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Chevy is a workhorse brand. If you ask a normal lay person about Chevy the first thing out of their mouth will probably be something about Chevy trucks. It will not be about Corvettes or Camaros it will be about the trucks and what they can do for the workforce. However, it does not matter if you have a Corvette, Camaro, or a truck. You need OEM Chevy parts to make sure that your vehicle runs as well as it should. The other choice you have is to use aftermarket parts which may not be the best decision for your vehicle.
Aftermarket parts do not have the standards of the vehicle manufacturer to keep them standardized. It may not sound like a big deal but it really is a big deal. Why? It means that the aftermarket parts companies are developing parts to their own standards which could be amazing or very bad. It really depends on the company to police themselves and make sure that they deliver you a quality part. It means that every aftermarket part you come in contact with somewhere between amazing and terrible. Does it sound like gambling? It really is a bit like that if you have not done your research before trying to buy a part. You can greatly enhance your chances of getting a quality part by doing your research beforehand but if you do not do this then you are rolling the dice on whether or not your vehicle will function properly or will get damaged in the process of using the part.
The quick answer to get the right part in your car that will work the first time you install it and will not damage your car is OEM Chevy parts. OEM parts are made to standards set forth by the vehicle manufacturer, in fact, they are the same parts as you would have received if you bought the vehicle with the parts installed straight off the line. They also do not tend to void warranties, but you should check if that is true in your case, because the vehicle manufacturer has tested the part and is aware of the shortcomings and strengths of the part before it gets installed. You get a part that you know will work in your vehicle and the vehicle manufacturer knows what the part will do. It means that if you have to get the vehicle repaired in the future then you will not get any grief from anyone who works on the automobile because they know that you used OEM parts and there should not have been problems with incompatibility.
You have a vehicle that demands the right parts to function and it would be wrong to provide anything but that for it. You want your vehicle to function for as long as possible and the best way to make sure that is going to happen is to use OEM Chevy parts. You know they will work and they will not damage the vehicle parts already in the automobile. Honestly, it can be a concern because some aftermarket parts might be too big or they do not take into account the totality of the inner workings of the machine. Just because you do not have problems now or in the immediate future does not mean that you will be able to avoid problems in the future. It might take a while for problems to the surface because of how things work together and work with synergy. You might not notice a problem till it is too late. It is another reason that OEM parts are the parts you want to use because they have been tested over time and the vehicle manufacturer knows how they work in your machine. They do not have that luxury with aftermarket parts. Why would you make it harder than it has to be to correct problems? Why would you make it harder to figure out what the problems are by using aftermarket parts? Make things predictable and you can prepare for problems before they get to you.
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