BWD Automotive Announces Availability of Wire & Cable Illustrated Parts Guide

BWD Automotive Announces Availability of Wire & Cable Illustrated Parts Guide

BWD Automotive announces the availability of its latest Wire & Cable Illustrated Parts Guide. More than 800 items are included in the catalog for the first time.

BWD Automotive announces the availability of its latest Wire & Cable Illustrated Parts Guide. More than 800 items are included in the catalog for the first time.

Among the parts are the following new or expanded categories:
• Coil-on-plug boots – an increasingly important product category for many late-model vehicles with direct ignition;
• Expanded product categories include primary wire, heat shrink tubing, bulk cable and a greater variety of terminals and connectors;
• More than 100 new battery cables, including new center lug and multiple auxiliary lead custom designs, are listed by length and configuration; and
• Crimp, solder and heat shrink terminals, designed for the wiring expert.

Several new features have been added to the catalog to enhance its usefulness:
• Features and benefits of the BWD premium wire sets;
• Greater detail in the table of contents makes the catalog more user friendly;
• More detailed features and benefits sections assist in guiding the customer to the right parts for the job; and
• More dimensional information pinpoints the size or specification of the part to assist in product selection.

For more information, contact your BWD Automotive territory sales manager or visit www.bwdautomotive.com.

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