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Vehicles are required to have belts to drive the water pump and accessories.

Most vehicle owners are quite familiar with the operation of most ancillary systems including air conditioning, alternators, and power steering.

Unless you drive a newfangled hybrid or electric car, the AC compressor in your vehicle is driven off a belt.

When your engine is running, it creates power that is used for more than just accelerating.

There are a variety of components that make up the cooling system of a car.

Both superchargers and turbochargers are used on today’s vehicles to provide extra power and performance.

The drive belt that is on a car runs nearly all of the major components of the engine.

Most newer vehicles come with two air injections systems.

Whether you have a gasoline or diesel powered vehicle, your primary source of keeping the engine cool is a fully functioning coolant system.

When Phil and Marion Roots filed a patent in 1860 for the first supercharger little did they know that their power-adder originally intended for blast furnaces would revolutionize hot rodding, motorsports, and even the OEM automotive world.

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 power steering belt is an important part of the power steering system in your vehicle.

A drive belt tensioner is a pulley mounted on a spring mechanism or adjustable pivot point that is used to keep tension on the engine belts.

The AC compressor belt is a very simple component that plays a very important part in the AC system.

The AC belt is probably the most simple component of a vehicle's AC system, but still a very important one.

Keeping a car’s battery charged is the job of an alternator.

Your car’s alternator is what delivers energy to your vehicle’s battery.

The air pump is a common emission component found on many road vehicles, and particularly older vehicles with V8 engines.

You car’s timing belt is a big part of what makes your car run smoothly.

Serpentine belts are one of those odd components that just help everything else inside the vehicle hang together and just work by helping everything else become synchronized.

The idler pulley system drives a car’s alternator and is part of a belt and pulley system that also covers power steering, the air compressor, and other devices.

The accessory belt, which is located on the front of the engine, is an important part that controls the function of the vehicle.

What are timing belts and timing chains, and how do they differ from one another? Well, the simple answer is that one is a belt, and one is a chain.

Your car’s engine has a number of mechanical parts attached to it that perform essential functions like delivering power (the alternator), cooling your engine (the water pump), helping you to drive more easily (the power steering pump) and keeping you comfortable (the air conditioner compressor).

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