At I-55 Auto Salvage we take junk cars and sell you used engines, used parts, and used tires. If you live in Joliet, Aurora, Bolingbrook, or Morris, then you are just moments away from our auto salvage yard stocked with the best parts for your vehicle. Our computerized system is laser targeted to find the exact part you need quickly and efficiently. Our service is used by mechanics, auto dealerships and more. Our business customers call us for parts at discounted prices and then resell them to you. However, now you can get the auto parts you need yourself. By calling I-55 Auto Salvage, you can get parts for your car that you need without paying too much.
We have a variety of different parts on hand
Our on hand mechanical experts categorize all the parts and equipment of each car by date, class, and name brand. We have the widest available inventory of new and used parts for cars or trucks!
Get Parts Such as:
- a/c parts
- tail lamps
- trunk lids
- new and used door glass
- steering columns
- drive shaft
- rear end differentials
- spindles suspension parts
- ABS units
- power steering pumps
- rack pinion air bags
- air bags
- ECM power window switch
- steel and aluminum
At I-55 Auto Salvage we have what you need to complete your restoration project
If you're restoring an automobile and you don't want to import parts, call us and find out what parts we have that can make your job a lot easier. We have parts to just about any vehicle and at I-55 Auto Salvage, we make the process of locating the parts you need more fun, relaxing, and cheaper than you ever thought possible.
Call us to place an order, or just ask us for advice!
(815)467-2938 or (877)467-2941
|Monday - Friday||8:00am - 5:30pm, CST|
|Saturday||8:00am - 2:00pm, CST|
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What about junk yard parts?
Yes, the check engine light will come on if the speedo isn't working. It has a speed sensor located on the back side of the transmission directly below the throttle body. I would strongly recommend a new one of these sensors as they are pretty common to go bad. Has just two bolts that hold it on.