Chevy turns on Buehler water pumps

Oct. 23, 2008
Buehler Motor (www.buehlermotor.com) said it has contracts with General Motors (www.gm.com) to provide customized auxiliary water pumps for the Chevrolet Volt Extended-Range Electric Vehicle and some GM hybrid vehicles.

Buehler Motor said it has contracts with General Motors to provide customized auxiliary water pumps for the Chevrolet Volt Extended-Range Electric Vehicle and some GM hybrid vehicles. Production of the Volt is expected to begin in late 2010.

Buehler will provide custom 12 W and 50 W auxiliary water pumps for the Volt and GM hybrid vehicles. It said it has worked with GM since mid-2007 to customize the water pump technology necessary to circulate coolant through the Volt's subsystems.

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