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However, if all this fails and you are still intent on getting factory original parts for your older vehicle you can always try looking for them online. While it is normal to find most car parts stores and manufactures with a significant online presence, there are many more options online than just those.
Aftermarket parts generally refer to parts which are not branded and are not manufactured by the original equipment manufacturer or OEM. These car parts are also a great way to accessorize your car and make it look stylish. These parts can actually make your old model look like a newer upgraded model. These parts or accessories are manufactured by independent companies since they specialize in this particular field as compared to automobile companies who specialize in preparing the vehicles. A few of the popular car parts include fuel injection systems, superchargers, exhaust systems, or air intake systems. These car parts are used to primarily enhance a vehicles' performance.
When shopping for the part, check your local mechanic or car supply store. Many parts are relatively inexpensive. The true cost comes in when you need to pay for the labor to have the part installed. Used car parts are often available at a low price at these locations.
The next step is to find a repair shop to fix your car. What you will want to do is find a place that will use the car parts you want used in the repair of your car. This is an important step, because some repair shops will use after market parts automatically, but you have to stipulate if you want them to use OEM parts. Unfortunately, it isn't unheard of for shops to use after market parts while still charging you OEM prices, which if you didn't know are more expensive.
Depending on the car, you might find more than your fair share of after market performance parts. In addition you'll probably find plenty options to dress up you car as well. These options tend to be most plentiful in certain import cars as well as several lines of sports cars as well.