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Old 01-18-2010, 06:43 PM   #1
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Default Discovered Rock Auto not carrying MOPAR

Like many on this board- I think Rock Auto is great. Went to order a Mopar part and spent about an hour searching for a common part. After digging deep discovered Rock does not carry Mopar/CHRY/DODGE/Jeep OEM parts. As we know they do carry GM/Ford OEM.

Just sharing a random discovery.
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that'* is odd, wonder why that is?
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WTH! John has ordered parts for his Dodge not that long ago.......
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Ok just checked...and yes they do still have Mopar parts.
Quote:
2006
CARAVAN
CARAVAN SE
CARAVAN SXT
CHARGER
CHARGER DAYTONA R/T
CHARGER R/T
CHARGER SE
CHARGER SRT8
CHARGER SXT
DAKOTA LARAMIE
DAKOTA SLT
DAKOTA ST
DURANGO ADVENTURER
DURANGO LIMITED
DURANGO SLT
DURANGO SXT
GRAND CARAVAN
GRAND CARAVAN SE
GRAND CARAVAN SXT
MAGNUM R/T
MAGNUM SE
MAGNUM SRT8
MAGNUM SXT
RAM 1500 LARAMIE
RAM 1500 SLT
RAM 1500 SPORT
RAM 1500 SRT-10
RAM 1500 ST
RAM 1500 TRX4
RAM 2500 LARAMIE
RAM 2500 POWER WAGON
RAM 2500 SLT
RAM 2500 SPORT
RAM 2500 ST
RAM 2500 TRX4
RAM 3500 LARAMIE
RAM 3500 SLT
RAM 3500 SPORT
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SPRINTER 3500
STRATUS R/T
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What vehicle are you needing parts for?
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2000 Jeep Wrangler OEM part
Control Unit, With A/C
1999-2005 Jeep Wrangler TJ
Part # 55037473AB

After no luck with the model search, did a OEM part number search and still no luck. Then went to parts manufactures and found AC/DELCO, Ford, etc. Did not see Chrysler, Dodge or Mopar listed as part manufacturers offered. Maybe I missed something?

I see the offer parts for Chysler/Dodge'Jeep but my search showed no OEM parts- unlike GM and Ford.
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ahh my bad. didn't catch the OEM part in your statement.
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Thanks Todd!!

BTW- met a Chrysler transmission assembly line worker. He stated majority of Chrysler trannys are manufactured in Indiana. But a comment that really stuck with me was that Chysler FWD trannys are not true trannys, they are a combination of bands/belts. He stated he felt they would have a hard time seeing 100k without likeliness of a catastrophic failure. It was his opinion- but gives one more reason of concern if one is considering a Chrysler FWD product until the Fiat product starts to replace the current stuff.
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my grandmother had a 97 grand voyager se with front wheel drive and it made it to 204,000 on the original tranny and motor before we scraped it because of electrical issues
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