How Purchaser Used Auto Parts From A Junkyard

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Obviously buying used can have a huge cost benefit. Unless you have a rare or high-end luxury or sports car, a salvage yard special will be between $25 and $50. Not bad compared to the cost of a new cooling system from your local dealer.

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For those who live near a car junkyard, this can be a cornucopia of auto parts. However, this can be quite time consuming, especially in large scrap metal prices. You may have to search through hundreds of vehicles before finding the right part. It is also dirty work so wear old clothes. The advantage is the price. You can usually get the part you need at rock bottom prices and many junkyard owners will negotiate. Be sure to check out the part carefully as you can rarely return a non-working car part.

Not everyone was meant to be a car expert. If you are simply unsure about the compatibility of the found parts and your car, then ask a professional about it. This is probably the most important tip to keep in mind. This is why professionals exist; they know everything about the various models and the makes.

Various antique auto parts are available in the market. They include; the ignition parts such as rotors, condensers, rebuilt starters, ignite gears, distributor drive gears, voltage regulators among many others. Spark plugs are also available but only by special order. The headlights, horn, transmission, fog lights, blower, and air conditioning are some of the very old relay items available in the market. They give ones car a very old feel and are available in classic or old style designs.

There is always a risk factor when buying anything used. You don’t want to buy a part only to have it not work properly. It’s important to feel comfortable knowing that there is a clear return/exchange policy and some kind of warranty. Have a firm understanding of the warrantee before making a purchase. You don’t want to get scammed because you didn’t read the fine print. If they don’t even offer a warranty, find a different place that will.

OEM parts are made by the same manufacturer as the genuine part you would receive from your local dealer. In other words, it’s really the same part. The only difference is the logo on the box.

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