Dorman's February New Product Announcement Features More Than 450 Parts

Dorman’s February New Product Announcement Features More Than 450 Parts

Dorman Products has released its February New Product Announcement, featuring 456 new parts, 64 of which are exclusive formerly "Dealer Only" parts.

Dorman Products has released its February New Product Announcement, featuring 456 new parts, 64 of which are exclusive formerly "Dealer Only" parts.

Highlights of the new product announcement include:

• A Dorman-engineered driveshaft assembly for 4WD Honda CR-Vs from 2001-97, which is redesigned to allow for repair with common U Joints. (P/N 936-003);
• A tail lamp circuit board for popular Grand Cherokees from 2004-02 (P/N 923-036);
• A new steering shaft for Toyota Avalons 1999-95 and Cary ESs 1996-92 (P/N 425-455);
• A Dorman-engineered power seat module for GM Trucks and SUVs from 2006-03. This redesigned module includes higher tolerance components that reduce shock sensitivity in addition to improved vehicle communication software that eliminates potential power seat position loss. (P/N 590-002);
• A transmission mount bushing for Ford 500, Freestyle, Taurus, Mercury and Montego from 2007-05 that enables technicians to save time and money by replacing just the failed bushing, not the entire transmission mount. (P/N 917-037); and
• Shackle kits, body mount kits, climate control modules, coolant reservoirs, intake manifolds and more.

For additional information on Dorman’s latest product introductions, visit www.DormanProducts.com, call 800-523-2492, or sign up for new product alerts from Dorman’s Be-The-First-To-Know Program at: www.DormanProducts.com/Signup.

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