The partnership started in 2020 with the companies collaborating to develop Dayco Hybrid Modules (DHM) for EVs.
Dayco says six new SKUs cover hundreds of thousands of Class 8 fleet vehicles on the road today.
This partnership allows further development of hybrid system solutions for vehicle manufacturers across the globe.
Dayco’s Aftermarket Division has launched a comprehensive new Timing Belt Kit with Water Pump program that includes a 125,000 mile warranty. Effective Oct. 15, when a technician or a DIYer purchases a Dayco Water Pump or Dayco Timing Belt Kit with Water Pump they can register their purchase at aftna125k.dayco.com/125k/ to be covered for 125,000 miles (USA)
This award follows similar recognition from vehicle manufacturers such as FCA and GM, as well as several trade organizations.
The first was secured at the 2019 Import Vehicle Community Product and Marketing Awards and recognized the company’s Catalog App, which earned the Best Electronic Media title.
Belts continue to be one of the most frequently replaced wear items on vehicles today. The typical replacement interval for serpentine belts and flat belts today is around 90,000 miles – which for many vehicles means only once every seven to nine years!
Mike McTeer joined Dayco in 2018 as the director of business strategy, U.S. aftermarket. McTeer brings more than 25 years of experience in the automotive aftermarket, having worked at O’Reilly Auto Parts, AutoZone, Factory Motor Parts and Federal-Mogul Motorparts.
This launch will expand the company’s current North America water pump product line to initially provide 55 SKUs, covering 97 percent of heavy-duty applications.
The typical replacement interval for serpentine belts and flat belts today is around 90,000 miles – which for many vehicles means only once every seven to nine years! That’s a lot of miles between belt changes.
In this Maintenance Minute, Andrew Markel discusses how even 2mm can mean everything when it comes to belts. Sponsored by Dayco.
This latest honor came from the Society of Plastics Engineers at its 48th annual Automotive Innovation Awards Gala, where Ford, Dayco, MacLean-Fogg and DowDupont took the top honors in the powertrain category, as well as the Grand Award for innovation in plastics.