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Standard Motor Products Releases 33 New Parts For TechSmart

The release includes three new product categories and expands coverage through the 2016 model year by more than 30 million additional VIO.

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standard-motor-techsmartNEW YORK — Standard Motor Products, Inc. (SMP) announces the addition of 33 new part numbers to its TechSmart line. The release includes three new product categories and expands coverage through the 2016 model year by more than 30 million additional VIO.

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TechSmart continues to bring OE improvements to market, as evidenced by its new Fuel Pump Driver Module. Featuring an upgrade to the OE design, the new module fits popular Ford applications and covers 6 million VIO. Two other new categories announced include Inverter Coolant Pumps and OE-Match Power Running Board Motors.

In addition to introducing three new categories, TechSmart continues to make expansions to critical lines, including 10 park assist sensors, 6 fuel level sensors, and 5 electronic throttle bodies. In total, TechSmart’s line of new electronic throttle bodies numbers more than 150 units covering 65 million VIO.

Commenting on the news, Phil Hutchens, Vice President Engine Management Marketing, SMP, stated, “TechSmart has always been committed to making technicians’ jobs easier, whether it’s by introducing new products, expanding key lines, or—as this latest release demonstrates—both.”

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All new applications are listed in the eCatalog found at www.techsmartparts.com and in electronic catalog providers.

With over 100 categories and more than 500 exclusive products, TechSmart continues to deliver what technicians need for today’s complex vehicle systems. For additional information, contact an SMP sales representative or visit www.techsmartparts.com.

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