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  • Mon - Sun12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
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  • Mon - Sat8:30 AM - 9:00 PM
  • SunClosed
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  • Mon - Sat7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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  • Mon - Sat7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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FAQ Car Parts For Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM

With regards to car parts close in the Oklahoma City region, Bob Howard Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM is prepared to rapidly take care of your frequently asked questions, our Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, RAM car parts staff are experts with the ability and experience to get the best direction in car parts related with your vehicle’s part.

Where Can I Buy Certified Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM Auto Parts in Oklahoma City, OK?

There are some instances in which you may need or want to buy new auto parts for your vehicle. To help you out, we asked our automotive service and parts gurus a few frequently asked questions. Here’s is what they said.

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Should I Buy OEM Parts?

OEM parts are the “Original Equipment Manufacturer” parts. They are created for unique car models by the automobile manufacturers. These are the exactly-matching parts that your vehicle has. They come with a manufacturer’s warranty. Dealerships use your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) to source the perfect OEM part for your car, truck, or SUV.

  • Quality:

  • These branded manufacturer products provide top performance and quality.

  • Warranty:

  • These automobiles parts always come with a manufacturer limited warranty.

  • Price:

  • These top of the line parts can cost more than comparable aftermarket parts.

  • Availability:

  • Certified Parts Centers typically order certain parts from the manufacturer. This can take a few days if it is not already in stock.

Should I Buy Aftermarket Automotive Parts?

An aftermarket part is any part for a car, truck, or SUV that is not sourced directly from the vehicle’s manufacturer, or OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer). These auto parts may be less-expensive choices for your vehicle’s repair and mechanical upgrade. Online retailers and local, independent shops generally (though not necessarily) offer a wide variety of aftermarket auto parts. These automotive parts are made to function similarly as the OEM versions. However, aftermarket automobile parts have their own pros and cons.

  • Quality:

  • Low price can signal a lack of quality

  • Warranty:

  • These parts are not warrantied

  • Price:

  • These auto parts can be cheaper than manufacturer/OEM parts

  • Availability:

  • These parts are readily available at most independent car-repair shops

Which Automobile Parts Are Most Costly to Service?

While basic car parts range from $150 to $500, some automobile part repairs can actually break your typical budget.

The most costly automotive parts to fix are:

  • Transmissions – $4,000 to $5,000
  • Brake Lines – $1,000
  • Suspension – Up to $3,000
  • Cylinders – Up to $10,000
  • Hybrid batteries – $6,000 and up

When Should You Require OEM Parts?

Always purchase manufacturer parts for collision repairs. non-manufacturer car parts may not fit properly when your vehicle has damaged body panels after the accident. Plus, an aftermarket part installation may void your lease vehicle warranty. As Such, always use manufacturer parts for all lease vehicle repairs.

Which Car Parts Are Covered or Not Covered Under Warranty?

A complete auto warranty necessarily doesn’t cover every single part. Car buyers, however, can typically choose something like an extended warranty, bumper-to-bumper, and factory warranty for the most comprehensive kind of coverage. Even for an extended warranty, all your vehicle’s parts may not have coverage. Here is a list of what’s covered and what’s not.

Powertrain Warranty Coverage:

  • Transmission
  • Gaskets
  • Engine
  • Transfer Case
  • Axles

Covered Under Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty:

  • All major vehicle systems
  • AC and heating
  • Safety features
  • High-tech systems

Covered Under Extended Warranty:

  • Extends coverage of all items under original Factory Warranty

Not Covered Under Warranty

  • Accidental damage
  • Body panel or exterior damage
  • Scheduled maintenance
  • Environmental damage
  • Wear and tear items
  • Interior damage

Is Craigslist an Okay Place to Get Auto Parts?

Craigslist is not an auto retailer; but on this online platform, third-party vendors sell automotive parts. For this reason, the quality cannot be guaranteed. If you are buying car parts from this source, make sure to research, verify, and compare before the purchase.

Is Amazon an Okay Place to Order Car Parts

Certainly, Amazon is a reputed marketplace that provides shoppers with a convenient and easy place to purchase quality auto parts. While most car parts sold by Amazon are from trusted sources, it can be hard for you to know if you’re getting the correct item for your car or truck since you are not dealing directly with an automobile service center.

Can You Get Car or Truck Parts at The Auto Dealership?

Yes, you can always purchase auto parts at the dealership. Most automotive dealers only offer standard manufacturer parts. Most of all, they can use your VIN number to find the correct part for your vehicle.

Can You Bring Your Own Auto Parts to The Car Dealership?

You can always bring your own auto parts to a car dealer. However, the car dealer can neither issue warranty on the purchased part, nor will they be able to guarantee its performance. It is highly recommended to get your vehicle checked by a certified service center at a local auto dealership before purchasing any auto parts for installation. The certified technician will also diagnose the actual problem and suggest the required replacement part, if necessary.

Who Installs Aftermarket Parts?

Bring your aftermarket car or truck part to a local dealership for installation. Before installation, a service technician will check the aftermarket vehicle part to see if it is suitable for your car, truck, or SUV. Even if they install the aftermarket auto part, however, the auto dealership can only warranty the labor.

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13250 North Broadway Extension • Oklahoma City, OK 73114

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