Engine parts

Automobile engines are complicated mechanisms that are made up of several internal parts that work like clockwork to produce that power that moves your vehicle. In order for the engine to operate properly it needs all of its parts to be in good condition. One fault can be disastrous! Let’s take a look at the main parts of the engine.
Engine block
The block is the main part of the engine. All other parts of the motor are essentially bolted to it. Inside the block is where the magic happens, such as combustion.
Pistons pump up and down as the spark plugs fire and the pistons compress the air/fuel mix. This reciprocating energy is converted to rotary motion and transferred to the tires by the transmission, via the driveshaft, to make them spin.
Cylinder head
The cylinder head is attached to the top of the block in order to seal the area to prevent the loss of gases. The spark plugs, valves and other parts are fitted to it.
Crankshaft  Located near the bottom of the engine block, this is the part that converts energy from reciprocating to rotary.
The camshaft opens and closes the valves in perfect timing with the rest of the parts.
The valves regulate the flow of air, fuel and exhaust fumes inside the cylinder head. There are both intake valves and exhaust valves.
Oil pan
The oil pan, also known as the oil sump, is attached to the bottom of the engine and stores all the oil used in the lubrication of the engine.
When an engine is rebuilt all of these parts will be cleaned and machined as needed to return them to a like new condition.

Chassis parts

Know Your Vehicle

Chassis is a collective term for all the parts of a vehicle except the body work. Every major part of a vehicle is collectively called chassis. It includes wheels, brakes, suspension systems, axles, engine, etc.

Knowing about your vehicle is incredibly important when it comes to caring for and maintaining it properly. If there’s one part of your car you should understand better, it’s the chassis.

Chassis Is the Canvas of the Car

A chassis is one of the most important components of a vehicle, without which the car would have no structure. It is the canvas in which the final construction of the vehicle is placed upon. Chassis are usually made of carbon steel. More recently, as a way to create more inexpensive vehicles, some chassis have been made with aluminum.

Chassis Parts Maintenance

Car Chassis Parts Need Constant Lubrication

Your chassis should be inspected and lubricated every six months. You can do this yourself, or you can take it to a nearby mechanic or dealership to handle the maintenance. If your suspension is starting to squeak or creak, this is a sign there isn’t enough lubrication on your chassis and you should address that immediately.

Always Keep Your Chassis Clean

It’s also important to keep your chassis clean. Since it is the underside of your vehicle, it is very common for the chassis to become caked with dirt and mud. Keeping the chassis clean will not only improve your vehicle’s lifespan, but also its current driving performance. This can easily be done at home with sponges, water, and if required, a degreaser for any oil that may be present. Be sure to dry the painted areas to keep them from rusting.

Car/vehicles body parts

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Car electronic parts

What are the parts of the Electrical System of a Car?

The major components of Electrical System in a car are:

1. Power Generator – Alternator / Dynamo: It generates electricity, drawing power from the engine. It generates enough power to meet all the requirements of all the electrical components in a car.

2. Power Bank – Battery: It supplies power to start the car. Also, supplies power to various equipments when generator is not able to provide enough power e.g. playing car radio with engine off or heavy duty lamps and air-con at idle rpm.

3. Engine firing – Ignition Coil / Fuel pump switch: Petrol (Gasoline) engines need spark to fire (or burn the fuel) the cylinder. For diesel engine, the pump has to be kept on – which is usually done by a solenoid switch, to keep injecting fuel into the engine to keep it running.

4. Cooling Fans: In earlier days, the cooling fans (radiator fan) were coupled with engine. But with front wheel drives and advancements, the cooling fans are controlled electronically i.e. they are switched on when there is a requirement using a thermostat. The fans run on electricity.

5. Air-Con Blower: This is another fan responsible for circulating from air-con to car cabin.

6. Lighting – Head Lamps, Tail Lamps, Blinkers, Brake Lights etc: They are wired on a central circuit running throughout the car.

7. Motor / Actuators – Wiper, Power Window etc: The are used to carry out various functions in the car including controls for side (wing) mirrors.

8. On-Board Computer – ECU: It is the Electronic Control Unit, managing various functions in the car.

9. Fuse Box / Relays: They manage current in the car. Fuses prevent the electrical equipments from frying in case of faulty alternator, wiring etc. Relays do the switching of heavy electrical items in the car.

10. Combination Switch: It is the switch assembly that sits under the steering wheel and used to control various things like head lights, wipers etc.

11. Peripherals Systems – like stereo, clocks, cabin lights, trunk lights.

12. Signal Transmission: Today cars run on electronics which involve a range of sensors, transmitters etc for tyre pressure, crash sensing, oil levels etc.

13. Wiring.

14. Starter Motor: It is responsible for cranking the car to start the engine. It draws power from battery.

Car auto accessories

Are you delighted and intrigued with trinkets and gadgets for your car? Do you take pride in having the latest invention that compliments your car or enhances your driving experience? Do you revel in the comfort of a decked out interior? Maybe you simply have to have everything on the market to protect your car and its occupants. We’re here to help. For all the accessories addicts out there, this page is for you.

“Accessories” is a broad term. An accessory can improve your comfort while driving, enhance vehicle and personal safety, improve vehicle utility and storage, or defend your vehicle against the ravages of the environment and driving conditions… and some are just plain fun.

The Autogeek team has searched the globe seeking the most timely, cost effective, user friendly, durable… and even FUN accessories to help you improve your driving enjoyment. If you have been searching for that unique or hard-to-find accessory, surely we have it here. Many of these items make great gifts for the auto enthusiast or the everyday driver.

So go on—indulge yourself, we won’t tell. We’re all in this together.


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