts and come direct from the manufacturer, Continental. They’re produced in the same ISO-certified facilities as the sensors supplied to OEMs, according to the company. ATE is a trademark of the Continental Corp.
ATE wheel-speed sensors provide detection of rotational direction for hill-start-assist and park-assist systems, as well as provide wheel-speed inputs to ABS, TCS and ESC control systems.
“Because these are OE-manufactured parts, service pros can be guaranteed they’ll get OE fit, form and function,” said Dan Caciolo, head of product management – engine management & fuel supply. “ATE wheel-speed sensors mean fewer comebacks and happier customers.”
Applications for ATE wheel-speed sensors include Audi, BMW, Chevrolet, Jaguar, Land Rover, Mercedes-Benz, Mini, Mitsubishi, Opel, Saab, Volkswagen and Volvo vehicles. There are 123 wheel-speed sensors in the ATE program, which covers more than 45 million VIO across the United States and Canada.