Major Replacement Part Law and Legal Definition

According to 49 USCS § 33101 [Title 49. Transportation; Subtitle VI. Motor Vehicle And Driver Programs; Part C. Information, Standards, and Requirements; Chapter 331. Theft Prevention], the term major replacement part means "a major part that is

(A) an original major part in or on a completed motor vehicle and customized or modified after manufacture of the vehicle but before the time of its delivery to the first purchaser; or

(B) not installed in or on a motor vehicle at the time of its delivery to the first purchaser and the equitable or legal title to the vehicle has not been transferred to a first purchaser."