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FMI Automotive adds water pumps

Posted on July 10, 2014

FMI Automotive Inc. has expanded water pump coverage for Ford and Lincoln vehicles, including the Ford F-150 pickup.

New water pump part numbers available from FMI Automotive cover Ford vehicles with V-8 and 6.2 liter engines including the Ford F-150, F-250 and F-350 super duty pickups.

New numbers have also been introduced for the Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator.

“FMI premium performance water pumps are manufactured with 100% new parts and designed to operate and withstand the highly stressful environment of today’s cooling systems,” says  Lou Ischo, vice president of marketing for FMI Automotive.

“Extensive testing is conducted so when our customers install a new FMI water pump, they can be confident they are restoring the vehicle’s cooling system to proper working condition the first time.”

For more information about FMI Automotive, visit www.fmiautomotive.com.

Related Topics: FMI Automotive Inc., premium water pumps

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