WVE Vehicle Electronics Introduces Nearly 1,800 Part Numbers In July

WVE Introduces Nearly 1,800 New Part Numbers In July

The part numbers are available for a range of light- and heavy-duty vehicle applications.

WVE Vehicle Electronics introduced 1,791 new part numbers in July.

The part numbers, for a variety of sensors, switches, solenoids, coils, emissions, filters, fuel-injection products and a distributor-drive gear, are available for a range of light- and heavy-duty vehicle applications.

In all, WVE announced 1,060 switches, 577 sensors, 112 emissions products, 30 solenoids, eight fuel-injection products, two filters, one coil and one distributor-drive gear – which includes more than 770 million sales opportunities.

“Once again our product team has demonstrated our commitment to providing a full line of professional-grade vehicle electronics and engine-management products to our customers,” said Patrick Sommerfeld, vice president of sales and marketing with Wells Vehicle Electronics. “In just the first half of 2021, we’ve introduced nearly 3,600 new parts to our catalog, and we’re just getting started. What’s more is that each WVE part is backed with unmatched customer service and support.”

For more information on the new part numbers, as well as WVE’s complete parts list, visit the online catalog at http://wvebrand.com/parts.

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