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Wells Introduces More Than 80 New Parts Covering 34.6 Million Late-Model Vehicles

Expanded range of engine management components and switches includes economical throttle position sensor solution for estimated 4.1 million GM vehicles.



116278Wellstps4_00000066389FOND DU LAC, Wis. – Professional automotive technicians and do-it-yourselfers now have access to 84 additional sensors, switches and emissions, as well as ignition and fuel injection parts covering approximately 34.6 million late-model vehicles through the latest expansion of the Wells Vehicle Electronics product line. Wells components, which feature original equipment or problem-solving designs, are available from leading automotive parts distributors throughout the U.S. and Canada.


According to Wells, among the new parts now available is an economical throttle position sensor (TPS4270) that for the first time is available separate from the complete throttle body for an estimated 4.1 million 2005-2013 General Motors vehicles. Wells also has introduced five additional sensors, 54 new replacement switches, nine emissions parts, eight fuel injection components and seven additional ignition parts for late-model foreign nameplate and domestic applications.


“Our product management and engineering teams remain in close contact with customers and monitor vehicle application data to help ensure that we offer the most up-to-date and efficient range of parts in each product category,” said Bill Nonnamaker, vice president of sales and marketing, Wells Vehicle Electronics. “The result is a higher level of service for the end-user, which ultimately leads to increased sales and loyalty for our channel partners.”

To learn more about the Wells Vehicle Electronics product line, contact your nearest Wells distributor or visitwww.WellsVE.com. The Wells website also includes a comprehensive, free electronic catalog as well as an extensive library of vehicle diagnostic resources.

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