Torque Converters (23)
Manufacturers supplying automotive drivetrain/transmission system torque converters and related components.
AISIN U.S.A. Manufacturing, Inc. in Seymour, Indiana.
Develops and manufactures automotive components and systems such as door frames, roofs, latching systems, brakes, engines, seating, trim molding, etc.
Alabama Cullman Yutaka Technologies, LLC in Cullman, Alabama.
Produces torque converters, exhaust systems, and catalytic converters.
Allison Transmission, Inc. in Indianapolis, Indiana.
A designer and manufacturer of commercial-duty automatic transmissions, hybrid propulsion systems, and related parts and services for on-highway trucks and buses, off-highway equipment and military vehicles.
American Axle & Manufacturing, Inc. in Detroit, Michigan.
Products include driveline systems, chassis systems, and forged products including rear axles, independent front axles, independent reaProducts include driveline systems, chassis systems, and metal-formed products including rear axles, independent front axles, independent rear-drive systems, propeller shafts, steering linkages, anti-roll systems, TracRite differentials, forged products, and steering & suspension components, and steering & suspension components.
BorgWarner Automotive, Inc. in Pendleton, Indiana.
Designs, manufactures, remanufactures and distributes electrical, powertrain/drivetrain and related components for automobiles and light trucks, medium- and heavy-duty trucks and other applications. Products include starter motors, alternators, hybrid drive systems, engines, transmissions, torque converters, fuel systems and traction control systems.
Cardington Yutaka Technologies, Inc. in Cardington, Ohio.
An automotive parts supplier. Primary parts produced include torque converters, catalytic converters, and exhaust systems.
Clark Testing Services, LLC in Buchanan, Michigan.
A product testing laboratory located in southwest lower Michigan. Areas of expertise include powertrain, hydraulics, structures, field data acquisition & analysis and environmental testing.
Dana Holding Corporation in Maumee, Ohio.
A supplier of axles; driveshafts; vehicle architecture; chassis, steering, and suspension products; sealing, thermal management, fluid transfer, and engine power products; systems assembly, management, and integration services; and related service parts.
Diemolding Corporation in Canastota, New York.
Designs, develops, and manufactures thermoset phenolic components for the automotive industry. Products include pistons, pulleys, thrust washers, and reactors, etc.
Exedy America Corporation in Mascot, Tennessee.
A supplier of manual clutches, clutch discs, clutch covers, flywheels and torque converters to the automotive and other industries.
General Motors Corporation in White Marsh, Maryland.
Produces transmission components, torque converters, etc. as well as electric motors and drive units for electric vehicles.
TransForm Automotive, LLC in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
A manufacturer of precision transmission & engine components such as non-hemmed pistons, forward clutch housing assemblies, rear carriers, support assembly reaction annulus, hub 2nd clutches, front carriers, drum assemblies, hemmed pistons, piston assemblies, hub overrun clutches and hub 3/4 clutches, etc.
ZF North America in Northville, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive transmissions, steering systems, suspension components, and axles. Ball joint & suspension link testing for friction/torque & axial/radial elasticity, wear, fatigue, and sealability, transmission test, axle road simulation, control arm test, elastomer test, etc.