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Toyota’s Electrification Plans Still Call For Fuel Pumps

This article was originally published on Counterman.com.

When major automakers like Toyota announce plans to electrify their entire vehicle line-up, the auto industry takes note. Electrification raises the issue of phasing out gas-powered vehicles, as well as the parts that are specific to gas-powered vehicles. If Toyota – and other automakers – are selling a completely electrified fleet by 2030, does that mean we’ll no longer need exhaust systems, fuel pumps, etc.?

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Warm Weather Maintenance For All Seasons

This article was originally published on AftermarketNews.com.

Water pump failure can happen at any time during the year. Depending on the season, your customer may see different symptoms, and not understand the root cause. We’ll point out below a couple of symptoms that vary with the season, and some that stay the same all year round.

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Spot Counterfeit Parts Like a Pro: 5 Tell-Tale Signs to Look For

This post was originally published on AftermarketNews.com

If you are selling auto parts online, you should be aware of a scam that’s going on. A “customer” purchases a legitimate part from your shop and returns a counterfeit part in its place. They get a refund, and then they sell the legitimate part to someone else.

Counterfeit auto parts are everywhere. You can find them on eBay, Amazon, Alibaba, and Craigslist and other online markets. Some legitimate online shops are even selling a few counterfeit parts without knowing.

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