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SMP expands TechSmart line

Posted on May 23, 2014

Standard Motor Products Inc. (SMP) has added 28 new premium parts to its TechSmart line of engine control products and solution-based parts.

The company says the release includes some of TechSmart’s most popular categories: keyless entry transmitters (key fobs), electronic throttle bodies, park assist sensors, headlight wiring harnesses and more.

These new products cover more than nine million additional vehicles-in-operation (VIO) for domestic and import applications through model year 2013.

“Each new part meets the TechSmartcore criteria of providing professional service technicians with new technology, new categories and problem-solving improvements to the original,” says Phil Hutchens, vice president engine management marketing.

For more information, contact an SMP sales representative or visit www.TechSmartParts.com.

Related Topics: Phil Hutchens, Standard Motor Products, TechSmart

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