Airtex Launches New Online Technical Resources for Fuel System Repair -

Airtex Launches New Online Technical Resources for Fuel System Repair

Airtex Fuel Pumps has announced the launch of its new free Fuel Delivery Systems Information (FDSI) online resource. Vehicle and application-specific information available online includes: fuel pressure specifications, labor times, technical service bulletins and wiring and component locations.

Airtex Fuel Pumps has announced the launch of its new free Fuel Delivery Systems Information (FDSI) online resource. Vehicle and application-specific information available online includes: fuel pressure specifications, labor times, technical service bulletins and wiring and component locations.

The Airtex FDSI site enables quick lookup of critical information required for successful fuel pump repair and replacement. Designed to meet the needs of professional technicians as well as DIY repairers, the online resource is a one-stop shop for fuel system diagnostic and repair specifications.

“Airtex is committed to providing the right information to enable proper diagnosis and repair of fuel delivery system problems,” says Ray Swetman, Airtex vice president of sales and marketing. “Our new online Fuel Delivery Systems Information site makes easy-to-find, vehicle-specific repair information available for all Airtex fuel pump customers.”

The new FDSI site can be accessed via the www.airtexproducts.com home page or by clicking on the “technical resources” or “catalog” links.

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