Standard

Standard® is the leader in the automotive aftermarket. Backed by more than 95 years of experience, They design, engineer, manufacture and distribute over 40,000 of the highest quality engine management products in some of the most advanced technology categories. Their ignition and fuel-system components, sensors, switches, computerized engine controls, and all of There other advanced engine systems parts all have one thing in common –They won’t let them leave From their facilities until they meet strict quality standards. Visit Standardbrand.com for more details.

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Blower Motor Resistor

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Brake Light Switch

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Contact Set

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Contact Set And Condenser Kit

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Coolant Temperature Sending Switch

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Coolant Temperature Sensor

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Crank Position Sensor

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Distributor Cap

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Distributor Rotor

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Door Lock Cylinder Set

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EGR Valve

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Fuel Pump Relay

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EGR Valve by Standard

EGR Valve by Standard

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* To reduce or eliminate the amount of smog-creating pollutants emitted during the combustion process, the EGR valve recirculates a portion of the exhaust back through the process. This results in cooler combustion temperatures, which eliminates the formation of NOx emissions that contribute to air pollution.
* Every Standard® and Intermotor® EGR Valve is calibrated for precision performance. To ensure trouble-free operation, all Standard® and Intermotor® EGR Valves must pass comprehensive quality testing, including computer-controlled bench testing for resistance, leakage, and response and flow rates.

Crank Position Sensor by Standard

Crank Position Sensor by Standard

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* Located in the timing cover, or on side of the block with a cylindrical portion inserted in the block, crank sensors (a.k.a. crankshaft position sensors or crankshaft sensors) set ignition timing, supply the RPM signal, and determine engine speed. Crank sensors can fail due to excessive heat, faulty wiring harnesses, and sensor movement.
* To ensure durability under extreme conditions, we subject each of our crank sensors to extensive end-of-line testing, including a 48- to 64-hour-long vibration test across three different planes. For a closer look at our crank sensors, including their premium components

Blower Motor Resistors by Standard

Blower Motor Resistors by Standard

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On most full-size GM trucks and SUVs from 2001–2007, the blower motor resistor has two common failure modes: water damage and excess heat. The GM vehicles are unable to manage condensation. If the duct is clogged, condensation will collect, creating a pool of water that can seep into, and flood the blower motor resistor module. Worn OE blower motors can create a demand for current that also damages the module. The excess current melts the wiring and plastic shroud, damaging the interface pins on the controller’s circuit board. Standard’s RU631 Blower Motor Resistor features several improvements over the OE, including an umbrella cover design that prevents water intrusion and a larger-output power device and upgraded two-ounce copper board that protects against overheating.

Ignition Coils by Standard

Ignition Coils by Standard

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As the aftermarket leaders in ignition coils, Standard and Intermotor offer full line coverage for all makes and models, with the trusted quality and performance that only comes with more than 97 years of experience. This product category will be at the forefront for years to come, and Standard and Intermotor are leading the way with an expansive selection of quality ignition components, including cassette coils, coil-near-plugs, coil packs, and coil-on-plugs.

Ignition Coil-on-Plug (COP)

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The ignition coil converts a low voltage current to high voltage energy that is delivered to the spark plug to ignite the air/fuel mixture within the cylinder. A coil-on-plug is designed to perform the functions of both the ignition coil which creates the spark energy, and the spark plug wire set that is designed to contain and deliver the high voltage energy to the spark plug. Standard and Intermotor Coil-on-Plug assemblies are engineered and tested to meet or exceed OE standards for spark energy, impedance, and durability.
A coil-on-plug is designed to perform the functions of the ignition coil (creating the spark energy) and the spark plug wire set (containing and delivering the high voltage energy to the spark plug). To ensure proper function, Standard and IntermotorCoil-on-Plug Assemblies feature premium-quality components.

Coil-on-Plug Testing

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We performed an extensive engineering analysis of OE DG500 and DG508 to Standard. The engineers measured winding resistance, inductance and output voltage, spark, energy, waveform peak voltage and ringing, as well as a complete physical and sectioned comparison to OE.
The Findings
Standard Ignition Coils look, fit and perform like the original they replace with 100% end of the line production testing. The Standardcoils also provide an improved secondary winding design (additional winding bays) that helps prevent internal arcing and high-voltage breakdown.
* The Standard coils tested 3.7% higher than OE in output voltage.
* The Standard coils were equal to OE in spark energy.
* In waveform testing, Standard coils’ peak output voltage was about 1000 volts higher than OE.
* The Standard coils had a longer spark duration than the OE, resulting in more energy supplied to the spark plugs.
* The Standard coils match or exceed the OE coils in all categories and are an excellent replacement exceeding the OE performance.

Pencil Coils

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As engine technology evolves, coil-on-plug technology will continue to play an increasingly important part of ignition systems. One such technology is the pencil coil. Standard and Intermotor are leading the way with quality parts and exceptional coverage for this growing category. Take our UF242 Ignition Coil
Water Intrusion and Premature Coil Failure
UF303 - Coils and Water Don’t Mix!
On some GM models (4.2 inline 6 cyl. LL8 VIN code S – PRO LL8), water intrusion will cause premature failure of the coil and spark plugs— it’s not a coil problem!
Signs of Premature Failure
If a customer complains of a rough idle and/or the MIL/SES light flashes on after a rain shower or car wash, this may indicate water intrusion. Check for possible DTC codes P0300 through P0306 and inspect the coils and spark plugs. If upon inspection of the coils, a white chalk-like build-up on the inside and/or outside of the spark plug boots is detected, the coils have been damaged and must be replaced—Standard hi-quality UF303 coils should be installed. It is also advised that the spark plugs be replaced.
The Remedy
Water can seep past the engine cam cover and collect below the coils in the spark plug wells of the cylinder head resulting in a possible misfire. To prevent this condition from reoccurring, the AIP seal must be replaced with a replacement seal that redirects the water away from the engine cam cover.

Coolant Temperature Sensor by Standard

Coolant Temperature Sensor by Standard

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The Coolant Temperature sensor changes resistance with the temperature. The Coolant Temperature sensor is critical to many PCM functions such as fuel injection, ignition timing, variable valve timing, and transmission shifting.