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Developing exceptional quality that meets or exceeds OE design specifications and ISO standards. Constantly looking for ways to enhance the design and performance of all of our fuel delivery products.
Airtex Fuel Delivery System’s coverage of Chrysler products dates all the way back to 1942 vehicles like the Royal, Windsor, and Town and Country. In January of 1942, Chrysler was producing some of the last civilian vehicles before World War II. In February of that year, all of the major automobile makers had their production lines shut down and Chrysler turned its full attention to production of Sherman tanks for the war effort. After the war, Chrysler entered a period of tremendous growth as demand for cars and trucks increased.
It’s well known that Airtex offers unmatched support to counterpersons and DIYers when it comes to technical information and resources to install fuel pumps as well as diagnose and trouble shoot issues. Airtex also offers unmatched support to our industry partners by leading the industry in category management.
Airtex is known for our high-quality fuel pumps. We have been in the fuel pump manufacturing business for more than 75 years. From our home in Fairfield, Illinois, we bring you the best in replacement fuel pumps and other parts for your fuel system. Whether you need a standard fuel pump to keep your daily driver on the road, or you are looking for something to increase your car's performance at the track, we have what you need. Airtex is more than just replacement parts for your car or light truck.
If you learn a couple of simple diagnostic tricks, you may be able to save yourself some money – especially if you are mechanically inclined and can replace most parts on your vehicle yourself. The first part of diagnosing a problem is to determine whether the problem is in the fuel delivery system, the ignition system, or is another mechanical failure.
Airtex is proud to be partnering again this year with the Missouri S&T Formula SAE Racing team. The Formula Society of Automotive Engineers, or Formula SAE, is a collegiate design competition that challenges engineering students from around the world to design and build a small Formula-style racecar. Airtex partners with the Missouri S&T team by donating fuel pumps and fuel strainers for their prototype racecar.