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Automotive parts

This is a list of automotive parts which are manufactured components of automobiles:

Body and main parts

Body components, including windows and trim:

Doors

Windows

Electrical and electronics

Audio/video devices

Charging system

  • Alternator
    • Alternator bearing
    • Alternator bracket
    • Alternator fan
    • Other alternator parts

Electrical supply system

  • Battery
    • Performance battery
    • Battery box
    • Battery cable terminal
    • Battery cable
    • Battery control system
    • Battery plate
    • Battery tray
  • Voltage regulator

Gauges and meters

Ignition system

Lighting and signaling system

  • Engine bay lightinG
  • Fog light (also called foglamp)
  • Halogen
  • Headlight (also called headlamp)
    • Headlight motor
  • Interior light and lamp
  • License plate lamp (also called number plate lamp or registration plate lamp)
  • Side lighting
  • Tail light
    • Tail light cover

Sensors

  • Airbag sensor
  • Automatic transmission speed sensor
  • Camshaft position sensor
  • Coolant temperature sensor
  • Crankshaft position sensor
  • Engine sensor
  • Fuel level sensor
  • Fuel Pressure sensor
  • Knock sensor
  • Light sensor
  • Oil pressure sensor
  • O2 sensor

Starting system

Switches

  • Battery
  • Door switch
  • Ignition switch
  • Power window switch
  • Steering column switch
  • Switch cover
  • Switch panel
  • Thermostat
  • Frame switch
  • Parts and functions of starter system

Wiring harnesses

(wiring loom or cable loom)

  • Air conditioning harness
  • Engine compartment harness
  • Interior harness
  • Underfloor harness

Miscellaneous

  • Air bag control module
  • Alarm and siren
  • Central locking system
  • Chassis control computer
  • Cruise control computer
  • Door contact
  • Engine computer and management system
  • Engine control unit
  • Fuse
  • Ground strap
  • Grab Handle (aka "Oh S***" Handle)
  • Performance chip
  • Performance monitor
  • Relay connector
  • Remote lock
  • Shift improver
  • Speed controller
  • Speedometer calibrator
  • Transmission computer
  • Wiring connector

Interior

Floor components and parts

Other components

  • Trap (secret compartment)

Car seat

Powertrain and chassis

Braking system

Engine components and parts

Engine cooling system

  • Air blower
  • Coolant hose
  • Cooling fan
  • Fan blade
  • Fan clutch
  • Radiator
    • Radiator bolt
    • Radiator shroud
    • Radiator gasket
    • Radiator pressure cap
  • Water neck
  • Water neck o-ring
  • Water pipe
  • Water pump
  • Water pump gasket
  • Water tank


Engine oil system

Exhaust system

  • ely

Fuel supply system

  • Air filter
  • Carburettor
    • Carburettor parts
  • Choke cable
  • EGR valve
  • Fuel cap
  • Fuel cell
    • Fuel cell component
  • Fuel cooler
  • Fuel distributor
  • Fuel filter
  • Fuel filter seal
  • Fuel injector
  • Fuel injector nozzle
  • Fuel pump
  • Fuel pump gasket
  • Fuel pressure regulator
  • Fuel rail
  • Fuel tank
    • Fuel tank cover
  • Fuel water separator
  • Intake manifold
  • Intake manifold gasket
  • LPG (Liquefied petroleum gas) system assembly
  • Throttle body

Suspension and steering systems

Transmission system

  • Adjustable pedal
  • Axle shaft
  • Bell housing
  • Belt
  • Cam belt
  • Other belts
  • Carrier assembly
  • Chain wheel and sprocket
  • Clutch assembly
  • Clutch cable
  • Clutch disk
  • Clutch fan
  • Clutch fork
  • Clutch hose
  • Clutch lever
  • Clutch lining
    • Clutch pedal
    • Clutch pressure plate
    • Clutch shoe
    • Clutch spring
  • Differential
    • Differential case
      • Pinion bearing
      • Differential clutch
      • Spider gears
      • Differential casing
    • Differential flange
    • Differential gear
    • Differential seal
  • Flywheel
    • Flywheel ring gear
  • Gear
    • Gear coupling
    • Gear pump
    • Gear ring
    • Gear stick (gearstick, gear lever, selection lever, shift stick, gear shifter)
  • Gearbox
  • Idler gear
  • Knuckle
  • Master cylinder
  • Output shaft
  • Pinion
  • Planetary gear set
  • Prop shaft (drive shaft, propeller shaft)
  • Shift cable
  • Shift fork
  • Shift knob
  • Shift lever
  • Slave cylinder
  • Speed reducer
  • Speedometer gear
  • Steering gear
  • Torque converter
  • Transaxle housing
  • Transfer case
  • Transmission gear
  • Transmission pan
  • Transmission seal and bonded piston
  • Transmission spring
  • Transmission yolk
  • Universal joint (UJ, cardan joint)

Miscellaneous auto parts

Air conditioning system (A/C)

See also Air conditioning #Automobile air conditioners systems.

  • A/C clutch
  • A/C compressor
  • A/C condenser
  • A/C hose
  • A/C kit
  • A/C relay
  • A/C valve
  • A/C expansion valve
  • A/C low-pressure valve
  • A/C schrader valve
  • A/C INNER PLATE
  • A/C COOLER

Bearings

  • Ball joint
  • Grooved ball bearing
  • Needle bearing
  • Roller bearing
  • Sleeve bearing

Hoses

  • Fuel vapour hose
  • Reinforced hose (high-pressure hose)
  • Non-reinforced hose
  • Washer hose

Windshield wiper system

  • Wiper lever, arm, and blade
  • Wiper motor and linkage

Other miscellaneous parts

See also

References

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