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Cardone releases new reman parts

Posted on June 9, 2014
The Cardone reman water pump (P/N 58-728) for the 2011-13 Ford Mustand/F150 5.0L.

The Cardone reman water pump (P/N 58-728) for the 2011-13 Ford Mustand/F150 5.0L.

Cardone Industries Inc. announced the release of 24 A1 Cardone reman numbers and 25 Cardone Select new part numbers.

The new parts include:

  • brake caliper: P/N 18-B5474 (left) and P/N 18-B5475 (right) for the 2013 Ford Fusion/Mercury MKZ with over 180,000 VIO;
  • ECM: P/N 78-1120F, a Cardone exclusive, for the 2005 Ford F150 with over 89,000 VIO; and
  • water pump: P/N 58-728 for the 2011-13 Ford Mustang/F150 5.0L with over 185,000 VIO.

The company says because it is determined to have the right parts in stock when techs need them, it is constantly adding new parts to its catalog of over 46,000 SKUs.

For additional information visit www.cardone.com.

Related Topics: brake calipers, Cardone Industries Inc., ECM, water pumps

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