Spectra Premium Introduces 69 New SKUs – UnderhoodService

Spectra Premium Introduces 69 New SKUs

Spectra Premium has announced the release of 69 new SKUs.

These new parts cover more than 18 million vehicles on the road today. Coverage includes fuel tanks, straps, filler necks and fuel modules, for popular late-model domestic and import applications. New products include:

• 26 fuel pump assemblies for 2011-’12 Ford F-Series 6.7L Diesel (SP2477M); 2003-’05 Hyundai XG350 (SP3062H); and 1999-’03 Mazda Protégé (SP4067M)

• Four tank filler necks for popular models such as 2009-’12 Chevrolet Traverse, GMC Acadia (FN946); and 04-11 Nissan Titan (FN943)

• Seven fuel tank straps for late-model domestic and import applications, such as 2010-’13 Chevrolet Equinox, GMC Terrain (ST396); 2005-’12 Nissan Frontier, Pathfinder, Xterra (ST418); and 2009-’12 Ford F-Series (ST434).

• Three Spectra Ford fuel tanks, covering 2004-’10 E-Series vans (F41C/F41D) and 2003-’07 Focus (F88A)

• Three condensers for late-model imports: 2012-’14 Honda Civic
(7-3976); 2013-’14 Dodge Dart (7-4192); and 2012-’13 Infiniti M35h (7-4279)

• Five heater cores for popular imports and heavy-duty trucks, including one model for 2006-’10 Infiniti M35/M45 (98047)

• A Spectra oil pan for 2010-’12 Subaru Legacy and Outback (SUP03A)

For a complete PDF list of new products from Spectra Premium, click here.

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