Service

Ford Introduces Omnicraft Brand Thermostats

Posted on March 5, 2019

Ford Motor Co. has added a line of thermostats to its Omnicraft brand of replacement parts for non-Ford/Lincoln vehicles.

There are 100 part numbers in the thermostat line.

Ford says new thermostats are made from high-grade stainless steel and copper construction that helps maintain accurate engine operating temperatures. The wax composition is designed for quick temperature change responsiveness. In addition, parts are tested and calibrated to meet Ford’s quality and performance standards.

“Building upon the strong heritage of Ford and Motorcraft parts, Omnicraft ensures that these thermostats are made with precision,” says Denise Kora, Ford North America Underhood Product Manager.

“The parts are designed and manufactured with high-quality materials and processes to help ensure proper fit, form and function.”

The list of available parts from Omnicraft is projected to grow to over 8,000. Ford says the Omnicraft brand features:

  • availability for non-Ford/Lincoln vehicles;
  • reliable durability and excellent value;
  • backed by a limited lifetime warranty with unlimited mileage, labor included* and no commercial exceptions; and
  • approved and backed by Ford Motor Co.

Related Topics: auto service, suppliers, thermostat, underhood parts

Comments ( 0 )
More Stories
Amsoil has made five more lubrication products available in its easy-pack packaging.
Product Amsoil Expands ‘Easy-Pack’ Package Offerings

Amsoil Inc. has made five more products available in its “easy-pack” package.

Bosch says it is the first aftermarket diagnostic tool manufacturer to develop the technology to unlock the SGW. Bosch has released this feature as a beta test with the May 3.7 software release on Bosch ADS 325 and 625 platforms initially.
Product Bosch ADS Scan Tool Update Unlocks FCA Vehicles

Bosch Automotive Service Solutions has released software version 3.7 for the ADS 325 and ADS 625 diagnostic scan tools.

Monro plans to consolidate its nine retail brands into five "regional power brands." The company hasn't yet disclosed which brands would be eliminated.
News Monro Will Consolidate Retail Brands

As Monro Inc. continues to refresh the look of its 1,000-plus stores, the company also plans to streamline its retail operations and focus on five “regional power brands,” rather than the nine different nameplates it operates currently.  

Be the First to Know

Get the latest news and most popular articles from MTD delivered straight to your inbox. Stay on top of the tire industry and don't miss a thing!