Standard Motors Products Adds New Switches, Sensors, Solenoids To Product Lineup

Standard Motor Products Adds New Switches, Sensors, Solenoids To Product Lineup

Standard Motor Products said it has added 333 new part numbers to its Standard and Intermotor product lines.

NEW YORK CITY – Standard Motor Products said it has added 333 new part numbers to its Standard and Intermotor product lines.

The release spans 61 product categories and expands coverage through the 2017 model year by more than 184 million vehicles in operation (VIO).

Among the highlights is an expansion of its line of variable valve timing (VVT) components. With the introduction of four new VVT solenoids and four VVT sprockets, Standard’s VVT line now totals more than 270 parts, according to the company.

Another highlight, the company noted, is the addition of 157 switches, including 25 cruise-control switches. The addition increases the company’s total switch coverage by an additional 42 million VIO.

The company also expanded its sensor coverage by 16 million VIO with the release of 87 sensors, including 53 ABS-speed sensors and 11 vehicle-speed sensors.

Other additions include 25 transmission-control solenoids, 17 fuel-vapor-leak detection pumps and five clock springs.

“Our latest expansions to our VVT and sensor lines demonstrate our commitment to providing technicians with comprehensive coverage and premium quality for today’s high-tech categories,” said Phil Hutchens, vice president engine management marketing for Standard Motor Products.

For additional information, contact an SMP sales representative or visit www.StandardBrand.com and www.IntermotorImport.com.

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