Valeo expands engine management range

Valeo expands engine management range

Valeo Service has expanded its engine management systems range to feature more ignition based products.

Valeo says ignition components are becoming more complex and are often integrated within the ECU as manufacturers respond to the need to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. Responding to growing aftermarket demand the Valeo engine management systems range now comprises ignition coils, injectors, EGR valves, air intake throttles, fuel pumps and sensors.

Valeo offers a comprehensive range of coils and modules in numerous designs and technologies covering more than 80 percent vehicle parc in Europe. In the last year Valeo has increased its coil range by 110 parts which cover many German and Asian applications such as BMW, Mercedes, Nissan and Toyota. The range includes pencil, rail, bloc and top plug and most of the second-generation applications all meeting OE fitting requirements.

Other recent Valeo additions include 12 new sensors, covering Audi A1, A2, A3, Ford Fiesta and Volkswagen Polo applications.


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