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89-93 Nissan Silvia S13 Skyline R32 C33 Laurel Right Tension Rod Bracket on 2040-parts.com

US $125.00
Location:

Richmond, Virginia, United States

Richmond, Virginia, United States
The parts that we sell are in USED condition and will more than likely have cosmetic blemishes on them. If this is the case it will be stated in the product description in the listing. Please read the entire listing as a flaw or broken item may be mentioned in text, but not clearly visible in the pictures. Thanks- JPS Team
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89-93 Nissan Silvia S13 Skyline R32 C33 Laurel Right Tension Rod Bracket

89-93 Nissan Silvia S13 Skyline R32 C33 Laurel Right Tension Rod Bracket

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  • Manufacturer: Nissan
  • Application: R32 Skyline / C33 Laurel / S13 Silvia
  • Year: 1989-1993

We know how much you love your JDM vehicle. Want to know a secret? That's how much we love our JDM parts. If you have any questions, please send us a message or give us a call during normal business hours at 1-844-536-7278.


SHIPPING

  • Whenever possible, we will ship your purchase via standard UPS shipping.
  • For larger items, such as engines, transmissions, wheels, and over-sized body panels, we will ship via UPS freight. Please contact us for details—pricing is dependent on your location and the nature of the item.
  • Free local pickup is available to customers who can visit our warehouse in Richmond, VA, and are equipped to safely load and transport their purchase. Please contact us to make arrangements.

RETURNS

  • For all returns, the buyer must contact us within 14 days of item receipt.
  • We offer the options of reimbursement and (if possible) item exchange (buyer's choice).
  • We will pay the return shipping costs if the item in question is covered by our warranty policy (see the section below).
  • For returns of items that are outside of our warranty policy, the buyer is responsible for all shipping costs.

WARRANTY POLICY

Please read this carefully. If your purchase is covered under a warranty, we'll do our best to help you as quickly as possible.

  • Parts (non engine/transmission): All sales are final. We do not offer refunds or exchanges, sorry.
  • Non-Performance Engines: Are covered with a 60 day start up warranty that begins on the date the engine is received.
  • Performance Engines (i.e. turbocharged, supercharged, VTEC VVTI VVL MIVEC, etc.): Are covered with a 30 day start up warranty that begins on the date the engine is received.
  • Rotary Engines: ARE NOT COVERED UNDER WARRANTY, sorry.
  • Transmissions: Are covered with a 30 day start up warranty against defective internals only.
  • Our Warranties Above Include: Internal parts of the engine block, head(s), and transmission. In the event of a defective engine block, head, or transmission, Japan Parts Service will be responsible to either replace or fix the defective part only, at our discretion. We will NOT cover any LABOR Cost incurred, sorry.
  • Our Warranties Above Do NOT Include: Exterior engine/transmission and related parts such as clutches, flywheels, flex plates, distributors, coil packs, ignitors, alternators, a/c pumps, power steering pumps oil/water pumps, solenoids, sensors, seals, valve covers, oil pans, manifolds, fuel system, turbo/superchargers, and torque converters.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

You (the “Buyer”) acknowledge and understand that you are purchasing used automobile parts (the “Parts”) from Japanese Engines Direct (the “Seller”). Buyer and Seller intend for the Release and Indemnification Agreement to be a binding, enforceable electronic contract between the Parties.

Seller is selling the Parts “AS IS” and “WHERE IS” and makes no warranties, express or implied, of any kind, regarding the Parts, including, BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY warranties of merchantability and/or warranties of fitness for a particular purpose.

The Buyer hereby releases and waives any and all claims it may have against the Seller related to or regarding the Parts, such claims include, but are not limited to, claims for personal injury and/or property damage, now or at any time in the future, whether known or unknown, arising for any reason whatsoever.

The Buyer also agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Seller from any claims related to or regarding the Parts, such claims include, but are not limited to, claims for personal injury and/or property damage, now or at any time in the future, whether known or unknown, arising for any reason whatsoever. Should the Seller need to pursue or defend its rights under this Release and Indemnification Agreement, Buyer agrees to be responsible for all costs, including reasonable attorneys’ fees.

Should any portion of this Release and Indemnification Agreement be found unenforceable, that portion shall be null and void, but the remainder of the Agreement shall remain in force between the parties.

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