Wells Vehicle Electronics Adds 307 Parts Covering Nearly 50M Vehicles

Wells Vehicle Electronics Adds 307 Parts Covering Nearly 50M Vehicles

Wells Vehicle Electronics has added 307 new parts to its portfolio of OE-quality replacement components for domestic and foreign nameplate applications. This new product launch covers nearly 50 million registered vehicles, and each component is engineered to match or exceed OE fit, form and function.

welllssWells Vehicle Electronics has added 307 new parts to its portfolio of OE-quality replacement components for domestic and foreign nameplate applications. This new product launch covers nearly 50 million registered vehicles, and each component is engineered to match or exceed OE fit, form and function.

“Our goal is to deliver service providers with the electronic and diagnostic solutions they need every day in the service bays,” said David Boer, vice president of sales and marketing, Wells Vehicle Electronics. “We’re continuously analyzing data, vehicles and service demands to deliver the most critical vehicle electronics to the marketplace.”

The 307 new Wells part numbers include 248 switches, 27 emissions-related parts, 22 sensors, six control modules and four other vehicle electronics parts.

Offering an extensive line of “better-than-OE” parts, Wells components feature enhanced designs and premium materials to address known performance or reliability issues encountered in certain applications, according to the company.

Technicians also have free access to Wells’ technical library that includes its series of diagnostic case study videos, an extensive library of vehicle diagnostic resources and the Wells “Virtual Tech” interactive automotive troubleshooting assistant. Users are welcome to a free subscription service that includes notifications when live diagnostic webcasts launch.

The new Wells part numbers are now included in the company’s online electronic catalog located at WellsVE.com. To learn more about the Wells Vehicle Electronics product line, contact your nearest Wells distributor or visit WellsVE.com.

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