Wells Continues To Expand Late-Model Coverage

Wells Continues To Expand Late-Model Coverage

Company adds 407 OE-quality parts to address millions of new sales and service opportunities.

FOND DU LAC, Wis. — Wells Vehicle Electronics has announced a major expansion of its emissions, ignition, sensor and switch product lines, with 407 new original equipment-quality parts now available to address millions of additional sales and service opportunities on domestic and foreign nameplate vehicles. Wells offers an extensive portfolio of top-quality electronics solutions for virtually any registered passenger application.

The new Wells parts include dozens of engine variable timing and vapor canister purge solenoids, fuel vapor leak detection pumps and other emissions components for late-model applications. The company also has dramatically expanded its sensor offering, with new fuel level sensors available for nearly 27 million vehicles and ABS wheel speed sensors for more than 5.4 million vehicles. In addition, Wells continues to build on its leading coverage in the switch category. Among the new parts now available through Wells distributors are neutral safety switches and 4WD actuators for more than 15 million vehicles.

“Our engineering team continues to ramp up new-product introductions to meet the growing demand for OE-quality vehicle electronics solutions,” said John Zochert, director of marketing and product management for Wells. “Professional technicians and do-it-yourselfers are increasingly turning to Wells for exceptional coverage and availability as well as parts that offer superior performance and reliability.”

In addition to components that match OE fit, form and function, Wells offers a broad line of “better-than-OE” parts featuring enhanced designs and premium materials that address known performance and reliability issues encountered in certain applications.
 
Wells’ complete line of components is featured in the company’s convenient, user-friendly electronic catalog available at www.wellsVE.com.

To learn more about the Wells Vehicle Electronics product line, contact your nearest Wells distributor or visit www.wellsVE.com. The Wells website also includes an extensive library of vehicle diagnostic resources.

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