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Delphi announces new part numbers for fuel, steering & suspension and engine management

Thursday, November 30, 2017 - 08:00
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Delphi Product & Service Solutions, a trusted brand for fuel, continues to expand its portfolio to include more coverage and products for customers in fuel, engine management and steering & suspension portfolios. In all, Delphi is announcing 51 new Fuel products, 125 new Steering & Suspension products, and 162 Engine Management products – covering more than 110 million vehicles.

Customers already choose Delphi for their fuel products because of the trusted brand and products – OE engineered and durability-tested with an innovative design. Since the 1930s Delphi has been at the cutting edge of innovation as a supplier to the top 25 global vehicle manufacturers. Yes – you heard that right. Delphi has over 80 years of expertise when it comes to fuel. To expand their fuel management portfolio, they are adding 33 new fuel pump module assemblies and one new fuel pump hanger assembly that covers over 4.8 million vehicles, including Ford, General Motors and Nissan from 2001 to 2017, throughout the U.S. and Canada. Delphi is also adding eight new GDI high-pressure mechanical fuel pumps covering more than 3.8 million vehicles, one new mechanical fuel pump, seven new fuel transfer units covering more than 2.1 million vehicles and one new fuel tank sending unit that covers more than 1.3 million vehicles.

Delphi’s steering and suspension portfolio is growing their new line with 125 new parts that cover more than 25 million vehicles. The parts are made to live up to the highest standards to meet OE specifications, undergoing rigorous tests to ensure that they perform top-notch for their customers. Not only this, but each part goes through precise manufacturing steps to allow for the proper fitting every single time.


The engine management portfolio also grows in size and quality as new parts are added. Whether customers are looking for ignition coils or sensors, these new parts are for you. Delphi adds to their collection 23 new ignition coils covering over 4.4 million vehicles. These ignition coils have intelligent manufacturing and precision techniques to make sure each coil has innovative design. They are also built with more than 100 years of Delphi’s OE heritage to resist the common stresses that can cause ignition coils to fail. Within the expansion are a wide range of sensors that offer major coverage, including 15 new mass air flow (MAF) sensors covering more than 13.8 million vehicles, 86 new ABS wheel speed sensors, 15 camshaft position sensors covering over 10 million vehicles, two coolant temperature sensors covering over 437,000 vehicles, 15 crankshaft position sensors for over 6.9 million vehicles, four manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensors covering over 4.2 million vehicles and two vehicle speed sensors that cover over one million vehicles.

“We’re excited to announce so many new applications to our fuel, engine management and steering and suspension portfolios,” says Chad Smith, vice president, North America and Global Remanufacturing. “As Delphi continues to grow and expand its product offerings, we want our customers to know they can trust Delphi to have the parts needed for successful repairs, every time.”

About Delphi: Delphi Automotive PLC is a high-technology company that integrates safer, greener and more connected solutions for the automotive and transportation sectors. Headquartered in Gillingham, U.K., Delphi operates technical centers, manufacturing sites and customer support services in 46 countries. Visit delphiautoparts.com.

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