The repairable condition would be identified. Then, the replacement components would be utilized for the repair. The collision repair company will contact the customer for consent prior to performing any work, and if additional work is required. The client will be provided with a specific amount of time or cost. When parts are categorized as new, they adhere to the original manufacturer’s specifications. Either the vehicle manufacturer or an independent firm manufactures them. The Collision Shop will inform you whether non-original parts will be utilized to complete the repair. The prices and quality of components vary. Parts that have been remanufactured, rebuilt, or reconditioned are often in good functioning condition. The manufacturer provides a warranty for replacement parts; the customer is only responsible for the installation labor. Salvage consists of used parts removed from a vehicle without modification; they may be the only source for some items. The customer will receive a completed repair order detailing the Honda mechanic’s efforts. It will include each repair, parts supplied, the cost of each part, labor charges, and the car’s odometer readings at the time you dropped off the vehicle and when the repair order was finished.