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Internal Combustion Engine. Most engines in road going vehicles are 4-cycle internal combustion gasoline engines.
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a Japanese auto and motorcycle maker which produces vehicles for worldwide use, producing models such as the Civic, Accord, Ridgeline, and Odyssey.
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Concerning the main electrical system of a motor vehicle or internal combustion engine. Consider a different tag for radios and other such systems.
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US-based multinational carmaker with subsidiaries in Europe and Australia
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A two wheeled motor vehicle.
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a Japanese automaker which produces vehicles for worldwide use, producing models such as the Camry, Tundra, Prius and Corolla
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A rechargeable device most often made of lead plates covered in an electrolyte and protected by a plastic shell which supplies consistent electrical energy to a motor vehicle. Often referred to as an …
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typically driven by either pneumatic or hydraulic systems that multiply the force applied by an operator to slow a vehicles rate of speed through the use of friction.
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Questions regarding problems starting an engine. May be related to the starter system or other problems preventing the engine from running
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General Motors brand of motor vehicle.
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A petroleum based rubber mounted on the wheels of vehicles to provide a higher friction coefficient between a vehicle and a road surface.
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Fuel system covers the components of a car responsible for fuel delivery; tanks, pumps, filters, pipes. Questions on carburettors and injection systems have individual tags
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questions regarding either manual or automatic gearboxes and their component parts.
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should be used for anything related to the use of automotive engine oil, or in reference to other parts of the car that also require lubrication using oil.
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Questions about general routine maintenance of a vehicle or engine.
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a German automaker with worldwide presence, producing vehicles such as the Golf/Rabbit, Jetta, Passat and Eos.
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A compact vehicle produced by Honda offered in sedan and coupe versions.
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The clutch disengages the engine from the gearbox in a manual-transmission car, enabling the driver to change gear.
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Questions regarding automatic gearboxes, and associated parts such as torque converters
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A multinational automaker headquartered in Japan. Formally marketed as Datsun until approx 1982-1984.
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What does this sound mean questions. Please describe where the noise is coming from, at least generally.
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Questions about Air conditioning systems - other Heating and ventilation questions should use 'hvac'
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Japanese carmaker known for a variety of small hatchbacks, and the ever-popular mx5/miata sports car
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miscible in water and used to remove heat from the engine. Also see [tag:cooling-system] for related components such as the radiator and water-pump.
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Questions about finding what the problem is.
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A luxury German auto & motorcycle maker producing such vehicles as 330i, 540i & x5
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the term given to the system of springs, shock absorbers and linkages that connects a vehicle to its wheels. -Wikipedia
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An electrical system that handles the spark component of the ignition process. Ignition systems are comprised of but not limited to ignition coils, ECU, signal generators, spark plugs and wires, dist…
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On-Board Diagnostics-II (OBD-II). Questions usually involve scan tools, their use and their compatibility, as well as how to interpret Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs).
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Questions regarding OEM and aftermarket in-car audio / ICE equipment.
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Japanese carmaker well known for its 4-wheel-drive models and boxer engines.
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Questions relating to a vehicle's roadwheels - e.g. questions about balancing, wheel types, and damage to wheels.
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a wheeled, self-propelled vehicle. Normally, a car has 4 wheels and is designed for the transport of passengers. Depending upon locale, cars may also be called 'autos.'
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a subsidiary of Fiat S. p. A.
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Questions about Exhaust systems, Catalytic Converters and Headers/Manifolds
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A heavy oil used in compression-ignition engines.