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Car-part is the most comprehensive online resource tool when it comes to finding OEM replacement parts. It’s a database of all the junkyards and used auto part shops that have the parts you’re looking for.
My favorite part is that you can sort by distance so you can find the nearest location to you. If you’re having trouble finding something specific, select another part and call those vendors to see if they also carry other parts. Not all junkyards list every individual the part they have on the database.
eBay is one of the single largest resources for auto parts. They have so many auto parts stores and individual sellers selling new, OEM or aftermarket parts.
If I ever have trouble finding anything on car-parts.com, I usually head on over to eBay and see what they have. Note, you can also sort by distance or by lowest price.
Search results will include listings from eBay, Craigslist, Cars.com, Carsoup, Carsdirect, Autotrader, Carvana, and Oodle all in one place! You can even do an advanced search to extend the search area or filter out specific criteria.