Scroll through our catalog and click to expand your vehicle make, listed alphabetically. Then, click to expand the year, model, and engine size of your vehicle.
Or, type the year, make, model, engine and the part that you’re looking for in the search box at the top of the main page. Matching words will appear as you type; press the down-arrow key to choose one and continue typing. Click the correct one, press enter or click to go to that vehicle/part.
What do the flags at the top of the catalog and next to the vehicle names mean?2
Flags indicate where a vehicle was originally sold (US, Canada, Mexico).
Un-check boxes to remove vehicles not sold in your area from the list, or check boxes to see a vehicle you imported from elsewhere. Un-checking the last box ("<") limits the list to late-model vehicles.
I know what's wrong with my vehicle, but not the part I need - how can I find it?3
Click the name of the vehicle system or category (like "Belt Drive") the broken part is part of. The list will expand to show you parts for that portion of the vehicle, listed alphabetically. Parts purchased most frequently for your vehicle are bold.
I know the name of the part I need, how can I find it?4
Start typing the name of the part in the "Find Category" box -- it will display a drop-down list of possible matches. If one looks right, use your mouse, or down-arrow then Enter, to choose it. Or press "Enter" on your keyboard or click , to highlight all categories which contain part names matching your entry.
Click the "Part Number Search" tab at the top of our page. Enter the part number then click "Search". You do not need to select manufacturer or part group, but you can limit results by brand or part type using the drop-down lists (and then click "Search" again).
If you're unsure of what a part is called, you can enter keywords to narrow down search results.
Do you accept returns of my old parts (core returns)?
If we can accept a return of your old part (called a "core"), you will see a core charge in blue listed next to the price of the part in our catalog.
We cannot accept core returns on parts without a core charge. Cores must be returned within 6 months of the date on which your order was placed. For information about how to return your cores to us, please see "How do I recover my core refund?"
You do not have to send your core back; it functions as a deposit providing incentive to return your core to us. We cannot remove this charge from the cost of your part.
Do you have parts for heavy trucks, tractors, snowmobiles, boats or motorcycles?6
Yes - we can't search them by make and model, but you can use the "Part Number Search" tab if you know the part number. We also list lights, belts, hoses, and other parts in our "Tools & Universal Parts" tab by size.
Everything shown in our catalog is in stock and is ready to ship unless marked "Non-stock item" or "Out of Stock". We don't have information about when the part will be back in stock, but if you'd like to be notified, you can sign up for an Availability Alert. Simply enter your email address, and we'll send you an email as soon as we have more in stock!
I don't see the quantity I need - when will you have more in stock?
If you see the part you want, but we don't have the quantity you need, we can alert you when we do (though we can't tell you when that will be). Add the part to your shopping cart, click in the "Quantity" box next to the part, and enter the quantity you need. You will be prompted to enter your email address, and we'll send you an email as soon as we have more in stock!
The part I want isn't listed - when will you have it in stock?
If you’ve found the correct year, make, model, and engine size of your vehicle, and the part you're looking for is not listed, we do not have it and don't know where to find it. However, we add parts to the catalog daily and are looking for suppliers of new products, so please check again soon.