Continental Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket offers a comprehensive line of VDO flex fuel sensors for popular GM vehicle applications. These OE flex fuel sensors are the exact OEM part as supplied to GM worldwide. They are identical in fit, form, function and OE quality, according to Continental.
The VDO program includes four flex fuel sensors providing wide coverage for GM vehicles, including specific models years of Cadillac ATS, SRX and XTS; Chevrolet Avalanche 1500, Caprice, Captiva Sport, Express 2500/3500/4500, Equinox, Impala, Impala Limited, S10, Silverado 1500, Suburban 1500 and Tahoe; Buick LaCrosse, Regal and Verano; and GMC Savana 2500/3500/4500, Sierra 1500, Sonoma, Terrain, Yukon and Yukon XL 1500.
VDO flex fuel sensors are the latest in green technology for GM vehicles. The sensors are designed to calculate the percentage of ethanol in fuel and adjust the output signal to the ECU, creating dynamic ignition timing and E85 capacity. The sensors are built in OE ISO/TS certified facilities and are manufactured to the highest-quality standards.
Continental says the VDO OEM Direct Program offers a unique solution for shop owners and technicians. These high-quality, OE parts deliver excellent European, domestic and Asian coverage for high-volume vehicles, as well as hard-to-find applications. Since the parts are OE components, installation is simplified and labor is reduced, leading to fewer comebacks, the company says. The parts are competitively priced and come directly from the manufacturer, Continental.
In addition to flex fuel sensors, Continental also offers air actuators, electronic throttle valves, electric water pumps, fuel injectors and fuel modules as well as MAF and MAP sensors in the VDO OEM Direct Parts Program.
For more information, visit vdo.com/usa.