After configuring the Make/Model/Year add-on settings and Clean URLs format, set up filters and assign products to them.

To configure the filters:

  1. In your store's Admin area, go to the section Catalog -> Make/Model/Year/Engine.

  2. Add the filters to "Level 1".

    • Click on the "New Make" button.


      If you defined the name "Make" for Level 1, the filters should correspond with the different "Makes" that you have in your catalog.

      If you used a different name for Level 1, you would see that name instead of "Make."


    • On the new line that appears, specify the name of the "Make" (or whatever other filter you are configuring).

    • If you want this element to display on the homepage promo block, enable the "Show on Front page" toggle.

    • Add as many filters as you need.

    • Click "Save changes."

  3. Proceed to configure filters for the following levels (Level 2, 3, etc.).
    For example, after adding a "Make," you need to add "Models" for it.
    To do so:

    • Click on the "Manage Model" link opposite the "Make" name.

    • On the page that opens, click the "New Model" button.

    • On the new line that appears, specify the name of the "Model" (or whatever other filter you are configuring).

    • If you want this element to display on the homepage promo block, enable the "Show on Front page" toggle.

    • Add as many filters at this level as you need.

    • Click "Save changes."


      Configuring filters for Level 3 and Level 4 ("Year," "Engine," or whatever other names you are using for them) should be done the same way as for the previous level.


  4. To provide additional details on the Level, configure the "Level Info" page as described here.

  5. After configuring filters for all levels, you will get the link "Manage Products."


    Use this link to add products that match the filters when a shopper uses them for product search.

    • If you have populated the store with products:
      - click the "Add product" button;


      - in the pop-up, select the products that match the filters you have configured.

    • If you have not added the products to your store's catalog yet, add them by CSV import.

      For details, see the Make/Model/Year Addon Data Import/Export.

When you complete the filter's configuration and assign products to filters, each product gets a new Fitment tab on the product details page. This tab records all available filter combinations for a product. Get more info on the product fitments here.

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