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Wednesday, 14 April 2010 18:08

GM Parts has extended the popular Fast-Cash program to June 30

GM Parts is adding body structural components to the list of eligible parts in its Fast-Cash rebate program. The program rewards body shops for converting aftermarket collision parts on their estimates and order sheets with genuine GM Parts.

GM Parts has extended the popular Fast-Cash program to June 30. It was previously scheduled to end March 31.

“When it comes to replacement body structural components, customers want the assurance they are as safe as the original parts and that’s what they get with Genuine GM Parts,” said Derek Dean, GM Customer Car and Aftersales wholesale associate marketing manager. “Our replacement structural parts are just like those used to build the car on the assembly line and by adding them to our Fast-Cash program, we are providing a great incentive for collision professionals to use O.E. components.”

The eligible body structural components and their rebate values include:
• Bumpers – $20 rebate
• Energy absorbers – $20 rebate
• Bumper reinforcement bars – $20 rebate
• Radiator core supports – $20 rebate.

The Fast-Cash program offers Visa gift cards loaded with the rebate values of the parts. A $20-per-part rebate is also offered on fascias, headlamp assemblies and tail lamp assemblies. A $40 rebate is offered on hoods.

“Along with the safety considerations, using genuine GM Parts is important for factory-style fit, finish and quality – and customers consistently say they’re more satisfied when Genuine GM Parts are used on their GM vehicle,” said Dean.

The parts covered in the Fast-Cash program are eligible for a rebate whenever GM Parts are specified or replace aftermarket parts on a repair shop order of estimate. Collision repair professionals can go to to enroll and learn more about the program. After that, it’s a matter of following the simple instructions to submit a rebate claim. Shops can also learn more from their GM collision parts dealer.

There are no limits on the number of rebates a shop can claim during the promotion period that ends June 30, but the repair order and parts invoice covered by each rebate claim must be dated within six weeks of each other. Complete program rules can be found at or by calling the program headquarters: 877-348-1822. GM reserves the right to change or cancel the program.

Valuable repair resources, including free collision repair instructions for GM vehicles, service bulletins and more, are available at

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