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Hey, does anyone have some suggestions on good vendors to find parts for my 97 eagle vision 3.5L? Specifically ive been looking for the exhaust manifolds and none of the local parts stores (autozone, oreillys, advance, and napa) have them, not even for me to order. I've also tried good old rock auto and came up empty.
 

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Hey, does anyone have some suggestions on good vendors to find parts for my 97 eagle vision 3.5L? Specifically ive been looking for the exhaust manifolds and none of the local parts stores (autozone, oreillys, advance, and napa) have them, not even for me to order. I've also tried good old rock auto and came up empty.
If you can go used, look it up (drill down by vehicle and part) on Car-Part.com--Used Auto Parts Market

You can search by state or region, or the whole country. All the stocking salvage yards will come up in order by price. The system knows interchange parts (i.e., what similar models and range of years use the same part), so that helps not having to worry about missing parts that are the exact same from different models and years of vehicles.

After the search results come up, where you can click page of the search results, click the page number with the asterisk - that takes you to the dividing line between where price is given and no price is given - so you're at the lowest prices where price is given - then scroll upward to find suitable part - increasing price as you scroll up.

There's usually an indication of condition of the part on each listing. The phone numbers and email addresses of the salvage yards are given. I have found that they don't respond to emails (maybe because I've always looked for smaller, lower dollar items - if I was looking for an engine or something higher dollar, they might respond), but they do answer the phone. Have your info. ready because if you can't quickly describe what you need or they otherwise feel you're wasting their time, they'll hang up on you. If you don't find something local (usually the case), no problem - they all will generally ship to you at their cost of shipping - most smaller items are $10-$20 shipping cost.

Good luck!
 

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Hell Yea, Thanks bro. I just did a quick search and found a place right down the street that had what im looking for for a damn good price. I just gotta go make sure its in a good condition. Being an exhaust manifold from a salvage yard im a little concerned about its condition.
 

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Awesome. Thanks guys. Joining this forum has turned out to be a very good decision.
 

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It's the same with my 95 Concorde. Nearly all of the parts are special order for me. The 20% promo codes for Advance has saved me some serious $$$$. Salvage yards are really hit and miss for 1st Gens. When you do find a decent parts car, grab as much as possible. Especially interior pieces and front fenders.
 

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no one wants a single piece at all from the 93 i have im giving up on after the ECM fried wheni started it wit the alternator disconnected. . going to scrap totally complete whole it looks like.,
 
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