Ford says new Omnicraft fuel delivery module sensors meet manufacturer performance requirements and include corrosion-resistant noble metal sensor cards.

Ford says new Omnicraft fuel delivery module sensors meet manufacturer performance requirements and include corrosion-resistant noble metal sensor cards.

Ford Motor Co. has added fuel delivery modules and pump kits to its Omnicraft brand of replacement parts for non-Ford/Lincoln vehicle repairs.

Ford says Omnicraft fuel delivery modules and pump kits are designed and tested to meet manufacturer requirements for proper fit, form and function specifications to help provide reliable performance. In-tank location helps minimize noise and vibration.

Features of Omnicraft fuel pump kits include high-efficiency turbine or gerotor-style pumps for positive displacement applications.

Features of Omnicraft fuel pump kits include high-efficiency turbine or gerotor-style pumps for positive displacement applications.

Features include high-efficiency turbine or gerotor-style pumps for positive displacement applications, over-molded armatures to help increase performance and resist corrosion (not applicable to all pumps); flex-fuel compatibility as needed by application and carbon commutators for E85 applications.

The fuel delivery module sensors meet manufacturer performance requirements and include corrosion-resistant noble metal sensor cards. The fuel sensor designs are tested over one million cycles

As with all Omnicraft parts, each component is backed by a limited lifetime warranty with unlimited mileage, labor included and no commercial exceptions.

Omnicraft is part of the Ford lineup of parts brands: Ford, Motorcraft and Omnicraft. Omnicraft is the exclusive non-Ford/Lincoln parts brand of aftermarket parts. For more information, visit www.omnicraftautoparts.com.