Motorservice has introduced three new electric water pumps suitable for all Tesla models onto the aftermarket. The pumps have enormous sales potential due to their high degree of compatibility. With these new product additions, Motorservice is significantly expanding its portfolio of spare parts for battery-electric vehicles.
Under the Pierburg brand, the three new coolant pumps are designed to be capable of replacing all current coolant pumps in Tesla vehicles: A total of 14 different pumps are currently used in the 3, S, X and Y models. Up to five electric coolant pumps are installed in earlier Tesla vehicles, depending on the model and equipment. They are responsible, in separate cooling circuits, for cooling the electric motors and components such as battery and power electronics. The two Pierburg articles 7.07223.08.0 and 7.07223.09.0 replace them.
Tesla's more recent vehicles each use two pumps in one distribution tank ("Super Manifold"), which, in combination with a complex coolant control valve ("Octovalve"), forms a fully fledged heat pump. Both electric coolant pumps can be replaced with the Pierburg pump 7.07224.01.0. All in all, the three pumps from Pierburg offer a replacement solution for around 11.5 million pumps currently installed in approx. 4.5 million Teslas globally.
The high degree of compatibility is possible thanks to the all-purpose brackets included with the pumps. The brackets have several recesses with a clear marking denoting the direction of installation. By combining the bulge on the pump with the appropriate recess on the bracket, all installation procedures can be easily completed. Mounting instructions with detailed installation information are included with all three pumps.
These pumps are available from Pierburg stockists.