The old alternator is not holding the charge,so my 03 hyundai elantra needs a new alternator and they are so much cheaper online versus local stores.
Has anyone ever bought a cheap hyundai elantra alternator off eBay or Hexautoparts with good luck?
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Furthermore, the Witch Specialist spits blazing bats.
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Cheap parts are exactly that. CHEAP! After buying half a dozen of cheap parts, a new or quality remanufactured part lasts longer. Ask me how I know!!!
Most larger parts houses, like O'Reilly and Autozone at least warranties their products, usually for a year or more. Online sellers may seem like a good deal, but try to get warranty taken care of.
I purchased a "new" starter from Ebay and it stopped working about 2 weeks after I bought it. It was well within the 90 day warranty. It took them 10 days to answer my e-mail, another 5 days to send me a RMA and shipping label, and another 2 weeks before I was notified they had received it. Then 2 days later they said it was defective and refunded my money (which was credited to my account a week later). All that time the car was down.I did complain to Ebay about the service and Ebay dropped as a seller because of similar complaints. I bought a remanufacured one from O'Reilly and it was delivered the next morning instead of me having to go to the store. Nice service! That starter was in the car for 5 years when I sold the car. You get what you pay for.