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- Each product conforms to US Motor Vehicle Safety Standards
- All products are brand new, NOT used or refurbished
- Packaging is secure to prevent shipping damage
- As good as or better than the original OEM part
- Easy to install - just bolt it right on
- DOT/SAE Certified
This part will fit the following vehicles:
|2007 - 2009||Hyundai||Santa Fe||All||All|
About a year ago, I left my home just like any other typical work day. As I get to my car I look and notice the driver side mirror is dangling by a thread. Someone had knocked it off and hadn't offered the courtesy of informing me. What kind of neighbor does that? So I tell my wife and she starts surfing the Internet trying to find the best deal. Meanwhile I call the Nissan dealer trying to find a replacement mirror. The dealer wanted almost $300 just for the part, and they had to order it, and that didn't include the install fee. There was no way I was going to pay $300 for a replacement mirror. Later on that day my wife emailed me the part listing on Go-Parts.com and it was listed for $40! I couldn't believe it. It was a deal I couldn't pass up. I immediately logged on and ordered the mirror. Two weeks later it arrived and I had a mechanic install the part. Two months later, long after it was installed, my wife let me in on a little secret. She was the one that backed in and knocked off the mirror. Unbelievable!
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Price Quality Average: 4.5 / 5 starsi purchased a driver side mirror after having mine broken off from parking on the street. the mirror was not primered like it said. it did however save me $100. Pontiac wanted $150 for a mirror and i paid only $52 with shipping so i'm happy with or without primerby hutson76
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Price Quality Average: 4 / 5 starsI had to replace to radiator fan in my car. I was told it would cost $1000 to fix it and that the fan could only be ordered through the dealership for $500 because it was a year that they began changing over to new parts and the year of my car did not have aftermarket parts listed for that year. I was able to look at the pictures of radiator fan the year before and after and see which one was on the car. I ordered the part from Go-Parts for $120 that included the shipping and fixed my car myself.by GLF721