Find and Order Engine Kits Faster and Easier with Clevite’s Light Vehicle CEEK Program – UnderhoodService

Find and Order Engine Kits Faster and Easier with Clevite’s Light Vehicle CEEK Program

Clevite Engine Parts announces the release of its brand new Light Vehicle CEEK (Clevite Electronic Engine Kits) program. Visit www.LightVehicleEngineKits.com, and in minutes, select and purchase the kit you need with the use of this dynamic and user-friendly online tool.

Clevite Engine Parts announces the release of its brand new Light Vehicle CEEK (Clevite Electronic Engine Kits) program. Visit LightVehicleEngineKits.com, and in minutes, select and purchase the kit you need with the use of this dynamic and user-friendly online tool.

While the look and feel have changed, this online tool is the quickest way for customers to locate the engine kit they need. LV CEEK offers the flexibility to choose the engine kit that best meets customers’ needs from more than 8,000 base kit numbers to more than 500,000 kit combinations. Search for kits by year, make, engine or kit number. Users can also search by Clevite Kit Direct, taking them directly to the kit bill of materials.

Easy-to-read icons make it easy to view the components that make up the kit, images of the actual parts; as well as relevant notes, definitions and selection guides related to those kit items. Users view and customize their kit to fit their specific application needs, and once a kit is built, a link to www.CleviteOrder.com makes placing the order easy. LV CEEK provides users with print-friendly quote sheets and bills of materials.

Clicking the “How to Use” button initiates a short tutorial on how to best utilize the site. If customers have questions about an application, they can submit them directly to Clevite through the website by clicking the “Contact Us” button. As always, Clevite’s reputation for consistent quality stands behind each part and accessory in every box.

Clevite Engine Parts is a division of Dana Corporation and provides a wide scope of under-the-hood products for the global replacement parts market, including Clevite engine parts, Clevite 77 engine bearings, Victor Reinz gaskets and Perfect Circle piston rings. In addition, Clevite, Clevite 77, Victor Reinz and Perfect Circle are exclusive NASCAR Performance Products.

Clevite’s Internet address is www.engineparts.com.

You May Also Like

Bosch Releases 212 Aftermarket Parts in 2022

The parts cover nearly 64 million vehicles in operation across North America.

Robert Bosch, LLC announced it has added 212 automotive aftermarket parts to its portfolio in 2022, covering nearly 64 million vehicles in operation across North America.

The new Bosch products, which cover domestic, European and Asian passenger and commercial vehicles, include 74 braking parts, 52 fuel and water pumps, 14 ignition coils, 27 cooling fans, rotating machines, spark plugs and ESP units, 38 sensors and seven fuel injectors. 

Winter ASE Registration Open

Three options offered for testing and recertification.

Federated 50/50 Challenge Awards Over a Hundred Prizes

Federated conducted the 50/50 Challenge to recognize and thank ASE-certified automotive service professionals.

Mitchell 1, ASE Present 2022 Technician of the Future Award

Nathanial “Nate” Nie of Mission Viejo, California, was named the 2022 Mitchell 1 / National Institute for ASE Technician of the Future.

Schaeffler Group Releases Series of LuK TSBs

In conjunction with its REPXPERT service brand, Schaeffler provides technical tips and service information for LuK products.

Other Posts

SMP Closes the Year with 214 New Part Numbers

SMP says it is committed to providing replacement parts for hybrids and EVs through its Standard and Four Seasons brands.

GB Remanufacturing Releases 2022 Year in Review

The GB Reman 2022 Year in Review is available for download.

SMP Closes the Year with 214 New Part Numbers

SMP says it is committed to providing replacement parts for hybrids and EVs.

Survey Shows Greater Trust in Service Professionals

More than 70% reported increased levels of trust in repair shops and/or service technicians.