Hytec Automotive Launches New Electrical Component Line

Hytec Automotive Launches New Electrical Component Line

The Hytec Automotive Group has announced the launch of a new line of electrical component parts for the automotive aftermarket. According to Hytec, the new Electrical Shield Technologies (EST) product line includes TS-16949-certified fuel pumps and ignition coils, joining an extensive line of TS-16949-certified aftermarket products from Hytec, including heavy-duty batteries, water pumps, shock absorbers, hub bearings, fan belts and fan clutches.

The Hytec Automotive Group has announced the launch of a new line of electrical component parts for the automotive aftermarket. According to Hytec, the new Electrical Shield Technologies (EST) product line includes TS-16949-certified fuel pumps and ignition coils, joining an extensive line of TS-16949-certified aftermarket products from Hytec, including heavy-duty batteries, water pumps, shock absorbers, hub bearings, fan belts and fan clutches. Electrical Shield Technologies parts are used in aftermarket applications as power sources for all makes and models of automobiles.

According to Hytec, the Electrical Shield Technology line of fuel pumps is designed for outstanding fuel delivery, easy installation and proper fit are compatible with all fuels and additives. The pumps, manufactured with solid-state, worry-free electronics, also eliminate vapor lock and flooding, according to the company. EST pumps work well for fuel transfer and make a great stand-alone or booster pump, Hytec says. These self-priming pumps work with a quality engineered two-wire design and on a 12-volt negative ground systems only.

EST ignition coils feature advanced engineering technology, high-quality steel cores with optimized winding, resistance and turns ratios to deliver 10 to 15 percent more energy than OEM coils, according to Hytec. They are designed as a direct OEM replacement part. Specialized high-temperature epoxy resists shock and vibration, while increasing thermal conductivity. These are direct plug replacements for OEM coils. They feature bodies and/or secondary towers and feature brass secondary contacts (except direct fire coil on plug applications).

“We are very proud to introduce this new line of electronic automotive aftermarket parts,” said Hytec Automotive COO Gilberto Lopez. "I am excited to witness our steady growth and expansion of what once was just a water pump manufacturing-oriented business to a now multi-level manufacturing and distribution business. The addition of both fuel pumps and ignition coils to our current product line will augment the high-quality, cost-effective electrical product alternatives Hytec offers for both the retail aftermarket sector as well as service installers throughout North America.”

Visit Hytec Automotive at AAPEX 2013 in Las Vegas in booth No. 4479 on the Upper Level.

 

You May Also Like

Bosch Releases 87 New Part Numbers in June

Bosch’s new part numbers cover 318 million vehicles in operation across North America.

Robert Bosch, LLC announced it has added 87 automotive aftermarket parts to its portfolio in June 2024, covering nearly 318 million vehicles in operation across North America. The new part numbers – which cover Domestic, European and Asian passenger and commercial vehicles – include 22 wiper part numbers, 35 rotating machines, 20 sensors, six spark plugs and more, according to the company.

Ride Height Sensors

If one of these sensors is replaced, it must be calibrated after it is installed.

Ball Joint Wear

As the wear increases, play increases inside the joint. 

Curing Shock, Strut and Suspension Noise

As vehicles age, eliminating noise is Job 1. But ‘noise’ may mean different things to you and your customers.

Pricing Alignments

Why ordering off the menu can hurt your shop and customers.

Other Posts
Schaeffler Recognized as a GM 2023 Top Global Supplier

This is the fourth time Schaeffler has been honored with this award.

Schaeffler, ATSG Partner to Support Technical Education

Schaeffler will provide ATSG members with ongoing education and technical resources.

Driveshaft, Axle and Drivetrain Noise FAQs

Follow along to learn more about these unwanted noises.

Driveshaft Diagnostics

The big challenge with late-model vehicles is the diversity of driveshafts.