Emission Control System
Keeping Vehicles & the Planet Clean
Operating a gas-powered vehicle can create harmful emissions, such as nitrogen oxides (NOx) and carbon monoxides (CO). The goal of a vehicle’s emission system is to reduce the number of harmful gas emissions entering the earth’s atmosphere.
How Does a Vehicle’s Emission System Work?
The emission system is responsible for everything from recycling exhaust gas back into the engine to cooling combustion chamber temperatures to capturing and filtering fuel vapors. Each individual part within the emissions system plays its own vital role in ensuring the vehicle is running at peak efficiency, producing as few pollutants as possible and contributing to a healthier atmosphere.
Wells Vehicle Electronics offers an extensive line of emissions system electrical parts to service both foreign and domestic vehicles. We manufacture and rigorously test our products to meet or exceed OE fit, form and function, allowing seasoned technicians and do-it-yourselfers alike to be confident when installing a replacement part.
EGR & Related Components
The EGR system and its components, including valves and temperature sensors, recirculates exhaust gas in the engine to reduce emissions and pollutants.
Emission Control Sensors
Emission Control Sensors are responsible for monitoring temperature, pressure, leaks and more throughout the emissions control system.
Crankcase Ventilation Systems
The Crankcase Ventilation System, including PCV valves, extracts potentially harmful gases from an engine’s crankcase and filters it with fresh air to the combustion chamber.
The Evaporative System uses a special canister to capture vapors from the fuel tank and prevent them from entering earth’s atmosphere.
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