Standard Motor Products Releases 100+ New Part Numbers

Standard Motor Products Releases 100+ New Part Numbers

New coverage introduced in 56 product categories, and 29 part numbers for 2022 and 2023 model-year vehicles.

Standard Motor Products (SMP) has introduced 110 new part numbers in its March new number announcement. Included in the release is new coverage for 56 product categories, and 29 part numbers for 2022 and 2023 model-year vehicles.

Standard continues its strategic expansion of collision repair and ADAS programs. Active grille shutter actuators are now available for the 2022-21 Ford F-150. New park assist cameras offer additional coverage for 2.9 million vehicles, including the 2022-21 Ford Bronco Sport, while park assist sensors are now available for the 2022-21 Jeep Grand Cherokee.

SMP is continuing to increase coverage for hybrid vehicles across multiple categories. A vacuum pump for Lexus Hybrids is now available, as is an ambient light sensor for Lexus and Toyota Hybrids. Temperature control products for popular hybrid vehicles are also available, including a cooling fan assembly for the 2022-17 Nissan Rogue Hybrid and hose assemblies for the 2022-17 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid.

This latest announcement also sees expansion in several key powertrain-neutral categories. Power window switches are available for 1.2 million vehicles including the 2022-18 Ford Ranger. Another 2 million vehicles will be covered with the latest release of power door lock actuators. Other new powertrain-neutral releases include ABS speed sensors, TPMS sensors, neutral safety switches and vehicle speed sensors. 

Jack Ramsey, senior vice president of sales and marketing, SMP, stated, “We are pleased to release these new numbers to our trusted distribution partners. This release covers import and domestic vehicles with ICE and hybrid powertrains, and also includes many aftermarket exclusive parts, helping our distribution partners to capture additional business.”

Standard is also adding to its line of new oil filter housing assemblies. The latest application fits 2022-19 Chrysler, Dodge, RAM and Jeep vehicles. Standard oil filter housings come preassembled from the factory and include a new oil cooler, oil temperature sensor, oil pressure sensor, gaskets and new mounting hardware.

Four Seasons, SMP’s Temperature Control Division, has added 40 new part numbers to its product line, with 26 hose assemblies adding coverage for 3.8 million import and domestic vehicles. New compressors have been added for popular vehicles like the 2022-20 Ford F-250 and 2022-21 Ford F-150. Four Seasons has also introduced cooling fan assemblies, blower motors, and heater cores.

All new applications are listed in the catalogs found at StandardBrand.com and 4S.com, and in electronic catalog providers.

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