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New Wells Vehicle Electronics Catalogs Feature More Than 5,500 Pages and 37,000 Parts

An all-new four-volume series of application catalogs and illustrated parts guide covering more than 37,000 advanced engine management, ignition, emissions, fuel system and other vehicle electronics solutions is now available through the Wells Vehicle Electronics brand.

An all-new four-volume series of application catalogs and illustrated parts guide covering more than 37,000 advanced engine management, ignition, emissions, fuel system and other vehicle electronics solutions is now available through the Wells Vehicle Electronics brand.
 
Comprising more than 5,500 pages and more than 4,000 new part numbers, the new catalog series represents the aftermarket’s most comprehensive and convenient resource for professionals seeking top-quality repair solutions for virtually any popular application, up to and including the 2010 model year.
 
Key product categories featured in the Wells catalogs are ignition, fuel system, emissions, and starting/charging system components; sensors; and switches. Each Wells component either matches or improves on the original equipment design to ensure superior performance and reliability.
 
“We have continued to build on our quality and coverage leadership to best serve the needs of professional technicians and consumers,” said Paul Engl, marketing services manager, Wells Manufacturing, L.P. “Our new catalogs reflect both the aggressive growth of our product line and strong awareness and demand for Wells branded solutions.”
 
The new four-volume series includes three application catalogs (“Classic” to 1983; 1984-1995; and 1996-2010) and a highly detailed and helpful Illustrated Parts Guide. In addition to product and application data, the volumes now also include counter person and technician references to add value to each part sale and ensure a complete, correct repair the first time.
 
To request a copy of the new four-volume Wells Vehicle Electronics catalog series, please contact your United Components sales representative or write to: New Catalog, Wells Manufacturing, L.P., 26 S. Brooke Street, Fond du Lac, WI 54935. Additional information regarding Wells products and a user-friendly electronic catalog are available at www.wellsVE.com.

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