SMP is pleased to announce its 2021 Scholarship Program recipients. A total of $50,000 in scholarship money has been awarded to ten automotive students.
We've got the coverage. And we've got the quality, availability and expert manufacturing.
We asked folks to take a picture with their favorite Standard® or Blue Streak® ignition coil, VVT, ETB, EVAP, Diesel component or cam/crank sensor.
Though the promotion has concluded, you can still view the incredible submissions!
The New Multi-Frequency TPMS Sensor combines 314.9, 315, and 433/434 MHz applications into one single SKU, eliminating a duplication of customer inventory. The Single Sensor program is an addition to Standard’s QWIK-SENSOR® Universal Programmable TPMS Sensors and OE-Match TPMS Sensors and provides coverage for more than 200 million vehicles-in-operation (VIO) in North America.
Designed to help get you the parts you need when you need them, our new Standard® drop ship program is available for the entire turbocharger line – new and remanufactured, diesel and gas.
Blue Streak® VVT components are engineered with design improvements over the original and the competition. They are manufactured for superior performance under real-world conditions. All Blue Streak® components are backed by our Limited Lifetime Warranty.Learn More >
Check out how our sensors protect against over-voltage, under-voltage, reverse-voltage, and short circuits, and maintain accuracy during heavy-duty shock, vibration, and maximum temperature conditions.
With more than 60,000 installs, our revamped SMP® Parts App is updated with new tools that make part lookups even easier, including:
- Keyword Search to help find parts and categories more easily
- History function for quick access to frequently searched items
SMP announces the launch of its SMP Cares website, a new site dedicated to highlighting the company’s efforts supporting local communities through service, volunteerism and donations. This website will serve as a resource for news and upcoming events.
Ahead of the 2019 Women's Leadership Conference in Detroit, we spoke to Women in Auto Care President and Auto Care Association board member, Tammy Tecklenburg.
In this video, which is our most viewed video of March, our master technician shows you how to replace the Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor on a Dodge, Chrysler, Plymouth 2.7L.
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