As an industry leader, Walker Products has evolved into a premier supplier of fuel delivery components, emission control products, engine sensors, ignition wire sets, ignition coils and coil-on-plug boots.
Walker Products, an ISO 9001/ IATF16949 certified company, specializes in the manufacturing and distribution of Fuel System Components and Automotive Engine Management products. Walker is committed to meeting and exceeding OEM standards and specifications. This effort is backed by Walker’s own manufacturing, product management and engineering expertise.
At Walker Products we continuously strive to meet the needs of the automotive community by designing and manufacturing new products based on customer feedback and industry requirements.
New Product Announcement-May 2021 (Spanish)
New Product Announcement-April 2021
New Product Announcement-April 2021 (Spanish)
New Product Announcement-March 2021
New Product Announcement-March 2021 (Spanish)
New Product Announcement-January 2021
New Product Announcement-January 2021 (Spanish)
New Product Announcement Mini Stripper Crimper – January 2021
New Product Announcement Mini Stripper Crimper – January 2021 (Spanish)
New Product Announcement-December 2020
New Product Announcement-November 2020
New Product Announcement-October 2020
New Product Announcement-April 2020
Walker New Engine Control Sensors – January 2020
Mass Air Flow Sensors – July 2019
Coil-on-plug Boots and Boot Kits – May 2019
OE Based Oxygen Sensors – January 2019
Aftermarket Oxygen Sensors – January 2019
Heavy Duty EGTS – October 2018
The Automotive Engine Management System is made up of an onboard computer, also called an Engine Control Unit (ECU) or Powertrain Control Module (PCM), and various sensors that control combustion, ignition timing and air and fuel specifications. Optimum functioning of the Engine Management System ensures maximum engine power, lower emissions and less fuel consumption.
The function of the Carburetor is to provide the proper combination of air and fuel to create a highly combustible mixture. It regulates this mixture according to engine speed and load changes.
The oxygen sensor is a device which determines the oxygen content of the exhaust gas. Since the amount of oxygen in the exhaust gas is a very good indicator of combustion efficiency, it is also the best place to monitor the air fuel ratio.
The Heavy Duty Vehicle Engine Management System is made up of an onboard computer, also called an Engine Control Unit (ECU) or Powertrain Control Module (PCM), and various sensors that control combustion, ignition timing and air and fuel specifications. Optimum functioning of the Engine Management System ensures maximum engine power, lower emissions and less fuel consumption.
Othermotive® is Walker Product’s registered trade mark for our line of sensors specifically designed for non-automotive applications such as snowmobiles, boats, small engine, motorcycles & scooters, UTVs, personal watercraft, commercial lawn, and farm & industrial equipment components.