DELCO

AcronymDefinition
DELCODayton Engineering Laboratory Company
DELCODelaware County (Pennsylvania)
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I'll have Fletcher put down hard oak flooring; and I guess it won't make much more of a mess if we go ahead and connect up the house with the rest of the Delco system.
Frequent visitors to the Delco Remy site will still find Spec-it-Right, Delco Remy Connect, and all the technical support and information they are accustomed to seeing," continued Avery.
We are very pleased to have brought in Levin as manager for Delco Plaza," Rush stated.
During his tenure with GM Delco Remy, Wylam served as the company's program manager and was involved with the launch of the drive and electronics components for the GM EV1 electric car.
And that kind of attention to details is what has me so excited about this AC Delco team.
The Delco self-starter, coupled with the battery ignition systems then being introduced, revolutionized the industry.
Created by GM as the Delco Radio Division in 1936, Kokomo, IN-based Delco makes a million-integrated circuits a day and builds them into everything from radios and antitheft systems to airbag computers and engine controllers.
In order to detect and, more importantly, inform the driver of other vehicles traveling in the blind spot, Delco Electronics Corporation has introduced the Forewarn Side Detection System (SDS).
IC Bus, a leading manufacturer of school buses, selected the Delco Remy 28SI(TM) (200 amp) as the standard alternator.
The closest Smith has come to winning a tournament was actually before he turned pro, when he finished second to Norm Duke at the AC Delco Classic as an amateur in 1994.
That's the standard response when residents of Indiana think of Delco Electronics Corp.
has launched a new and improved online product cross-reference system that includes part numbers for all Delco Remy heavy-duty starter and alternator models ever produced.