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Have been scrolling up and down in Amazon Warehouse deals related to Automotive Parts and Accessories. But I couldn't filter out the deals that were exact fit for my car.
I figured out a way to filter all amazon warehouse deal based on the exact fit for your car:

1. First thing first, add your car (as specific as possible to your amazon account)

2. (in a browser) Open up an item from amazon that has vehicle specific information: such as this one: https://www.amazon.com/K2069-Dril...way&sr=8-4

3. On the top left hand under "See similar products that fit this vehicle:" click on "Replacement Parts" after making sure that your vehicle is correctly selected in drop-down menu. You may add Engine, Trim or other information if necessary, at this step.

4. From the new URL Copy the text that begins with "&vehicle=" until the end. For example: "&vehicle=2007-67-881------------2" is for a 2007 Nissan Altima.


5. Open one of the percentage discount links from below (that has been posted before by other OPs)

90% or more discount: https://www.amazon.com/s?bbn=1015...t=as%3Aoff

80% or more discount: https://www.amazon.com/s?bbn=1015...t=as%3Aoff

70% or more discount: https://www.amazon.com/s?bbn=1015...t=as%3Aoff

60% or more discount: https://www.amazon.com/s?bbn=1015...t=as%3Aoff


6. Paste the partial URL link that you copied in step 4 at the end of the URL from step 5.
Congratulations! Now you have all deals filtered by your vehicle fit! I know it is a bit long. but overall, it will save your time. I hope this is helpful!

Example: The main link is filtered for 70% of more for 2007 Nissan Altima.

https://www.amazon.com/s?bbn=1015...---------2
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It's a shame you have to do all this just to get Amazon's search to work properly.I have to go to a third party website just to find good Amazon Instant Video sales. What's even the point of having sales if they are so hard to find?
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I wish I understood what Amazon is comparing for 60%, 70%, 80% or 90% off. When I looked at items that were supposedly 70% off, a used-acceptable item, which was the lowest cost was marked down by 23% from the new price. How is that 70% off? That is just one example of many. How does Amazon math work?
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I wish I understood what Amazon is comparing for 60%, 70%, 80% or 90% off. When I looked at items that were supposedly 70% off, a used-acceptable item, which was the lowest cost was marked down by 23% from the new price. How is that 70% off? That is just one example of many. How does Amazon math work?
In my experience, they only compare the lowest new or used price (you can't pick) not including shipping (even tho you have to pay it from 3rd party sellers, it's not included against free shipping prices) from any seller vs. their phantom high MSRPs. There's also some lag if something crazy cheap sold out in the last hour, that item, even tho its cheap price doesn't show up, is still listed.
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It's a shame you have to do all this just to get Amazon's search to work properly.I have to go to a third party website just to find good Amazon Instant Video sales. What's even the point of having sales if they are so hard to find?
I have to agree with you. Amazon seriously makes it hard to filter any searches and especially for the real deals vs. the crap they try to unload in daily and lightening deals. Thankfully I have found a few awesome websites that are specifically made to filter Amazon, but honestly they really should make both the website and app more user friendly, especially for paying members. The app is nearly useless and ridiculously slow. I hate having to open a web browser on my phone try to get the search results I want. BTW, what site do you use to find the video deals?
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Thanks for the work and the instructions. I managed to find a good deal on something I needed.
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It's a shame you have to do all this just to get Amazon's search to work properly.I have to go to a third party website just to find good Amazon Instant Video sales. What's even the point of having sales if they are so hard to find?
Which site do you use?
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I have to agree with you. Amazon seriously makes it hard to filter any searches and especially for the real deals vs. the crap they try to unload in daily and lightening deals. Thankfully I have found a few awesome websites that are specifically made to filter Amazon, but honestly they really should make both the website and app more user friendly, especially for paying members. The app is nearly useless and ridiculously slow. I hate having to open a web browser on my phone try to get the search results I want. BTW, what site do you use to find the video deals?
Which site(s) do you use?
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Nice trick, thanks! Nothing for me, but reps!
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This procedure doesn't work for a 2008 Silverado. It adds it as a "vehicleid=1" as soon as you specify in the dropdown.
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Thanks for the detailed instructions. When I clicked on Replacement Parts, the URL just redirected to amazon.com/s and didn't show an &vehicle link in the address bar --- so I got it to work by right-clicking on Replacement Parts and clicking "Copy address link", pasted, then copied the &vehicle portion of the pasted URL. Just in case anyone has this issue.
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the links are ruined by slickdeals injecting crap into them. not sure how to make it work with all the extra referral junk
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Nothing for me either, but reps for the instructions for finding finding the right parts.
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Amazon's search is crap. They deliberately filter out certain cheap items with an algorithm so you can't find them. Sometimes I try to sort low to high, and number of items gets cut in half. Then sort high to low, and it magically goes back to the full results. I have to go to the last page and go backwards to find what I want. It should be illegal TBH. There should ALWAYS be a "view all results" option. (They took it away a few months ago.) The algorithm helps me find what's more profitable to Amazon rather than what I actually want to buy.
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the links are ruined by slickdeals injecting crap into them. not sure how to make it work with all the extra referral junk
The true url could be posted here as "code", which will show the pure text without links. You'd have to copy/paste it into your browser.
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