In all, WVE announced 2 new emissions products, 1 fuel injection product, 153 new sensors and 47 new switches.
WVE announced 11 new ignition components, 26 new emissions products, 63 new sensors and 21 new switches.
Wells Vehicle Electronics has incorporated GoTech’s entire team of ASE-certified professional technicians to answer questions and help customers.
This expansion allows Wells to best serve the unique needs of the automotive aftermarket.
The award-winning automotive diagnostic videos created by Wells Vehicle Electronics have exceeded 3 million views on YouTube and are now being watched at a rate of more than 160,000 times per month.
The Technical Services team at Wells Vehicle Electronics has introduced a free diagnostic training video that the company says can help automotive repair professionals save hours in identifying and troubleshooting intermittent, “no code” cylinder misfires on Ford vehicles through the use of Mode 6 diagnostics.
The Wells Vehicle Electronics brand’s growing library of free online technician training videos recently exceeded one million views by professional technicians and other customers who use the YouTube.com social media network.
A challenging no-crank/no-start condition on a 1996 4.0L Jeep Cherokee is the latest diagnostic case study featured in the popular, free “Wells Tech” video training series from Wells Vehicle Electronics.
Nearly the entire library of vehicle drivability diagnostic training videos from Wells Vehicle Electronics is now available in both Spanish and English language versions to serve the needs of automotive technicians, parts professionals and do-it-yourselfers.