New Products Available From CARDONE, Including Accelerator Pedal Sensors And Air Suspension Products

New Products Available From CARDONE, Including Accelerator Pedal Sensors And Air Suspension Products

Air suspension springs and struts include 15 springs and nine strut SKUs covering the most failure-prone applications.


PHILADELPHIA – CARDONE has announced availability of several new products including new accelerator pedal sensors and air suspension products.

Details of the new part number expansion include:

Accelerator Pedal Sensors, Available Now –
· 8 SKUs for Ford, GM, Nissan
· Aggressive SKU expansion throughout 2015
· Stand-alone sensors available where possible to maximize inventory space and minimizing cost
· 100 percent computer-tested for linearity and correlation to ensure units are restored to O.E. performance
· Installation hardware included

Air Suspension Springs & Struts, Available Now –
· 15 Springs and 9 Strut SKUs covering the most failure-prone applications
· Extensive rubber and performance testing ensures units are strong enough to withstand harsh temperatures and road conditions.
· Endurance tested to last longer than 2 million cycles per international industry standards

Air Suspension Compressors, Available April 2015
· 5 SKUs for Ford, Lincoln, Cadillac and Mercedes-Benz
· Planned SKU expansion throughout 2015
· Extensive performance testing on every unit, including inflation time, electrical current and solenoid operation, ensures reliable, consistent performance
· Air Dryers included at no extra cost for hassle-free installation. Many other suppliers sell them separately

Find detailed application information on the CARDONE WebCat at

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