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Delphi Adds More Than 260 Parts to 3 Product Lines

Delphi's latest release includes more than 260 parts for steering and suspension, engine management and fuel applications.
<p>Delphi's latest release includes more than 260 parts for steering and suspension, engine management and fuel applications.</p>

Delphi Product & Service Solutions  has expanded its fuel, engine management and steering and suspension lines in North America.

In its fuel pump category, the company added 53 fuel pump module assemblies, 11 fuel pump and strainer sets and one electric fuel pump. The new electric fuel pump covers more than 14 million vehicles. The fuel category also includes 16 fuel transfer units that cover more than 3.4 million vehicles and a new fuel tank sending unit that covers over 340,000 vehicles.

In the engine management portfolio, the company added nine mass air flow (MAF) sensors covering more than 990,000 vehicles and one coolant temperature sensor covering over 3.2 million vehicles. Eight new manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensors cover more than 1.9 million vehicles, and two new throttle positions cover over 139,000 vehicles.

In the steering and suspension category, 160 new parts cover more than 20 million  vehicles from 1935 to 2016 in the U.S. and Canada on the road today.

“We’re excited to announce more than 260 new applications to the aftermarket,” says Chad Smith, vice president, North America and global remanufacturing. “With our plans to grow even further in the coming years, we are committed to serving the needs of our customers and helping to ensure that technicians can continue to trust Delphi for parts that mean successful repairs, every single time.”

Delphi Automotive PLC is headquartered in Gillingham, U.K.,and operates technical centers, manufacturing sites and customer support services in 46 countries. For more information, visit www.delphiautoparts.com.

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