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OEM is proud to announce the release of its 2014 Ignition Catalog tailored to the Mexican market. OEM’s has included Mexico-only applications and the most popular ignition caps, rotors, modules, coils, and coil boots. OEM has included comprehensive application coverage by make, model, and year range and engine size.
Moreover, OEM’s catalog includes a complete image guide and interchanges, all featured in Spanish.
OEM releases new 2012 Engine Management Catalog
OEM is proud to announce the release of its 2012 Engine Management Catalog. This year, OEM’s catalog can be easily identified by its new graphite background color and improved logo.
OEM’s 2012 Engine Management catalog has expanded its line from the previous catalog with over 400 new part numbers including Fuel Pressure Regulators, Blower Motor Resistors, Ignition Coil Boots, Ignition Coils, Idle Air Control Valves, Pigtails, Sensors (cam/crank, speed, knock, map), Switches (turn signal, oil pressure, stoplight, headlight, power window), Starter Solenoids and Relays.
OEM’s Catalog features a comprehensive application guide on import and domestic vehicles from 1985 through 2012, a broad competitor interchange and interesting sell sheets inserts within its 1316 pages.
Catalog data included in the 2012 catalog and pre-85 applications can be found at www.oemautoparts.com, EPICOR, and Wrenchead. Please let us know if you want us to include you in our data delivery cycle.
New BODY SYSTEMS Sell Sheet
Download our new BODY SYSTEMS sell sheet. It includes many switches, Blower Motor Resistors, relays, and various pigtails.
OEM releases new Cabin Air Filter Catalog
OEM has just released its brand new Cabin Air Filter catalog. OEM’s Cabin filter catalog is the most complete of the market featuring applications listings, specific locations, labor time, instruction sheets, images and cross references. Request your catalog today.
Design Improvement for GM Vortec Distributor Cap
OEM has made several design and construction changes using carefully selected materials in order to offer our customers the best combination of performance, longevity and value. The most significant difference is the change to using 30% Glass reinforced polyethylene (or PET) for molding of the cap itself. This material which is more commonly known by its trade name of DuPont Rynite offers far superior dielectric strength (better insulator to stop electrical arcing) and does not absorb moisture from the atmosphere as readily as PBT, the old material used. (Many of our competitors are still using this material in their caps). Secondly, OEM has made actual dimensional changes to add insulation around key failure points on the vehicle manufacturers design. The visibly thicker insulation around the contacts on the underside of the cap is a visible change you can show to installers in a key failure area. Last, OEM is keeping the Aluminum contacts because it offers superior resistance to corrosion OVER Brass in this very unique case. Please check out OEM’s Technical info/ bulletin “PB5” to get more information.