Dorman Products Releases March New Product Announcement With More Than 200 New Parts

Dorman Products Releases March New Product Announcement With More Than 200 New Parts

A companion video for Dorman's New Product Announcement features highlights of this month's newest products.

COLMAR, Pa. — Dorman Products today announced its March New Product Announcement featuring 201 new parts, 44 of which are exclusive formerly "Dealer Only" parts.
New product opportunities include:
•A new air bag switch for Ford Rangers from 2006-’98. This direct replacement switch is plug-and-play, and requires no programming. (P/N 924-901)
•An exclusive sunglass holder kit fitting a variety of BMW applications from 2013-’02. This unique kit replaces the driver’s side headliner handle with a handy sunglass holder, and comes complete with bolts for a complete changeover. (P/Ns 924-071 gray, 924-077 black)
•A remanufactured radio for a variety of Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep applications from 2007-’02. This direct replacement is easy to install, requires no programming and contains an upgraded auxiliary jack for easy connection to smartphones and MP3 players. (P/N 586-003)
•A re-engineered Oil filter Adaptor Gasket for various GM vehicles from 2012-’04. The construction of this Adaptor Gasket includes upgraded materials for improved durability and prolonged service life. (P/N 917-014)
•Steering shafts, water outlet kits, third brake lights, dust caps, exhaust manifold kits, hood release cables, brake pedal pads and more
A companion video for Dorman’s New Product Announcement features highlights of this month’s newest products. To access this video, click here.
For additional information on Dorman’s latest product introductions visit, call 800-523-2492, or sign up for new product alerts from Dorman’s Be-The-First-To-Know Program at

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