Spectra Premium Announces Q4 Product Releases

Spectra Premium has announced the release of 80 new products in the fourth quarter of this year.

These include late-model aftermarket products for engine management, heating and cooling systems.

The company has released 29 new late-model cooling products—9 radiators and 20 condensers. Providing coverage for more than 2.5 million vehicles in operation, the radiators and condensers have been fit-tested together to verify the proper spacing gap between them to allow for maximum cooling, as well as to ensure that both parts can be easily installed.

Spectra Premium has also launched five new electronic throttle bodies, two of which are first-to-market items. As explained by the company, it does not offer remanufactured or recycled electronic throttle bodies. The new products provide coverage for 90 percent of market demand including the domestic applications of these new numbers: 2006-2010 Chevrolet Silverado 2500-3500 (TB1225), 2015-18 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 (TB1232) and (TB1247) for late-model Jeep Cherokee, Chrysler 200 and Dodge Dart.

Spectra Premium has also launched 10 oxygen sensors, 3 ignition coils, 2 crankshaft position sensors and 1 mass air flow sensor in the fourth quarter. The products have been designed and developed by the company’s Canadian engineers to meet OE specifications. Of these new parts, the new S10374 crankshaft position sensor is a suitable fit for nearly 3 million 2010-2015 model year Honda Accords, Civics and CRVs on the road.

The company has also released a new, heavy-duty aluminum oil pan.

“We introduced several new late-model products for the cooling and engine management systems to meet the demand of recent vehicles,” explained Eric Renaud, Corporate Director, Category Management, Aftermarket. “The new condensers and radiators are timely new arrivals in anticipation for this coming winter’s collision season in northern States and Canada.”

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