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What is the best brand of starter to get for a 1995 Nissan Altima? Do I go with a higher priced remanufactured Bosch brand or the new lower priced Delco?

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Both are good reputable brands... I would go with the cheaper one unless the Bosch has a much better warranty.

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The higher priced starters are not any more reliable than the cheapest, don't let the boys down at the autoparts store make a fool of you.
They try and trick you with names like super premium platinum plus, but there is almost always no difference when it comes to parts which fulfill a particular function. There are different types of certain components (like spark plugs or tires), but with something like a starter or alternator or waterpump, you'll find the cheapest one to be just as good.

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    The Bosch rebuilt are built to a higher quality control level than those done by the no-names rebuilt ones that offer lifetime warranty.

    I would say the new AC Delco ones are as well.

    I used to peddle off the cheap rebuilt ones because I could put more money in labor in my pocket at the end of the day, but after a while when some vehicles with these cheap parts would come back time and time again because the part is junk.... who pays for that labor the second and third time? Their warranty wont, so it's down to the customer and shop owner to battle it out.

    You get what you pay for in many cases, you just also have to know where to shop.


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