What’s the difference between OEM and After Market Parts?
- OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) parts are “name brand” new parts made by the original manufacturer to meet the specifications of a specific vehicle make and model. Authorized auto dealerships that sell this particular brand of vehicle(s) usually have exclusive distribution rights to sell these parts.
- After Market (Non-OEM) parts are “generic” new parts made by companies other than the original manufacturer. Independent auto part stores and independent (not auto dealership) repair shops sell these parts.
Why don’t people want After Market Parts used for repairs?
Owners believe After Market parts are…
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