If your Chrysler has been in an accident, depending on the year of your vehicle, you have the right to demand from your insurance company your vehicle be fixed with genuine Chrysler parts by Mopar. These are the same parts your Chrysler was built with.
You may not realize the difference between Chrysler original parts and non-OEM aftermarket parts. But body shop professionals will agree that aftermarket sheet metal has to be altered to fit your vehicle. The holes don't line up, the bracket is missing, color doesn't exactly match or whatever the case. The aftermarket body panels do not have an exact fit and are not made of the same quality metals. Unlike original replacement parts that are designed for your vehicle - so the parts operate seamlessly with your vehicle lines.
If you elect to have your car repaired at a independent body shop other than your local Chrysler dealer, it's a good idea to discuss this with your body shop as well. Let them know you will not accept aftermarket replacement parts. It's not a bad idea to visit your vehicle while it's being repaired. Just to assure their is no confusion between the body shop and insurance company.
In addition, Chrysler collision parts must meet or exceed the same specifications as your vehicle did when it rolled off the assembly line. Plus, their backed by a limited lifetime warranty backed by Daimler/Chrysler. Coverage lasts as long as you own the vehicle on which the part is installed.
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