Can You Trust Used Auto Parts Sites?

Used auto parts suppliers are sometimes viewed with suspicion by prospective customers. This is partly down to the shady business practices of a few companies. Most crooked companies don’t last very long, though, and Tom’s Foreign Auto Parts has been in business for over 30 years.

We have based our entire business on providing quality used parts at great prices. Read on to see how we ensure that our customers get the best possible service every time they buy from Tom’s.

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What Happened To The Nissan 4 Door Sports Car (4DSC)?

Nissan coined the term 4DSC or ‘4 Door Sports Car’ way back in 1989 to describe its newly updated family sedan – the Maxima. Combining practicality with a sporty drive, it was a popular recipe that many other manufacturers also adopted.

While there are plenty of quick 4-door sedans out there these days, back in the late ‘80s those looking for quick family-friendly sedans had very limited options.

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Can You Reprogram A Used ECU?

The Electronic Control Unit (ECU, aka Engine Control Module or ECM) manages just about every aspect of your engine. You are most likely reading this because your ECU is either faulty or has failed completely. And as you might have already found out, a broken ECU can leave you stranded by the roadside.

What you may not know is that every car has a unique ECU. So, the next question is can you reprogram another ECU to work with your car? The short answer is yes. But there are some important things to know before buying a replacement part.
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How to Know You’re Getting Reliable Used Parts

Your vehicle is an essential tool in your daily life, so ensuring that it runs smoothly is a priority. But, like any piece of machinery, it will need repair from time to time. When this happens, a major decision that car owners face is whether to purchase new or used car parts. Furthermore, if you choose used parts, how do you know the parts are reliable?

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