Spectra Premium’s Mass Air Flow Sensors Developed To OE Specifications

Spectra Premium’s Mass Air Flow Sensors Developed To OE Specifications

Backed by 100 percent end-of line-validation, Spectra Mass Air Flow Sensors are tested under extreme temperature, vibration and humidity conditions to ensure real-world performance.

Spectra Premium’s complete line of new Mass Air Flow Sensors are developed based on OE specifications and feature precisely calibrated ceramic boards, according to the company.

Backed by 100 percent end-of line-validation, Spectra Mass Air Flow Sensors are tested under extreme temperature, vibration and humidity conditions to ensure real-world performance.

With more than 240 part numbers available, all featuring a limited lifetime warranty, Spectra Premium’s complete line of new Mass Air Flow Sensors are designed to ensure an exact fit every time.

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