OE Supplier

OE Supplier and Automotive Aftermarket

Airtex serves the OEMs and the automotive aftermarket with product offerings for a full range of vehicle, truck, fleet, and specialty components. Airtex designs and manufactures fuel delivery systems with the precision, technical know-how and 80 years of expertise that meets and exceeds Original Equipment design specifications. Certified ISO TS16949, Airtex incorporates the latest technological innovations, adhering to OE design philosophy while continuously improving design for better performance.

There’s a reason why Airtex products have been around for over 80 years. Our products and our service never let you down. Airtex delivers exceptional quality that improves upon design and performance of aftermarket replacements. Airtex provides unsurpassed coverage for a full range of domestic and import vehicles, covering more than 242,000,000 vehicles in operation today. Plus, Airtex delivers unmatched support with downloads, videos, and informational resources for technicians and DIYers.

It’s this commitment to quality, coverage and unmatched support that keeps Airtex at the top our industry.

Airtex News & Events

01.16.2015
Where Does It All Start?

It all starts with Airtex’s commitment to exceptional quality.  All of our products are designed to meet or exceed OE specifications. We improve upon OE design and, thereby, enhance performance and durability of the fuel delivery system components we build. Our engineers work tirelessly to identify improvements in order to enhance our products.

01.16.2015
Covering Ford Vehicles Through The Years

Henry Ford’s vision changed the world and the way of life for many people. He wanted to make owning a car both practical and affordable. The moving assembly line and mass production techniques Ford developed set the standard worldwide.

01.16.2015
Simple Diagnostic Tricks

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.

01.16.2015
Proud Racing Partners

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.

11.14.2014
Great Product Deserves A Great Package

Every great product deserves a great package. And here, at Airtex Fuel Delivery Systems, we believe packaging is every bit as important as the product itself.

Our protective packaging ensures the exceptional quality of the product remains constant from the time it is put through its rigorous testing and put in the box to the time it is pulled off the shelf and out of the box.

Blog

01.26.2015
Pneumatic Tools: Not Just for Pit Crews, Part 2

Now that you've decided to switch your garage to pneumatics, how do you actually make the conversion? In Part 1, we explored why pneumatic tools are a great choice for working on vehicle fuel pumps and general household repairs. We also learned about compressors, the heart of any pneumatic system. Now, let's continue the process.

01.24.2015
Pneumatic Tools: Not Just for Pit Crews, Part 1

When faced with a choice of electric wrenches, a tire iron, or an air gun, what do NASCAR® pit crews use? The fast, nifty air tools with cool sound effects, of course! But pneumatic tools aren't just for pros and race teams–they're an excellent investment for any do-it-yourselfer or car hobbyist, whether you're working on your fuel delivery system or just changing a tire. In Part 1 of this two-part series, we'll look at why you should use air tools and how to begin making the switch.

12.30.2014
EGR Valves: Making Cars Greener for Decades

It turns out that electric vehicles aren't the only "green" cars on the road. Ordinary gas-fueled engines, whether three months old or 30 years old, use an EGR valve to prevent the formation of toxic nitrogen oxide compounds (NOX) that pollute the atmosphere. This simple valve works magnificently while lowering your engine's octane requirements, which reduces the risk of detonation, or spark knock. Let's look at the basics of EGR valve operation.

12.23.2014
How to Boost Your Engine's Power without Breaking the Laws of Physics: Part 2

If you're looking for ways to squeeze more power out of your car's engine without getting into things like supercharging or breaking the laws of physics, here are a few hints to get you started! Check out Part 1 of this series for more ideas.

12.19.2014
How to Boost Your Engine's Power without Breaking the Laws of Physics: Part 1

What's the best way to boost your standard engine's performance without getting into supercharging or other major modifications? Miracle products like special lubricants and fancy spark plugs offer lofty promises, but anything that breaks the laws of physics isn't going to work. Instead, in Part 1 of this series, try these quick methods for putting physics to work for you for enhanced power while preserving the engine's health.