Wells Vehicle Electronics Adds 180 Components Covering More Than 22 Million Vehicles – UnderhoodService

Wells Vehicle Electronics Adds 180 Components Covering More Than 22 Million Vehicles

WellsWells Vehicle Electronics has released 180 new part numbers, expanding its portfolio of original equipment-quality replacement components for domestic and foreign-nameplate applications, to cover an additional 22 million vehicles on the road today.

Available now through leading parts distributors and jobbers throughout the U.S., Canada and Mexico, the latest Wells product line expansion includes 153 switches, 14 emissions-related parts and 13 sensors.

Wells offers an extensive line of “better-than-OE” parts featuring enhanced designs and premium materials that address known performance and reliability issues encountered in certain applications. Wells products are engineered to match or exceed OE fit, form and function.

The new Wells part numbers are now included in the comprehensive, online electronic catalog located at www.WellsVE.com. These 180 new part numbers also are available under the Airtex Vehicle Electronics brand (www.AirtexVE.com).

Also available 24/7 at www.WellsVE.com, technicians have access to the aftermarket’s most popular series of diagnostic case study videos, an extensive library of vehicle diagnostic resources and the Wells “Virtual Tech” interactive automotive troubleshooting assistant. Users also can subscribe to receive notifications regarding free, live video webcasts that discuss timely diagnostic issues.

To learn more about the Wells Vehicle Electronics product line, please contact your nearest Wells distributor or visit www.WellsVE.com.

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