Rein Automotive Offers Brake Vacuum Pumps Built By OEMs For Popular European Makes

Rein Automotive Offers Brake Vacuum Pumps Built By OEMs For Popular European Makes

Rein Automotive Brake Vacuum Pumps are built by original equipment manufacturers and designed as plug and play replacements for failed units.

Rein Automotive brake vacuum pumps from CRP Automotive are designed as plug and play replacements for popular European makes.

CRP Automotive, a leading source of OE-quality replacement and service parts, offers Rein Automotive Brake Vacuum Pumps for popular Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Rolls Royce, VW and Volvo applications. Rein Automotive Brake Vacuum Pumps are built by original equipment manufacturers and designed as plug and play replacements for failed units. These new pumps solve various performance and safety issues and are built for reliability and long service life, said the company.

Vacuum pumps that fail or operate inefficiently significantly reduce the performance of braking systems, EGR valves, intake manifold switches, turbocharger actuators and more. They can also trigger the check engine light, limp mode or engine misfires.

CRP Automotive offers 10 part numbers in the Rein Automotive Brake Vacuum Pump line and delivers coverage for more than 3.9 million VIO across the United States and Canada.

CRP Automotive provides everything needed for a complete installation, including a required gasket or seal, which are not always provided by the dealer. Rein Automotive Brake Vacuum Pumps are backed by a 2 year/24,000 mile warranty.

Easy Online Lookup

The Rein Automotive program features easy look up on CRP’s online application catalog that can be accessed through the CRP Automotive or Rein Automotive brand websites, www.reinautomotive.com, or Show Me the Parts, www.showmetheparts.com/crp/.

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