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By: orangekrush
I asked for 3/8 heater hose bought 10 feet of hose. Got home and realized they sold me 10 feet of fuel hose. I needed trans cooler hose also for a leaky trans line. I figured I would go exchange the incorrect hose for trans cooler hose. When returning I the girl on the counter had not let me explain their mistake when she stopped me dead in my tracks that auto zone does not exchange hose. I didn't want to argue so I went to Orielly's to get my hose. Come to realize my trans leak was from a cracked radiated I guess what I bought a new radiator at Orielly's. Too bad Autozone your poor service costed you to lose a customer and all my purchases on my civic from here on out. I am now looking to replace my struts. Guess where I am going to purchase them now?
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Depending on the part and its overall quality, a good amount of money can be saved by purchasing aftermarket parts versus OEM parts. But aftermarket parts that are low in price might also be lower in quality and could do more harm than good to your car, or they may need to be replaced more frequently than a more expensive counterpart. This could lead to saving some money in the short term, but spending more than anticipated in the long term.
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