New Version of Heavy Duty CEEK® Program Available at

Dec 12, 2005

ANN ARBOR, Michigan, December 9, 2005 — In order to better meet the heavy- duty needs of its fleet, agricultural, construction, industrial and marine customers, Clevite Engine Parts posted an updated version of its Heavy Duty CEEK® (Clevite Electronic Engine Kits) program, which can be found at

Once on the site, users will find the most comprehensive heavy duty engine kit look-up available online. Clevite offers easy look-up criteria to identify the kit customers need from its extensive and continuously growing line of in-frame and overhaul kits. Customers can search by manufacturer (OEM), engine/model, interchange number or Clevite kit number.

When searching by manufacturer, simply select the OEM manufacturer of choice. Clevite offers a wide variety of engine kits for the following manufacturers:

Case / IH (Formerly Case)
Case / IH Formerly IHC Tractor
Detroit Diesel
Ford Tractor
John Deere
White Farm/Oliver/Minneapolis-Moline

Overall enhancements to the include:

· New updated look
· New search fields by general application
· New search field for OE part numbers
· Direct lookup for the contents of all kits

Clevite also offers a short tutorial to help customers become more familiar with its engine kit numbering system.

The Heavy Duty CEEK® program offers customers access to more than 1,400 different engine kit numbers for the Fleet, Agricultural and Industrial Markets. The system works best with a High-speed Internet connection, but it is not mandatory.

Clevite Engine Parts is a part of Dana Corporation (NYSE: DCN) and provides a wide scope of under-the-hood products for the global replacement parts market, including Clevite® engine parts, Clevite 77® engine bearings, Victor Reinz® gaskets and Perfect Circle® piston rings. In addition, Clevite, Clevite 77, Victor Reinz and Perfect Circle are exclusive NASCAR® Performance Products. Clevite’s Internet address is

Dana people design and manufacture products for every major vehicle producer in the world. Dana is focused on being an essential partner to automotive, commercial, and off-highway vehicle customers, which collectively produce more than 60 million vehicles every year. A leading supplier of axle, driveshaft, engine, frame, chassis, and transmission technologies, Dana employs 46,000 people in 28 countries. The company is based in Toledo, Ohio, and reported sales of $9.1 billion in 2004. Dana’s Internet address is: