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The steering system utilized in many modern cars is a rack and pinion steering system.
The serpentine belt, also known as the drive belt, is a belt on a car engine that works with the idler, tensioner, and pulleys inside the accessory drive belt system.
The intake manifold gaskets are some of the most important gaskets found on an engine.
The brake master cylinder is one of the most important components found on modern car braking systems.
The coolant temperature sensor, also known as the coolant temperature switch, is an engine management system sensor that is used to monitor the temperature of the engine’s coolant.
The canister purge solenoid is an emissions control component that is commonly found on the evaporative emissions (EVAP) system of many modern vehicles.
A guide for what you should know.
A broken timing belt could cause a very expensive problem.
You won't want to be driving on it long.
The fuel pump relay is an electronic component that is found on virtually all vehicles equipped with an internal combustion engine.
The idle control valve, also commonly referred to as the idle air control valve, is an engine management component that is found in one form or another on the majority of road going vehicles.
If your vehicle doesn't drive like it used to, has the check engine light illuminated or refuses to start, you may want to take a look at your camshaft position sensor.
The ECU is your car's main computer.
One of the most important, and most forgotten, components of the ignition system.
Anti-theft systems are designed to prevent your vehicle from being stolen, but if it isn't working, you'll need to find a way to shut the system off so your car will return to normal operation.