Looks like they call it LKQ Pick Your Part. This pick is from their website & shows the logo.
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They've always been awful proud of electric seats. I bought one for a T-bird in the 80s that was a crazy price. The cashier sounded like a game show announcer as he described all the features of my seat.
This time I paid $6 each for the 3 pieces of trim. I think they have a price list they follow, but have a lot of leeway as to what they charge. If I hit a top dollar jerk, I ditch my stuff somewhere & come back at another time, hoping to find someone else. Usually someone close to closing time gives better prices. The older (my age 😁) flirty lady at one yard always charges me lower prices.
At Anaheim there was a guy outside of the cashier window who called out prices to the guy inside. The guy inside wanted to charge more for that trim, but the outside guy told him no.
I also dress the part. Old stained clothes, sewn up tears, usually worn out looking boots. Dress like a working mechanic & I think you pay more. I think anyone who argues with them pays top dollar.
I've never been to the Sun Valley yard, but always thought it was bigger than most. It seems crazy to not organize the yard.
At their yards that I've been to (Monrovia, SFS, Anaheim, Ontario, Riverside, San Bernardino) I search online for the vehicle & find its row & space before I go. Once done with that vehicle, I wander the rows of similar stuff. So far they'e been organized by type.
I hope the others don't follow Sun Valley's plan. That sounds horrible.