DENSO Expands Its Offering Of First Time Fit Starters and Alternators

DENSO Expands Its Offering Of First Time Fit Starters and Alternators

DENSO adds 65 new part numbers to cover more vehicles.

LONG BEACH, Calif. – DENSO has released 65 additional First Time Fit Starter and Alternator part numbers, including 44 alternator part numbers and 21 starter part numbers. They accommodate more than 20 million vehicles in operation, including more than 4 million for popular Honda/Acura applications (2003-2009 Honda Civic, 2002-2006 Honda CRV, 2003-2009 Honda Accord, and 2003-2009 Acura TSX).

“DENSO First Time Fit Starters and Alternators feature the quality, durability and reliability that today’s drivers demand. With our expanded product line, we have increased coverage for a wider variety of late model Japanese, Korean and Domestic applications,” said John Doran, senior manager, marketing and product management group.

In addition, all First Time Fit Starter and Alternator orders for these 65 new part numbers that are placed before Aug. 1, 2013, receive an automatic 5 percent discount (no special code is required). Customers can place an order by contacting DENSO Customer Service at 877-675-5463 (Option 2), via email at [email protected], or by contacting their local DENSO sales representative.

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