Autoparts 123 has been serving the public for over 25 years and is a trusted name in the industry. The company provides parts that meet industry standards so a shopper doesn't have to worry about quality when shopping online. Often, a shopper can save money by buying auto parts online, especially when the online store offers a promo code or coupon code.
Autoparts 123 is different from many online vendors in that it has an extensive online catalog. The online store has parts for most vehicles, including import car parts, custom car parts, and performance auto parts for those who feel the need for speed.
From lights to fuel pumps to computers, a shopper can find what she needs to repair a vehicle or soup it up. Even important safety parts, such as brake parts, are available. Choose from Reybestos and Brembo brake pads and rotors for anything from an Acura to a Volvo. Even if the shopper has a Mercedes Benz or a Hummer, Autoparts 123 has the right brake parts. When a driver hears the brakes squealing, the brake pads are low -- brake pads have a metal tang that scrapes the rotor when the pads get low. If a driver lets the brake pads get too low, damage to other brake components will occur, especially the rotors. If the car shudders when a driver steps on the brake, check the rotors -- they could be warped. If so, they need to be replaced as soon as possible.
If a shopper needs auto ignition parts, Autoparts 123 provides Wells ignition and switches, Wells distributor rotors and caps, ignition modules, ignition coils and voltage regulators. For the newer cars, Autoparts 123 also provides sensors. All vehicles new and old, use relays and switches. Whether you have the old-style cap, rotor and coil or coil-over plug distributorless ignition, Autoparts 123 has what you need.
Parts that commonly wear out are starters and alternators. Autoparts 123 allows a shopper to choose from two high-quality brand name starters and alternators: Bosch and Denso. Both parts must work at 100 percent for a vehicle to run properly. If a starter works, but drags, it could damage the teeth on the flywheel, which costs a driver hundreds of dollars. In some cases, replacing a flywheel or flexplate could cost more than $1,000, depending on the year, make and model of the vehicle.
When an alternator doesn't work, it doesn't charge the battery. If the alternator doesn't charge the battery, it will certainly leave you stranded -- usually in a most inconvenient place, such as 20 miles away from the next exit on the highway. A vehicle will run about 15 to 20 minutes on the battery alone before it quits. Once the vehicle quits, the battery can be recharged, but it won't stay that way unless the alternator is working properly.
No matter what parts a shopper needs, Autoparts 123 has it: fuel pumps, Oxygen sensors, belts, hoses, chassis parts -- including Moog -- wheel bearings, hub bearings, exhaust parts, catalytic converters and air compressors.