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Standard Motor Products Releases 412 New Parts For Intermotor Import Line

Standard Motor Products (SMP) has announced the addition of 412 new part numbers to its Intermotor line of genuine import parts. The Intermotor line expansion features more than 175 new switches, including multi-function, combination, heated seat, parking brake, trunk ajar, cruise control, fog lamp, power seat memory, power window and more, covering more than 80 million additional VIO.

Standard Motor Products (SMP) has announced the addition of 412 new part numbers to its Intermotor line of genuine import parts.

The Intermotor line expansion features more than 175 new switches, including multi-function, combination, heated seat, parking brake, trunk ajar, cruise control, fog lamp, power seat memory, power window and more, covering more than 80 million additional VIO. Intermotor also has added more than 125 sensors, including significant coverage for clone-able TPMS sensors, secondary air injection, exhaust gas temperature, camshaft and crankshaft, ABS speed, brake pad wear, turbocharger boost, vehicle speed and more. Additional key category expansion includes ignition coils, canister vent solenoids, EGR valves and solenoids, fuel injectors, airbag clocksprings and power door lock actuators.

“We continue to expand our import coverage, especially in the high-tech key categories,” said Phil Hutchens, vice president, engine management marketing, SMP. “Our commitment is to lead the way in the import marketplace with the highest quality import product and complete coverage, providing our customers with the parts they need to grow their import business.”

All new applications are listed in the eCatalogs found at www.IntermotorImport.com and in electronic catalog providers.

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