This part will fit the following vehicles:
|2005 - 2005||Nissan||Altima||SE||All||Sedan|
|2006 - 2006||Nissan||Altima||SE-R||3.5L 6 Cylinders||Sedan|
|2005 - 2005||Nissan||Altima||SE-R||All||Sedan|
|2005 - 2005||Nissan||Altima||SL||3.5L 6 Cylinders||Sedan|
Other identifiers for this part: Eagle Eyes #: DS524-B00DR, DEPO #: 315-1938R-ASN2.
Fits trims: SE, SL, SE-R, S
This product fits years: 06 2006
- Each product conforms to US Motor Vehicle Safety Standards
- All products are brand new, NOT used or refurbished
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- As good as or better than the original OEM part
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My son is a new driver and he broke the front passenger head and side light on his 1994 Subaru by getting close to a much larger pick-up truck. After a couple of trips to the local wrecking yard to look for crash parts, we were able to find the headlight, but not the side light. I was able to easily locate the part on the Go-Parts website, and it was available as a new part at a very reasonable price. The part was shipped quickly and well packed. We were able to install the side light the next day. By using a used headlight from the wrecking yard and a very reasonably priced new part from Go-Parts, my son was able to turn his $200+ lesson in being more careful when pulling out of tight places into a $100 lesson. Not bad for his first accident.
First introduced into the US market back in 1993, the Nissan Altima has come a long way since then; the current generation of this midsized sedan offers the very best in Nissan comfort and style, whole providing more than adequate performance from the engines - a 2.5 liter 4 cylinder or 3.5 liter 6, the latter giving an impressive 270bhp - to launch the car beyond its original intentions as the everyday family car.
Price Quality Average: 4.5 / 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
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