Dayton Parts offers new aftermarket products for Freightliner, Mack, Cummins and Hino applications

Dayton Parts offers new aftermarket products for Freightliner, Mack, Cummins and Hino applications

A new DPF differential pressure sensor, engine oil dipsticks and fuel injector wiring harnesses designed to match OEM spec.

Dayton Parts is introducing several new parts, including a DPF differential pressure sensor, fuel injector wiring harnesses along with engine oil dipstick and tube assemblies.

Dayton’s new DPF differential pressure sensor (p/n 904-7001) fits various Hino truck models, including 238, 258, 268, 198, 358 and 195, from model year 2008 to 2020. It’s designed to replace the sensor with the OE number S893901090. The company says the sensor accurately measures pressure inside the DPF to help determine when regeneration cycles are required.

Dayton is highlighting two fuel injector wiring harnesses for vehicles from Freightliner, model year 2009 to 2018, Oshkosh Corporation 2011-2014, Sterling 2009-2010 and Western Star 2010-2018. The two different harnesses (p/n 904-7803 and 904-7804) replace front and rear sensors with OE numbers A4711508233 and A4711508333. The harnesses feature quick connectors and include insulated electrical connectors to prevent corrosion, the company says.

Dayton is also introducing two new engine oil dipsticks and tube assemblies. Part 917-5511 replaces OE parts 25131042, 715GB3135B and 795GB377A on Mack trucks with an E7 engine, manufactured from Aug. 27, 2003. Part 917-5518 replaces OR part 3974288 and is made to fit various trucks with Cummins ISC and ISL engines.

Details on these parts, as well as also a fifth wheel grease packet, replacement interior door handles and hood release cables, can be found in this Dayton flyer.

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