Aisin Waterpump for a Honda J Series V6 engne failed before being in the vehicle for 1,000 miles. No part manufacturer is immune to failure.
This was taken off a 2007 Honda Odyssey with a V6 engine. Overheating was intermittent, like a bad radiator. Well the Honda dealership thought it was a blown head gasket. Well they brought it to Bundys Garage and we got him back on the road.
Aisin takes pride in being the number one water pump supplier to Japanese automobile manufactures. Utilizing the experience and knowledge gained throughout the years of co-operation directly with automotive manufacturers, Aisin is able to employ a technological advantage in manufacturing and supplying of the best in quality and the most durable of products. With this momentum, Aisin is increasing the development, manufacturing and supply for European and American automobile manufacturers. Aisin water pumps provide optimal cooling without creating excess load to the engine, and the advanced aluminum die-cast technology allows for size and weight reductions without sacrificing cooling performance. The highest quality materials are used, creating stronger body design and resistance to corrosion. Advanced technological design produces smooth coolant flow channels, efficient rotors, ball bearings, and carbon ceramic mechanical sealing for optimum cooling performance and longevity. Aisin is a leader in the development and production of high-quality original equipment matched components and systems for the automotive industry.
AISIN is the No.1 Original Equipment Manufacturer of Water Pumps in the world. AISIN's advanced aluminum die-casting technology allows for size and weight reductions without sacrificing cooling performance.
•Engine specific water pressure is achieved without excessive load to engine. Improved strength in body design and carbon ceramic.mechanical seals assures leak prevention.
From aircraft engine parts to a comprehensive range of automotive parts and systems, and home appliances. AISIN Seiki's history begins in 1943 with the founding of Tokai Hikoki Co., Ltd., and aircraft parts manufacturer. With changes to the Japanese market following World War II, the company switched from aircraft parts to automotive parts and sewing machines, and the company’s name was changed accordingly in 1945 to Aichi Kogyo Co., Ltd. Subsequnetly, the company expanded its business products in the automotive parts and systems, and home appliance fields.
Aiming to further strengthen its business structure and give increased impetus to its activities, the company merged with Shinkawa Kogyo Co., Ltd., in 1965 to form a new company: AISIN Seiki Co., Ltd. By adding clutch and body related products to its armory of drivetrain, chassis and brake products, AISIN Seiki became on of Japan’s leading manufacturers of a complete range of automotive parts.
In 1970 AISIN Seiki entered the United States and AISIN U.S.A., Inc. was established.
Aisin constructed a factory in the United States of America in 1986, with production beginning in 1989. This factory, in Seymour, Indiana has since been expanded and supplies components for Honda, General Motors, Mitsubishi Motors, Nissan and Toyota. The company also operates in Marion, Illinois.
The new proving ground, Aisin’s first in North America, and third worldwide, is research and development based supporting test surfaces of various lengths and lane widths used to develop and evaluate a variety of Aisin products and applications, such as transmissions, brakes, drivetrains, and chassis and body systems and components.
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