Bosch expands Mass Air Flow sensor line
Robert Bosch LLC says it has expanded its line of Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensors with new features that will benefit distributors, retailers, installers, and motorists throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
MAF sensors, also called Hot Film Meters (HFMs), measure the amount of air entering an engine and report that data to the Electronic Control Module (ECM), which adjusts fuel mixture, ignition timing, and other parameters accordingly.
The newly expanded line, with nearly 30 new part numbers, now features more than 120 part numbers covering popular vehicles in operation in North America, including domestic, Asian, and European models. This new coverage, available through distribution channels immediately, will help assure distributors and retailers that they will not miss sales due to gaps in coverage.
Bosch is supporting this line with new-generation cataloging, which includes quarterly electronic catalog releases, 360-degree on-line imaging, and ACES/PIES compliant buyers/stocking guides.
“The new MAF sensors we’ve introduced in the last few months, as well as those to come in early 2013, represent a major expansion of our MAF sensor line in the aftermarket,” explains Jarod Adams, group product manager, Gasoline Systems for Robert Bosch LLC.
“The expertise we gain as an OE supplier of MAF sensors and other engine management parts and systems allows us to offer the most advanced and reliable products for aftermarket installation.”
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