Ford Parts Center in Grapevine, TX

   

Welcome to Our Parts Center

   

When your car eventually needs service or repairs, you have two options. The first is using Original Equipment Manufacturer parts, and the other is aftermarket parts. OEM parts are made by the manufacturer that made your car (such as Ford), and they are designed to work like a new part. OEM parts come in all kinds, ranging from common to more obscure components, and they're designed to replace any part of your Ford. We are proud to offer a large variety of high-quality OEM Ford parts, so we encourage you to give us a call for a part replacement when your car needs repairs. And if we don't have the part you need in stock, we'll order it quickly to get your car back on the road again as soon as possible.

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What are the Benefits of OEM Parts vs Aftermarket Parts?

OEM Parts are Higher Quality

Aftermarket parts are commonly used by independent repair shops. Unlike OEM parts, they are not made by the car manufacturer. Instead, they are made by a third party, which means there's no guarantee that they will have a precise fit. OEM parts are made to a certain high level of quality, which allows them to be confidently backed by a production warranty. Aftermarket parts, in contrast, tend to vary in quality consistency. They are not held to the same quality standards, and in fact some parts made overseas fall below the safety and quality standards that are deemed acceptable in the US market. Parts that are of sub-par quality can wear out and break quickly, and they can reduce your car's performance capabilities.

Warranty and Support

OEM Brakes and Parts

Since they are built to a higher standard, OEM parts are usually backed by a varying warranty. Another advantage of OEM parts is that many come with a nationally recognized warranty. This means that if the part fails when you're away from the area, you can stop in to the nearest Ford dealership and have the part replaced for no extra fee if it is still under the original warranty. We hold each and every part to the highest standard as we install them.

Built for Your Ford Vehicle

Easy Brake Installations

Along with saving you money, installing OEM parts in your car saves a mechanic time. It could also cut down on the cost of your future repair bills down the road. OEM parts fit more precisely than aftermarket parts, since they are made by the manufacturer for your precise model of car and trim level. OEM parts can also be custom-ordered if you want an upgrade on a certain component.

In contrast, aftermarket parts are made by a third party company, and they offer a more generic fit. It can take some time for the mechanic to find a part that fits correctly, which can take some time to figure out. This same problem will crop up again if you need to have the part replaced in the future or if you opt for another aftermarket part for another part in your car that breaks and needs to be replaced. A proper fit can also affect the car's safety and performance level.

If you have any questions about a particular part please contact our dealership or stop by to inquire.

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Parts Hours

  • Monday 7:00am - 7:00pm
  • Tuesday 7:00am - 7:00pm
  • Wednesday 7:00am - 7:00pm
  • Thursday 7:00am - 7:00pm
  • Friday 7:00am - 7:00pm
  • Saturday 7:00am - 4:00pm
  • Sunday Closed



 

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