Motorcar Parts of America
Motorcar Parts of America (MPA) produces the highest quality starters, alternators, wheel hub
assemblies, bearings & master cylinders available in the aftermarket. MPA’s Pure Energy brand
of starters and alternators is offered in both 100% new, and as an industry leading
Pure Energy New Starters and Alternators are built with 100% new components in our ISO/TS
16949 certified facilities. Each component is tested during the manufacturing process, and each
finished unit is end-of-line tested to ensure they meet stringent quality standards.
Pure Energy Remanufactured Starters & Alternators also go through an extensive testing process
that starts with root cause analysis of cores. The remanufacturing process includes replacement
of every component prone to wear, as well as component and end-of-line testing of each unit
before it’s packaged, assuring a dependable, high quality product every time.
Xtreme HD brand starters and alternators are offered as both 100% new and remanufactured.
Designed to keep severe duty equipment on the job, they are made with upgraded components.
Each unit is tested to make certain it meets the specific HD performance requirements for the
application it fits.
MPA brands include: Pure Energy and Xtreme HD starters and alternators
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