WVE Vehicle Electronics Introduces 121 New Part Numbers in April

In all, WVE announced 11 new ignition components, 26 new emissions products, 63 new sensors and 21 new switches – covering more than 65.1 million vehicles.

WVE Vehicle Electronics introduced a total of 121 new part numbers in April for a variety of ignition products, emissions products, sensors and switches now available for a range of light and heavy-duty vehicle applications. In all, WVE announced 11 new ignition components, 26 new emissions products, 63 new sensors and 21 new switches – covering more than 65.1 million vehicles.

New part numbers are available for the following part types: 

  • ABS Wheel Speed Sensors
  • Accelerator Pedal Sensors
  • Air Bag Clock Springs
  • Ambient Air Temperature Sensors
  • Brake Fluid Sensors
  • Distribution Ignition Pickups
  • EGR Valves
  • Camshaft Position Sensors
  • EVAP Purge Flow Sensors
  • Fuel Level Sensors
  • Humidity Sensors
  • HVAC Sun Sensors
  • Ignition Coils
  • Ignition Lock Cylinders
  • MAP Sensors
  • MAF Sensors
  • Neutral Safety Switches/Automatic Trans Gear Position Sensors
  • Oil Level Sensors
  • Power Steering Pressure Sensors
  • Throttle Position Sensors
  • VVT Adjuster Magnets
  • VVT Oil Control Valves
  • VVT Solenoids

“The addition of these new part numbers demonstrates our continued commitment to meeting the needs of our customers with a full line of professional-grade vehicle electronics and engine management products,” said Patrick Sommerfeld, Vice President of Sales and Marketing with Wells Vehicle Electronics.

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For more information on our new part numbers launched this month, as well as our complete parts list, visit our online catalog at http://wvebrand.com/parts


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