Warranties on scrapped, rebuilt and new parts

Warranties on scrapped, rebuilt and new parts

In the world of automobiles, it is common that at some point we need to replace a part. Whether it is due to wear, breakdown or simply to improve the performance of our vehicle, it is important to know the guarantees offered by dismantled, rebuilt and new parts, as well as the rights of the consumer in case of taking the car to the workshop. In this article, we will answer all your questions about warranties for spare parts and new cars, as well as cars and spare parts in general for 10 years.



Warranties on scrap parts

One of the cheapest options when it comes to replacing an auto part is to go to a scrapyard. However, it is important to note that parts purchased from a salvage yard do not always come with a warranty. Most salvage shops offer a 3-month warranty on the parts they sell, but this can vary depending on the shop. It is advisable to ask the scrapyard about the guarantees they offer before making the purchase.

Warranties on rebuilt parts

Rebuilt parts are those that have been repaired and brought to working order. These parts usually have a 6 month to 1 year warranty, depending on the shop or company that rebuilt them. It is important to check the warranty offered by the shop before purchasing a remanufactured part.

Guarantees on new parts

New parts are usually the most reliable in terms of warranty. Most manufacturers offer a 1-year warranty on new parts, although some may offer longer warranties. It is advisable to review the warranty offered by the manufacturer before making the purchase.


Duration of the guarantees in spare parts and new cars

As for spare parts and new cars, the duration of the guarantees may vary. In general, replacement parts usually have a 1-year warranty, although some manufacturers may offer longer warranties. In the case of new cars, the warranty is usually from 2 to 5 years, depending on the make and model. It is important to review the terms and conditions of the guarantee before purchasing a part or new car.


Consumer rights when taking the car to the workshop

When taking the car to the workshop, the consumer has a series of rights that must be respected. Among them are:

  • Right to receive a detailed estimate before making any repairs.
  • Right to be informed about the parts that will be used in the repair.
  • Right to receive an itemized bill for services performed.
  • Right to claim in the event that the repair has not been carried out correctly.

It is important to know and enforce our rights as consumers when taking the car to the workshop.

New car warranty law

Recently, a new car warranty law has been approved that seeks to protect the rights of consumers. This law establishes that manufacturers must offer a minimum guarantee of 2 years in new cars, as well as in original spare parts. In addition, maximum deadlines are established for the repair of vehicles in the event of a guarantee. It is important to be informed about this new law and assert our rights as consumers.


Frequent questions

What happens if a part bought in a junkyard breaks down after the 3-month warranty?

If a piece purchased in a junkyard breaks down after the 3-month warranty, it is the consumer's responsibility to repair or replace it. In this case, it is advisable to go to a trusted workshop to carry out the repair.


What should I do if the workshop does not respect my rights as a consumer?

If the workshop does not respect your rights as a consumer, you can file a claim with the competent authorities. It is advisable to collect all the documentation related to the service provided and the rights that have been violated to support your claim.


Conclusion

In summary, it is important to know the guarantees offered by salvage, rebuilt and new parts, as well as the rights of the consumer when taking the car to the workshop. Scrapped parts typically have a 3-month warranty, while rebuilt and new parts may have 6-month to 1-year warranties. As for new cars, the warranty is usually from 2 to 5 years. In addition, it is essential to enforce our rights as consumers and be informed about the new law on guarantees for cars. If you have any additional questions, feel free to leave a comment and we'll be happy to help.


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