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Looking for a Pittsboro auto parts store? Choose Advance Auto Parts on 462 East St to find what you need at an affordable price.
To do your own vehicle repairs, you need quality auto parts, ranging from truck or car batteries for reliable starting power to truck or car brakes for safe driving. In the 462 East St store, you'll find shocks and struts for a smooth comfortable ride, what's needed for a proper tune up, including motor oil ,filters, belts and much more.
At your Pittsboro auto parts store, there's much more than the items needed for repairs and maintenance. There are also friendly, knowledgeable Team Members who will answer questions and recommend the parts needed to do your own repairs.
For added convenience, order any quality auto parts online and pick them up at your Pittsboro auto parts store at 462 East St on the same day. Need more information about this store? Call 919-542-2899 today.
Stop by 462 East St in Pittsboro to find exactly what you need. For even more time savings, order what you need online and then pick it up at your Advance Auto Parts store.
The Advance Auto Parts Team knows what parts are right for each job. Are you more of a visual learner? If so, then watch these auto repair videos with clear and helpful step by step instructions.
Make the Pittsboro auto parts store at 462 East St in Pittsboro your store today. Call 919-542-2899 with any questions.
Jim Wiles 1
I had an auto that I hadn't run in a while and I eeded to take it to get the state inspection. Crr wouldn't start without a jump. It had a Napa battery and ti went there to get a new one. They were closed so I went to Advance Auto couple of blocks away. Got a batter, installed it and the car would not start. The next day I went to Napa, got another battery, installed it and the car started right up. I went the next day to return the battery to Advance and they would not accept a return since it was now used since I tried installing it. They tested it and said the battery was drained. THEY SOLD ME A BATTERY THAT WAS NOT GOOD. Will never go back there again. Feedback: Believe me the customer and give me a refund.
I was unable to have a warranty honored for a battery I bought from Advance Auto Parts.I got a new starter battery for my Prius in early January. A few days later, that battery was dead. Road service gave me a jump start and said the battery had probably lost its charge sitting on the shelf, as it was many months old. The technician recommended that I drive for a while to charge the battery, and see if the charge held. The battery was OK for a few months. Then it died again. This time when I got a jump start I drove to Advance Auto. Their test said the battery was OK, so they could not replace it. A half hour earlier, the road service technician had gotten a test figure of 53, when it should have been 450, but the Advance Auto employee said they could not take a report from road service, they had to do their own test.This seems like a Catch 22. If I had had the car towed in with a dead starter battery, maybe I could have gotten a replacement. Because I had gotten a jump start, I was out of luck. My brother says that the person testing the battery at Advance Auto probably did not set the test to full-load spec standards, where the battery would likely have failed the test. I don’t know enough about battery tests to supervise the test.
Advance Auto Parts has a Catch-22 policy about honoring battery warranties. It seems that if I get a jump start to drive my car to their store, then the battery is going to test OK, so they won’t give me a replacement battery even though the relatively new battery was dead a half hour earlier. I got a new starter battery for my Prius a few months ago at Advance Auto. Today that battery was dead. I got a jump start and drove to Advance Auto. Their test said the battery was OK. A half hour earlier, the road service guy got a test figure of 53, when it should have been 450, but the Advance Auto employee said they could not take a report from road service, they had to do their own test. If I had had the car towed in with a dead starter battery, I guess I could have gotten a replacement. Because I had gotten a jump start, I was out of luck. My brother says that the person testing the battery at Advance Auto likely did not set the test to “spec” standards, where the battery would have failed the test. I don’t know enough about battery tests to supervise the test.
nik krenitsky 3
Asked for manual transmission fluid for a 96 f150 and they gave me ATF instead of gear oil. Another time I needed a single boot connector to repair one spark plug and the best that they could come up with was an entire Accel kit for 20 bucks, NAPA had the connector for just 90 cents. Another time i needed an oil filter for a 84 suzuki sj410 and they were hopeless at finding it even with the old one just because there wasnt a listing on their computer, again the people at NAPA found it in stock after 10 minutes of searching. There are nice people working here, but they know absolutely nothing about cars and cannot find the simplest things without a computer to look for them.