Auto Parts Auburn AL

Local resource for auto parts in Auburn. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to auto parts stores that have new auto parts, used auto parts and discount auto parts, as well as advice on auto maintenance.

Autozone
(334) 826-8014
1054 Opelika Rd
Auburn, AL
Services
Auto Parts

AutoZone
(334) 749-6114
1535 3rd Ave
Opelika, AL
 
Napa Auto Parts
(334) 705-8867
3732 Pepperell Pkwy
Opelika, AL
Services
Auto Parts, Car Washes, Car Detailing

Big Trucks Repair Service
(334) 749-6539
5575 Us Highway 431 North
Opelika, AL
Services
Truck Parts

Ray's Collision Center Of Auburn Inc
(334) 821-4244
130 E Veterans Blvd
Auburn, AL

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AutoZone
(334) 826-8014
1054 Opelika Road
Auburn, AL
 
Truck Stuff
(334) 742-0103
2212 Frederick Road
Opelika, AL
Services
Truck Auto Body,Truck Parts

Autozone
(334) 749-6114
1535 3rd Ave
Opelika, AL
Services
Auto Parts

United Auto Collision
(334) 821-6850
615 Opelika Rd Ste 1
Auburn, AL

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Advance Auto Parts
(334) 502-3879
1698 S College St
Auburn, AL

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How To Save Money On Auto Parts By Brian Alexander, Road Test Editor

Auto parts are typically dirty, complex and expensive. That makes shopping for them no fun whatsoever. Worse yet, a lack of technical knowledge can make you feel unknowledgeable and vulnerable as a consumer. As a result, you may find yourself at the mercy of your dealer’s parts department. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
 
If you’ve diagnosed the problem and know what parts you need, one great way to pick up parts on the cheap that’s often overlooked by consumers is through refurbished parts dealers. They offer nearly new parts for a fraction of the cost of a shiny, new equivalent.
 
Auto dismantlers and recyclers like Bavarian Auto Recycling sell refurbished and durability tested parts at a massive discount over new parts. For example, a new driveshaft for a late-80s BMW 3-Series runs nearly $400 new, but refurbished they’re available for just around $200. There are parts recyclers out there for most manufacturers, and a quick Internet search should reveal several sources for less expensive refurbished parts.
 
eBay and Craigslist are also great places to look for auto parts. People gut cars and sell everything from seats and shift knobs to transmissions and engines at a discount online. Use caution with sites like Craigslist though. While eBay will help you get your money back if a part doesn’t work as promised, Craigslist may leave you out on your own, so it’s best to buy smaller items there and leave the big ticket parts for auction sites. 
 
If you’ve got a real beater car that seems to be constantly going through parts, think about purchasing another damaged car and using it as a parts donor. There is a very small market for dying parts cars, so it could easily pay for itself even if you only need a few pieces from it. Plus, it’s always nice to have backup parts just in case.

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