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Why Purchase Genuine OEM parts?

Automotive dealers have the parts you need now in stock, ready for local pick up or nationwide shipment. You prefer Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts because:
• OEM parts have been designed and tested for quality and performance
• Higher vehicle resale value is maintained by servicing your car with OEM parts
• Genuine OEM parts are designed by the vehicle manufacturer meaning these are the same parts that were on your car when it shipped from the factory
• OEM parts typically fit better so you do not take additional time to make adjustments during the repair
• The warranty on many OEM parts is often better than the warranty on competitive parts
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• Use search engines to find stocking automotive dealers on EasyParts.com
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• SEARCH to find the closest dealer with in-stock part availability
• Click to ORDER your part online or request more information from the stocking dealer

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Popular Mechanics – Car and Driver Channel
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Saturday Mechanic YouTube show features step by step instructions for common auto repairs such as replacing headlight bulbs or rear rotors and calipers
About.com Auto Repair
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DIY auto repair including troubleshooting, tools and terminology
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http://www.2carpros.com/
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