WVE Vehicle Electronics introduces more than 1,800 new part numbers in April

WVE announced 696 switches, 428 fuel system products, 397 sensors, 245 emissions products, 21 coils, 12 solenoids, and 3 voltage regulators – which includes more than 583.5 million sales opportunities.

WVE Vehicle Electronics introduced 1,802 new part numbers in April for a variety of sensors, switches, solenoids, coils, emissions, fuel injection products, and voltage regulators, now available for a range of light and heavy-duty vehicle applications. In all, WVE announced 696 switches, 428 fuel system products, 397 sensors, 245 emissions products, 21 coils, 12 solenoids, and 3 voltage regulators – which includes more than 583.5 million sales opportunities.

“The addition of these new part numbers for April furthers our commitment to providing a full line of professional-grade vehicle electronics and engine management products for our customers,” said Patrick Sommerfeld, Vice President of Sales and Marketing with Wells Vehicle Electronics. “In 2021, we look forward to not only adding additional products to our line but meeting the needs of our customers throughout the industry by delivering unmatched customer service and support.” 

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

About WVE Vehicle Electronics

WVE Vehicle Electronics offers a full line of professional-grade vehicle electronics and engine management products – including coils, sensors, ignition, emissions, relays, and other vehicle electronics part categories – to the automotive aftermarket. For more information, visit www.wvebrand.com

About Wells Vehicle Electronics

Wells Vehicle Electronics L.P., founded in 1903 by Robert Wells, designs, manufactures, and distributes industry-leading vehicle electronics. As a division of NGK Spark Plug Co., LTD, Wells focuses on finding and providing win-win solutions for its associates and business partners from its headquarters in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. For more information, visit www.wellsve.com


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