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DENSO Makes It Easier To Find The Right Oxygen And Air/Fuel Sensors

DENSO has just released their 2013 First Time Fit Oxygen and Air/Fuel Sensor Catalog that offers one of the most complete product lines in the industry, said the company. It includes 67 new oxygen sensor part numbers to cover an additional 7.7 million units in operation.

Oxygen and air/fuel sensors are vital components in today’s modern emissions systems. In fact, they are among the most sensitive and critical components to an engine. Today’s engines utilize multiple sensors to monitor exhaust gas oxygen content as well as catalytic converter efficiency. In order to perform these functions properly, the sensors must adhere to OE standards within incredibly close tolerances. DENSO First Time Fit Oxygen and Air/Fuel Sensors are designed to meet or exceed those tolerances.
 


DENSO has just released their 2013 First Time Fit Oxygen and Air/Fuel Sensor Catalog that offers one of the most complete product lines in the industry, said the company. It includes 67 new oxygen sensor part numbers to cover an additional 7.7 million units in operation.



This expanded DENSO product line provides additional coverage for the following makes: Acura, Audi, BMW, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Ford, GMC, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Land Rover, Lexus, Lincoln, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Porsche, Toyota, and Volkswagen.
 


To make it easy to find the correct sensor, the 2013 First Time Fit Oxygen and Air/Fuel Sensor Catalog includes applications by manufacturer, reference information on new numbers, supersessions, universal sensors, complete photo guide by part number, buyer’s guide by part number, cross-reference by competitor, and UPC barcode reference.



“Consumers can rely on DENSO First Time Fit Oxygen and Air/Fuel Sensors. With our expanded product line, we have 99.9 percent coverage for domestic and import automotive and light duty truck applications through the 2013 model year,” said John Doran, senior manager, Marketing and Product Management Group. “As the automotive industry continues to improve their standards, DENSO is keeping the pace with advancements in our engineering to meet these demands by making critical replacement parts available to consumers and repair shops alike.”
 


To obtain a copy of the 2013 Oxygen and Air/Fuel Sensor catalog or any other DENSO catalog, contact your local DENSO representative or call DENSO Customer Service at 1-877-675-5463.  

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