Four Seasons Adds 148 New Part Numbers To Temperature Control Line

Four Seasons Adds 148 New Part Numbers To Temperature Control Line

A new addition to the problem solving parts (PSP) line is the undercarriage hose assembly, Part No. 56488, for the Chevrolet/GMC.

LEWISVILLE, Texas – Four Seasons has added 148 new part numbers to its major cooling and heating products in its temperature control line during the months of May, June and July.
 
“In our continuous effort to offer automotive technicians everything they need to fulfill their temperature control parts needs, we have recently added 148 new numbers to our line, further broadening our product offering for the summer driving season,” said Benny Araujo, marketing manager for Four Seasons.  
 
Highlights of the new Four Seasons part numbers include:
 
Product, Quantity, Total U.S. Vehicles-in-Operation:     

  • Hose Assemblies, 75, 14,037,800
  • Compressors – New, 25, 3,775,483
  • Blower Motors, 9, 3,751,222
  • Evaporator Core, 7, 1,851,904
  • Cooling Fan Assemblies, 8, 1,436,046
  • Compressors – Reman, 7, 1,224,258

 
A new addition to the problem solving parts (PSP) line is the undercarriage hose assembly, Part No. 56488, for the Chevrolet/GMC. Underbody hose assemblies can be in excess of 10 feet to 12 feet long, making them a hard to stock item.
 
Automotive repair shops are forced to order them on a job-by-job basis, so shipping costs can be as much as $100 due to the size of the packaging. To solve this problem, Four Seasons has designed a Chevrolet/GMC undercarriage hose that separates into three pieces, which breaks up and significantly reduces shipping cost.
 
For more information on Four Seasons, contact a local territory manager or visit www.4s.com.  
 
 

You May Also Like

Stellantis Launches Expanded Website for bproauto Brand

The revamped website offers a full parts catalog, powerful search functions and ACES-/PIES-compliant images.

bproauto

bproauto, the new aftermarket-parts brand of Stellantis, recently announced the launch of its newly expanded website, bproautoparts.com.

“Introduced in North America in summer 2023, bproauto offers a proven second-line brand of high-quality aftermarket parts that costs less than original-equipment (OE) offerings and are backed by a standard two-year/unlimited-mile warranty,” the automaker said in a news release.  

When Springs Break

Unfortunately, the kind of spring break that leaves ‘road earrings’ isn’t a desirable getaway.

Broken Springs
MAF and MAP Sensors

These small-but-mighty components play an outsized role in keeping fuel-injected engines running smoothly.

MAF and MAP Sensors
Mastering the Multimeter

It’s a tool that will expand your diagnostic ability.

Multimeter
Electronic Parking Brakes

Safety, convenience and holding power – what’s not to love?

Electronic Parking Brake

Other Posts

FCS Introduces 18 New Part Numbers

The release includes four shock absorbers covering nearly 3.6 million vehicles in operation, and 14 suspension struts covering 5.4 million VIO.

FCS New Parts
SMP Introduces 208 New Part Numbers in January

The release provides new coverage in 72 product categories and 115 part numbers for 2022, 2023 and 2024 model-year vehicles.

SMP January
KYB Launches New Mobile App

With the app, service writers and technicians can quickly search for the part they need without accessing a computer.

KYB Catalog App
Alltech Automotive, QualityPro Introduce Premium Wheel Hubs

QualityPro premium wheel hubs feature a water-based, nontoxic e-coating treatment that enhances corrosion resistance.

Alltech Wheel Hubs