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Is There Any Benefit to Replacing Headlights in Pairs?

When you bring your car into our service center to have a headlight changed, you may be inclined to want both headlights changed. Although this is considered a standard practice, the question may be, ‘is changing both lights necessary?’ The answer is, no, it’s not required to replace both bulbs. There are some advantages, however, to getting a professional Ace Auto Parts mechanic to change both lights at the same time.

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5 Tips for Buying Used Tires

Ace Auto Parts offers quality used tires for car owners with all makes and models of vehicles. Before we sell you a tire, we thoroughly inspect the tread, sidewall, and inside to make sure that the tire is sellable. How can we tell if a tire is in excellent condition? We look for the following:

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5 Tips for Selling Your Car with Ace Auto Parts

Do you have an old junker lying around the house that you’ve been wanting to get rid of? Let Ace Auto parts take it off your hands. We purchase old cars whether they’re sitting in your driveway or having been out the field for a while. Before you call us, however, we want to provide you with a few tips for picking your car up, so that the experience is problem free.

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Questions to Ask Before Visiting a Salvage Yard

Before you head out to the salvage yard, save yourself some time and a BIG headache by calling ahead and asking a few basic questions. Below are some common questions that will help you to find the right used auto part for your vehicle.

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Buying Used Parts: Why You’ll Get Hooked

There are numerous reasons why you might need auto parts. Perhaps your current vehicle needs to be improved. Or maybe you have an older car that you want to fix up. Regardless of why you need them, consider the appeal of buying used auto parts instead of new the next time you have a project.

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What Factors Should You Consider When Buying a Used Car Battery?

If you are in need of a car battery, but money is tight, or you do not plan on keeping the car for long, you may be considering a used battery. You can often buy used batteries at junkyards and salvage yards. However, as you search the cars in the junkyards for batteries, there are a few things you need to look for and pay attention to. Knowing what to look for can help you find a used battery that still has some life left in it. Here are a few things to consider when buying a used car battery.

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Routine Replacement Parts and Automotive Upkeep

Every automobile requires routine maintenance and upkeep, in addition to minor repairs from the occasional fender bender or parking lot accident. Although some parts for such routines are inexpensive enough to warrant new parts, often perfectly good parts can be salvaged from the unaffected portions of a new car which was wrecked beyond repair. You can generally save quite a bit of money by finding used parts when they will work as well as new ones.

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Five Ways to Get the Most Out of a Salvage Yard Trip

You shouldn’t fear a trip to the junkyard. Today’s salvage yards are packed with cheap, high-quality parts. Some, in fact, offer the best-used parts around. If you’re taking a trip to the yard, check out these treasure-finding tips.

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Five Myths About Used Auto Parts

Used auto parts might be excellent price-saving alternatives to factory-made parts, but negative myths still shroud their purchase in misinformation. If you want to upgrade your car with new parts, fear not. There’s no reason to fear the auto world’s much-touted rumors surrounding used parts. If you’re looking to buy, we’ve got you covered. Below, we’re dispelling the false truths surrounding used parts and cars.

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When It's Time to Replace Your Brake Components

Your car has a lot of components, but not all of them are easily maintained. Just like your gas mileage is impacted by how often you drive, your brake components revolve around consistent use. Your brakes are comprised of linings. As your brakes are pressed, your wheel discs are compressed. This creates friction, and friction degrades brakes over time. That said, degraded brake components can catch up to you. Stay on top of your breaks, and pay attention to the warning signs below.

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