Delphi Announces Part Number Expansion Across Product Range

Delphi Announces Part Number Expansion Across Product Range

The Sparta line additions cover 4.9 million VIO in the U.S. and nearly 347,000 VIO in Canada, the company says.

Delphi Technologies, Brand of BorgWarner Inc., announces 142 parts to its main line and an additional 21 parts to its specialty Sparta fuel pump line.

Sparta, Delphi Technologies’ range specifically designed for older and high-mileage vehicles, recently made its formal debut at AAPEX 2022. The Sparta line additions cover 4.9 million VIO in the U.S. and nearly 347,000 VIO in Canada, the company says. The products include fuel pump module assemblies, fuel tank sending units, fuel pump strainers, mechanical and electric fuel pumps, and fuel pump check valves.

The 142 new part numbers are comprised of:

  • 35 new parts to expand its fuel portfolio, including fuel pump strainer sets, fuel pump hanger and module assemblies, and fuel transfer units, all of which undergo OE-quality testing for reliability and durability, according to Delphi.
  • 21 new part numbers to its steering and suspension line, which Delphi says already has 98% sales coverage. This includes control arm and ball joint assemblies, control arm bushings, tie rod ends, and more. Top applications for these parts include Chrysler, GM, Honda, Lexus, and Toyota, covering 16.2 million VIO in the United States and 1.6 million VIO in Canada.
  • 86 new parts in the engine management category, mainly comprising of sensors and ignition coils. The parts cover more than 141 million VIO for the U.S., 11 million VIO for Canada, with top applications for Chrysler, GM, and Toyota. Some parts announced include ABS wheel speed sensors, engine camshaft position sensors, engine coolant temperature sensors, coil on plug for ignition coils, and vehicle speed sensor, according to Delphi.

For more information, visit delphi.mypartfinder.com or sparta.mypartfinder.com.  

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