Welcome to Our Parts Department

Car repairs and maintenance causes stress for many people. After all, is it possible to get a good part for your car and still get a good deal? There are two categories in the market that car parts fall into. One is Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts, and the other is aftermarket parts. Although they are both designed to replace a range of parts, from small components like side mirrors or light bulbs to larger parts like the engine or timing belt, they are quite different when you do a side-by-side comparison. Aftermarket parts are made by a third party, and there is no assurance that they'll fit your car correctly. OEM parts, which are what we use, are guaranteed to be of a certain quality and longevity. We have a large supply of OEM parts to choose from, which means we'll get your Chevrolet back on the road as quickly and safely as possible.

Parts Request

Contact Information

Vehicle Information

What parts do you need?

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What Happens After I Order a Part?

If you know the name or inventory number of your part, please use our online form to place an order. Otherwise, feel free to call and a Parts Department specialist will determine exactly what you need. Upon submitting your information we will:

  • Respond to you promptly via your preferred contact method.
  • Ask any additional questions required to identify your parts request.
  • Confirm your order and pricing.

What are the Benefits of OEM Parts vs Aftermarket Parts?

Higher Part Quality

Comparing the quality of OEM vs aftermarket parts is a bit like comparing clothing or other types of consumer goods. You can think of OEM parts as designer products. Aftermarket parts are their generic equivalent. OEM parts are built by the manufacturer, which means you know exactly where it's coming from, and you know that the part will fit. Quality is controlled for OEM parts on a national and international level. In contrast, there is much less oversight for aftermarket parts. Parts that are made overseas may not be up to US standards, which presents a major problem in the areas of safety and performance.

Peace of Mind

OEM Brakes and Parts

When you get an OEM part for your car, many come with a warranty that says it will last for a certain period of time. The typical warranty period is one year, but you will often find parts with a longer warranty. Another benefit of OEM parts is that many are backed nationwide. So even if you get the part installed by us, you can get a replacement part when you're out of the area. Since aftermarket parts are built by a third party supplier, they are mass-produced for volume but not quality. Therefore, their quality varies in consistency, and you don't know what kind of part you are getting until it's been installed. You'll get a lower price for aftermarket parts, but you also miss out on the warranty, which can end up costing you time and money down the road.

Guaranteed to Fit

Easy Brake Installations

Since OEM parts are made by the original car company that produced your vehicle, they are made to be an exact replacement for the component that broke. They are made for a specific model, trim, and year, which means that you will have assurance when you leave the shop that the part you're getting will give your car a familiar look, feel, and performance level. Since they offer a precise fit, OEM parts are much easier to replace if necessary. The alternative is going with an aftermarket part, which means that it will probably take much longer for the car to get a part that fits.

Join us today to order a part or pick one up! We are happy to answer any questions you might have.


Seminole Chevrolet

Directions SANFORD, FL 32771

  • Contact: 844-877-9036


  • Monday 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Tuesday 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Wednesday 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Thursday 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Friday 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Saturday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Sunday 9:00 am - 2:00 pm