Four Seasons Adds SKUs to Temperature Control Line – UnderhoodService

Four Seasons Adds SKUs to Temperature Control Line

Four Seasons has added more than 660 new part numbers to its line in 2009 to date.

In its continuous effort to offer automotive technicians everything they need to fulfill their temperature control replacement part needs, Four Seasons has added more than 660 new part numbers to its line in 2009 to date.

Included in these new additions are:

• 100 new and re-engineered compressors
• 24 accumulators
• 48 expansion devices
• 55 cooling fan assemblies
• 155 hose assemblies

“As a full-line supplier of temperature control products for both import and domestic vehicles, we have the manufacturing capabilities in place to assure that our customers receive the best temperature control products on the market to fit their ever-changing needs,” Matt Guden, marketing and business development manager, Four Seasons. “All of these SKUs are a result of our ongoing, extensive research and we’re just getting started.”

For more information on Four Seasons, contact a local territory manager or visit  

You May Also Like

How (And Why!) To Clean An Engine

Beauty is more than skin deep. Here are 11 steps to help clean any car’s engine compartment.

A well-kept car looks amazing when rolling down the street, and it drives better. But, more driving means exposing a car to pebbles, grime, greasy and oily residues, dirt and particles. This unwanted debris can also accumulate under a car’s hood.

For a car owner to enjoy the beauty of a clean car, it’s vital to address the cleanliness of the interior, exterior and under the hood — the engine.

Spark Plug Fouling

Understanding why spark plugs get dirty.

Aging Plastic Intake Components May Cause Leaks

BMW valve covers and intake manifolds made of plastic are susceptible to warpage and gasket failure.

Diagnosing Intercooler Boost Trouble Code P0299

The criteria for setting the code is very basic.

Understanding Coolants

All-season coolant used inorganic acid technology and worked great for almost 30 years.

Other Posts

Misfire Codes P0300, P0301-P0312 and P0313+P0314

The only way to clear the code is to use a crankshaft position relearn with a scan tool.

Belt-In-Oil Timing Systems

Oil contamination of the belt drive has been a death sentence, due to the rubber and fiber construction of the belt.

What Caused The Turbo To fail?

Up to 50% of turbocharger failures are due to oiling problems.

New Oil Specifications

Many 0W16 oils have a new donut certification mark on the bottle called API SN-PLUS and SN-PLUS Resource Conserving.