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Selling car parts on Amazon - how does it work?

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November 15, 2016 - 2:41 pm
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is there anybody here who sells car parts on amazon uk or de?
How configure my listings to fit them to correct car brand and model?


Paul Cartwright
West Midlands, UK

November 15, 2016 - 9:15 pm
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Hi Damian,

We sell tyres on amazon.

If you go into cars tyres on amazon it gives you drop selection for the size and it takes that information from the technical info part of the listing. When using m2epro this the specifics that they are say are desired/recommended etc.

Just took a quick look at brake pads and it has oem part number in the technical info which relates to the car in your garage so assume that it knows what part numbers fit which car.

Hope that helps

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Rodney - UE
November 17, 2016 - 5:18 am

As an addition to what Paul said, here is a tutorial as to how to configure M2E Pro for Amazon; it is very general, but adding it to what Paul has posted can help:



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November 17, 2016 - 6:57 am
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Thx Paul for your answer.
I saw ebay has quite complex system for car parst and I wondered how amazon handled that. I hope it is as simple as it look :)

Rodney, thank you, but I am quite familiar with m2e :) I was just looking for answers about car parts, which are new to me.



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