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Used vs Remanufactured Auto Parts

What exactly is a remanufactured part, and how is it different?

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Remanufacturing is an industrial process that returns a used, worn or inoperative product – also known as a “core” – to its same-as-new or better condition and performance.

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The core for a remanufactured part is completely disassembled down to individual components. All renewable components are cleaned and analyzed for failure modes, and then reassembled using a combination of new and refurbished components – resulting in a reliable finished product virtually identical to a new part.

This video is sponsored by CARDONE.

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