Headquartered in Melbourne, Florida, Premier Auto Parts is your #1 choice for wholesale aftermarket and OEM parts nationwide. With over 70 years of combined auto parts procurement and sales experience, our team is dedicated to our customers’ satisfaction. We don’t just take orders; we personally assist each and every client to ensure you get the correct parts you need to get the job done. We take pride and joy in offering our expertise and our advice, resulting in numerous loyal customers, not to mention our top-quality auto parts. Our customers include Salvage Yards, Automotive Recyclers, and Warehouse Distributors, as well as local and national car service and maintenance businesses.
Premier Auto parts of Melbourne, Florida, is your one-stop-shop for all your online automotive needs. We stock new, OEM, replacement, surplus, and take-offs for most major brands including GM, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Nissan, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota, Volkswagen and many more! Need a specialized part? No problem! We love the challenge of locating hard-to-find and specialized parts for you and your customers.
Whether you need auto or truck parts for routine maintenance or for a special project, we offer it all! We offer part finding services for most imports and domestics, no matter how rare the part may be, and stock hundreds of thousands of parts in our large, pristine warehouse.
Other online parts stores and wholesalers just can’t compare to Premier Auto Parts when it comes to our personal customer care, extensive automotive knowledge, and quality parts. We use only well-trusted carriers when shipping our products, and we also offer free shipping on all qualified orders. All packages are handled with care and shipped quickly to our customers. We intend to be the leading nationwide supplier of automotive and truck parts by offering our customers the best combination of superior service and affordable pricing for high-quality parts and accessories.
We are locals and have our own families, so we care about you, our customers, just as much as you care about your vehicles. We know what we are doing and we don’t just look up parts or serial numbers on our computers. Our staff will explain differences in brands and explain your options, simplifying your search for parts and performance needs and accessories. Everything from diagnostics and troubleshooting, to helping you select the right filters or windshield wipers, our automotive parts professionals are always prepped and ready to have an honest chat with you about the best options for your vehicle(s). Let’s face it, you don’t always need the most expensive aftermarket brakes or performance air filter, so allow us to point you in the right direction for your aftermarket brands and performance options so that you get exactly what you need without overpaying unnecessarily.
Our automotive professionals at Premier Auto Parts can also help you find a reliable, trustworthy car maintenance or service business in your area that will take good care of your car. Your car is relied upon to take you everywhere; it’s part of your daily life. Keeping your car well-maintained is essential not only to your safety, but to the safety of your passengers as well. That is why taking precautionary steps with preventative maintenance can highly benefit you and your vehicle. Also, if you notice even the slightest change in the normal behavior of your car, it is always best to seek a professional auto mechanic as soon as possible. Even if the abnormal behavior seems very minor, it could lead to a much bigger and potentially more disastrous mechanical or electrical problem.
Maintaining your vehicle should be done on a monthly basis, and any preventative maintenance you can accomplish can benefit you in more ways than one. For example, we all want better gas mileage, especially those of you that have long commutes to and from work and home. There are a few minor parts you can replace to extend the gas mileage of your car’s engine, also saving you money on gas in the long run. All of these parts you can buy online from Premier Auto Parts, and even do it yourself to save money taking your car to a mechanic.
First, and one of the most obvious, is your spark plugs. They are inexpensive and moderately simple to replace, depending on your vehicle. Spark plugs ignite the fuel/air mixture in your engine’s combustion chamber. Replacing the spark plugs with new or better quality ones will cause your engine to run cleaner and more efficiently. Second is your vehicle’s air filter. The air filter is responsible for filtering all the air coming into your engine. Therefore, a dirty or dusty air filter reduces your gas mileage, especially if your car is over 10 years old. Air filters are very easy to replace and should be done about every 30,000 miles. A higher quality or performance air filter can boost your gas mileage even further. The third important maintenance step to improve your car’s gas mileage is replacing or upgrading the oxygen sensor. Oxygen sensors monitor the exhaust flow before and after the catalytic converter, and send this data to the engine’s computer which adjusts the fuel injection level accordingly. So obviously if the oxygen sensor is faulty, then the data sent to the car’s computer is inaccurate. Replacing your vehicle’s oxygen sensor is moderately easy, and it is highly suggested you replace the sensor if your car has over 100,000 miles on it. Usually if a sensor is bad or faulty, your check engine light will come on and the appropriate code will alert you as to the problem. The Fourth important part replacement is the mass air flow sensor which measures air flow coming into the engine, sending that information to the engine’s computer. This regulates fuel injection, the ignition system, and the transmission shifting gears. When the mass air flow sensor gets dirty or dusty, the information it sends to the computer is not accurate, which greatly affects fuel economy. It is very easy to replace on your own and relatively inexpensive. Last, but certainly not least, is your tires. Other than the obvious function of providing traction and handling for your car or truck, they can also affect your gas mileage. Tires that are underinflated, out of alignment or worn out can definitely reduce fuel economy. Tires naturally lose air over time, so you should check your vehicles’ tire pressure monthly to ensure optimum handling and gas mileage, and extend the life of your tires.