Throttle Position Sensors by Auto 7®. Poor acceleration and idling, difficulty in starting the vehicle, and stalling are common fuel delivery system issues. If you're experiencing these symptoms, Auto 7 has the quality parts to repair your Hyundai, KIA or GM Daewoo fuel delivery system at great prices.
- Original equipment quality parts for Hyundai, KIA and GM Daewoo vehicles without the original equipment price
- All parts made where the vehicles are made, South Korea
- All parts meet ISO/TS 16949, ISO 14000, and QS 9000 standards
- Virtually every part required to repair your vehicle is available
- 60 years of experience
- 12 month/12,000 mile warranty
When you need to repair your Hyundai, KIA, or GM Daewoo fuel delivery system you can go down to the auto parts chain store and hope you get the right part or pay high prices at the dealer. Or you can get original equipment quality parts made specifically for your vehicle, at the best prices, from Auto 7.
All Auto 7 parts are made in South Korea, the home country of the Hyundai, KIA, and GM Daewoo vehicle manufacturers. They’re made in factories that meet tough, worldwide ISO/TS16949 and QS 9000 quality standards and ISO 14000 environmental impact standards. Auto 7 has an extensive selection of fuel delivery system parts including fuel filters, fuel injectors, fuel pumps, fuel tank sending units, fuel tank pressure sensors, and a lot more specifically designed for your vehicle. You can be assured that when you install a new Auto 7 replacement part, you’re installing a product that is equal to the quality of the part you’re replacing. Auto 7 is so confident in the quality of its parts that each comes with a 12-months, 12,000 miles warranty.
Auto 7®, based in Miramar, Florida, is part of an international company and has been in business for more than six decades. The manufacturer provides a comprehensive array of Korean-made, OEM quality automotive parts for Korean vehicles like Kia, Hyundai, and GM-Daewoo. All parts are ISO-14000, QS-9000, or ISO/TS-16949 certified, and many of them are not typically available in the traditional aftermarket supply chain.