In this video, viewers gain valuable insights into the comparison between “new car parts” and “old car parts.” This comparison is essential for maintaining the longevity of your vehicle.
To begin, Eric O. showcased a used vehicle brought into the shop due to a malfunctioning blower motor, needing repairs. To diagnose the issue, the initial step involved checking the vehicle’s battery to rule out any electrical problems.
The next step was to check for the blower motor’s location which was determined to be inside the glove box. Following this, he tested the resistors and control to eliminate them as potential causes. Ultimately, it was determined that the malfunction was the blower motor itself.
As the video unfolded, he highlighted the installation of a “new part,” which unfortunately does not function right out of the box. In contrast, the “old part” obtained worked perfectly upon installation. This observation led to the suggestion that, for those in need of car repairs, opting for used parts from a junkyard might be a preferable choice over brand-new components.
If you’re facing vehicle issues, don’t hesitate to contact your local driveshaft repair services. They can assist you in determining whether used or new parts are the best choice for your cherished vehicle. New does not always mean better.