To determine the best method of replacing a part, check with you dealer, owners of similar vehicles and on the Internet to determine what option makes sense. You know the new OEM part will work, so read online testimonials to see if aftermarket replacements are worth the cost. You can also gain insight that’s helpful in a used search, learning the common defects/attributes of a part before buying it yourself. In some instances non-OEM Parts might void a warranty. Please consult your Parts Service Advisor for further details.

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