Best 30 Salvage Auto Parts in Denver, CO with Reviews -

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By: danielwilcox1332
Falcon Auto Recycle
I needed a transmission for my 2002 Nissan Pathfinder. The owner, Sean, was very helpful and they have the best prices in town. My mechanic had also said that I needed a new transfer case, but instead of just selling me the part, which they had in stock, Sean and his crew checked out the car and pointed out that I didn't need it after all. Seriously, what a change to get such an honest answer from a guy in a car industry. The next week, I sent my sister to them for a cracked windshield. It's been about 3 months and my car has been running great. Other Car shops, take a lesson from these guys: this is how you build life-long customers.
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By: Shirlee S.
Adopt A Part
I found Eric and Adopt A Part on a prius forum. My college daughter had just gotten a $4500 repair quote on her 2001 Prius from the Toyota dealer. Eric is going to do a diagnostic on it and IF the dealer was correct, the total cost will be $1100. A savings of $3400 to a starving college kid might as well be a million dollars. The trust I could feel through the phone with Eric was extraordinary. Will follow up once the work is done to post more.
By: sirena1891
Stadium Auto Parts
I just wanted to take a minute to say "Thank you" to the people at Stadium Auto Parts! Over the past 15+ years, you have continuously come through for me when I needed parts for my cars, or even when I've just needed some honest advice/suggestions. It's really rare to find a company who genuinely cares about its customers, and not just making money. For that reason, my family and I will continue to be loyal patrons of your business!!
By: Derrick G.
Drive Shaft Doctors
I was in the market for a remanufactured Volvo driveshaft these guys are my #1 pick and best price Dave was awesome to work with helped mewith one of my other cars repacking balls that fell out. I will always go to them and HIGHLY recommend them.
Tips & Advices
Some dealers accept returns if the component is returned with the original invoice. Some dealers might charge a re-stocking fee for returns. Others may not accept returns at all. It's common for dealers to not accept returns on electrical parts. Customers should ask about return policies before purchasing.
A salvage yard might test used car parts before selling them, but customers should ask whether tests have been performed on the part or not. All parts, especially electrical components, should be tested prior to purchase. Most salvage yards and auto repair shops should have a 12-volt battery to test electrical parts.
Sometimes it is worth buying used car parts. If the part is in good condition, a car owner could save money by buying the used part. However, if the part is something that's unsafe to purchase used, like brake parts or air bags, or if the part is too deteriorated to be safe, it's worth the cost to buy new.
Junkyards are businesses where people can shop for used car parts. Other names for these businesses include salvage yards and automotive recyclers. Auto repair shops might also sell used car parts.
Yes, most used car part dealers sell to the general public. However, just like with any car parts purchase, buyers should look into the dealer’s warranty policy and might want to price shop at several places.

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