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How do I know this part will fit my car?

A. We provide the interchange for you in the listing. If you do not see your vehicle listed please email us with the year and model of your vehicle, we will check our inventory to see if we have a part available for you.

When can I expect my part?

A. We will ship the part our within 2 days of the payment (our Canadian buyers, within 3 days) you should receive the part within 3-7 days after you pay for the item.

What forms of payment do you accept?

A. PayPal is the accepted method of payment on eBay.

What is the mailing address for Standridge Used Auto Parts?

A. Please sent to: Standridge Used Auto Parts, Attn: eBay deptDeedra, 1521 Sulphur Springs Road, Shelby, NC 28152.

Can I call and talk to someone about the eBay items?

A. Due the amount of calls we receive everyday, we prefer you email us thru eBay with any questions.

Will you ship freight items out of the United States?

A. We will only ship freight within the U.S.

I need to return a part due to error in purchasing?

A. Please email us prior to sending back any part. We will refund your money minus shipping. It would be your responsibility to send the part back to us in it's original condition.

What is a Core Charge?

A. A Core Charge is an acronym for "Cash on Return". A core charge is sometimes applied to rebuildable parts such as engines or alternators that can be redeemed for a portion of their original price. If the part you are purchasing has a core charge applied, it will be noted in the description.

What is a Part Grade?

A. standard code system is used to communicate the condition and quality of a part between automotive recyclers, automotive repair shops, and insurers. Knowing how these codes are used will help you understand whether the part meets your expectations before you buy it and what you can expect from the part when you receive it.

A Grade: The highest quality part. It is of low miles andor exceptional condition for its age.

B Grade: The second level quality part. It is of average miles and normal condition for its age.

C Grade: The third level quality part. It has high miles andor light damage.

NO Grade: A part that has not yet been graded.