Information about Mopar Parts
What is Mopar?
Mopar is the short for motor parts and an acronym for “Mash on pedal, accelerate rapidly”. It is the parts and service section of the Chrysler group. The term was first used by Chrysler in the 1920s and introduced as a brand in 1937.They are the original equipment parts manufactured for Chrysler vehicles. The term is broadly used by car enthusiasts to refer to the Chrysler parent company. Mopar stocks everything one may need for cars like Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram Fiat or SRT.
Collusion Repair Parts:
These are engineered and designed exclusively for the above mentioned vehicles. They preserve the originality and integrity of the vehicle. They are the same parts and components used to build the vehicle in the factory. The advantages of using mopar parts are
• Their installation is precise and as good as new.
• Gaps mis-alignments are eliminated.
• They use the same quality materials, paint and coatings to match the vehicle. This helps to keep the vehicle like new and one gets a good return on investment on resale.
• They maintain the same level of corrosion protection as the vehicle did when it was new. They also provide an anti corrosion warranty.
Authentic repair parts:
The parts used in the above mentioned vehicles reflect the best in mechanical engineering and cutting edge technology. For repairs, one can rely on factory trained service technicians who know and use factory engineered authentic repair parts as they are as good as the original and come with a warranty.
If the vehicle is an older model of the above mentioned vehicles then it is wise to use remanufactured parts as they cost less and maintain the same quality. The Mopar remanufacturing process begins with the complete disassembly, cleaning and inspection of the used part. Many new parts are also included in this process. They are tested thoroughly to function as well as the new parts.
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