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DENSO Sales California Introduces New Fuel Pump Catalog

DENSO Sales California, Inc. has introduced a new First Time Fit fuel pump catalog for the automotive aftermarket. The new 2013 fuel pump catalog, part number FP-CAT-1112 now includes fuel pumps, fuel pump kits and modules for more than 16,600 domestic and foreign applications, including 175 new applications. The catalog also includes fuel senders for popular Toyota applications.

DENSO Sales California, Inc. has introduced a new First Time Fit fuel pump catalog for the automotive aftermarket. The new 2013 fuel pump catalog, part number FP-CAT-1112 now includes fuel pumps, fuel pump kits and modules for more than 16,600 domestic and foreign applications, including 175 new applications. The catalog also includes fuel senders for popular Toyota applications.

The new fuel pump catalog features 498 total part numbers covering more than 129 million Units in Operation (UIO), including more than 2.6 million new UIO.

“This catalog further supports the expansion of our existing fuel pump product line and our goal to be a complete aftermarket supplier,” explained John Doran, senior manager, Product Management Group, DENSO Sales California, Inc. “This new catalog clearly identifies the range of DENSO fuel pumps customers can choose from to fit their particular vehicle.”

DENSO fuel pumps are standard equipment in some of the world’s top luxury cars, while DENSO’s manufacturing facilities have received numerous OEM awards for product quality and consistency. DENSO First Time Fit replacement fuel pumps are available for hundreds of applications in the automotive aftermarket. 
DENSO First Time Fit Fuel Pumps Feature:

• Turbine Technology – Delivers fuel with minimal pressure pulsation for quieter operation;

• Armature – Ultra-high balanced to minimize noise and vibration
; and
• Check Valve – Maintains consistent system pressure for superior hot fuel handling characteristics

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DENSO brand of premium First Time Fit aftermarket products also includes starters, alternators, expansion valves, receiver driers, accumulators, evaporators, ignition coils, cabin air filters, oil filters, air filters, spark plugs, ignition wires, wiper blades, radiators, condensers and mass air flow sensors. For more information, call 1-888-96-DENSO or visit www.densoaftermarket.com.

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