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Carter expands fuel pump coverage

Posted on July 31, 2014
Carter has added more than 120 fuel systems products, which are manufactured in Indiana.

Carter has added more than 120 fuel systems products, which are manufactured in Indiana.

Carter Fuel Systems LLC has introduced more than 120 fuel module assemblies, electrical fuel pump sets, pump-and-hanger assemblies and other products for millions of late-model foreign nameplate and domestic passenger vehicles.

The company is based in Livonia, Mich., and operates an engineering, manufacturing and product test center in Logansport, Ind. It is owned by Crowne Group LLC in Cleveland, Ohio, a manufacturer of automotive, aftermarket and industrial products.

“This is only the first of several significant investments in new coverage for late-model applications,” says Crowne Group President Greg Flake.

“It is our mission to become the number one brand of fuel system products for every vehicle nameplate and in every North American market. We will do that by providing the best coverage, bar none, as well as superior products that are engineered and manufactured right here in North America.”

The new Carter parts include 65 premium fuel module assemblies, 25 electrical fuel pump sets, four pump-and-hanger assemblies and a variety of other components for domestic, Asian and European applications up to and including the 2013 model year.

Many new Carter fuel modules, sets and pump-and-hanger assemblies feature the brand’s exclusive CleanScreen strainer, which offers up to 40% greater dirt-holding capacity and helps eliminate fuel delivery issues by preventing clogging, according to the company.

For more information, visit www.CarterFuelSystems.com.

Related Topics: Carter Fuel Pumps, Crowne Group, Greg Flake

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