WVE Vehicle Electronics introduces nearly 300 new part numbers in May

In all, WVE announced 128 HVAC products, 39 switches, 29 fuel injection products, 25 sensors, 21 connectors, 18 emissions products, 4 relays, 4 electrical products, 1 solenoid, and 1 knock sensor kit – which includes more than 220 million sales opportunities.

WVE Vehicle Electronics introduced 270 new part numbers in May, which are now available for a range of light and heavy-duty vehicle applications. In all, WVE announced 128 HVAC products, 39 switches, 29 fuel injection products, 25 sensors, 21 connectors, 18 emissions products, 4 relays, 4 electrical products, 1 solenoid, and 1 knock sensor kit – which includes more than 220 million sales opportunities.

“With this new part number announcement, our product team further demonstrates our commitment to delivering a full line of professional-grade vehicle electronics and engine management products for our customers,” said David Stewart, Vice President of Sales and Marketing with Wells Vehicle Electronics. “And each WVE part is backed with unmatched customer service and superior technical support.”

For more information on these new part numbers, as well as the company’s complete parts list, visit the online catalog at https://wellsve.com/products

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 Niterra, 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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