Through PartsPal's CSV upload functionality, you can easily upload and make bulk changes to your Config fitment.

In this guide

  1. Downloading the .csv template

  2. Formating your .csv file

  3. Uploading your .csv file to PartsPal


1. Downloading the .csv template

Firstly download the CSV file template here.

.CSV template download


2. Formatting your .csv file

There are 3 sections of the file.

  1. Part number and brands

    If you haven't done so, you will first need to upload your product files to PartsPal.
    You can find more information on how to upload your product files here

    You will then be able to add the fitment to your part number and brands.

  2. Vehicle base properties

    Vehicle base properties are the properties such as Make, Model, Year, Engine Base, Drive Type, and Year that could determine part fitment. There are over 50 vehicle base properties. The full list is available below and in the CSV Template.

    Ensure that you use the headers provided in the CSV Template. e.g. "SubmodelName", not "Submodel".

    Best practices:

    1. You can remove the headers that are not relevant to you.

    2. The base properties need to match the attributes in the UVDB list.

    3. You can have multiple lines of fitment for a part number

  3. Action

    You can either "ADD" or "DELETE" the fitment.


    Example of deleting fitment.
    - e.g. Nissan Pulsar 1998-2005. If you want to remove the years 2004 & 2005, you will have to delete the existing fitment and reupload it with the correct years.


3. Uploading your .csv file to PartsPal

Once you have prepared your file, select the File Upload Manager tab on PartsPal and select Fitment.

If your file contains an error, PartsPal will display an error message. You will be able to expand on the errors and fix them in your spreadsheet.


List of vehicle base properties

  • FromYearName

  • ToYearName

  • FromMonthName

  • ToMonthName

  • MakeName

  • ModelName

  • BaseVehicleName

  • SubmodelName

  • AspirationName

  • EngineDesignationName

  • EngineMfrName

  • EngineVinName

  • EngineVersionName

  • ValvesName

  • EngineLiterName

  • EngineCylindersName

  • EngineBlockTypeName

  • EnginePowerOutputName

  • FuelDeliveryTypeName

  • FuelDeliverySubtypeName

  • FuelSystemControlTypeName

  • FuelSystemDesignName

  • FuelTypeName

  • IgnitionSystemTypeName

  • CylinderHeadTypeName

  • DriveTypeName

  • MfrBodyCodeName

  • TransmissionTypeName

  • TransmissionControlTypeName

  • TransmissionMfrCodeName

  • TransmissionMfrName

  • TransmissionNumSpeedsName

  • TransmissionElecControlName

  • FrontSpringTypeName

  • RearSpringTypeName

  • SteeringSystemName

  • SteeringTypeName

  • FrontBrakeTypeName

  • RearBrakeTypeName

  • BrakeAbsName

  • BrakeSystemName

  • BodyTypeName

  • BodyNumDoorsName

  • BedLengthName

  • BedTypeName

  • WheelBaseName

  • SteeringSideName

  • SeriesName

  • OriginRegionName

  • RegionName

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