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It's the EVAP vent solenoid. And I think you mean right rear.
They provide the driver with coverage of two significant blind spots. Especially in cities, there are numerous accidents with cyclists, pedestrians or even small cars being in that blind spot and being hit. These mirrors allow the driver to cover those blind spots and be sure no one is there before he begins a manoeuvre. Safety legislation in Europe may be ...
According to this https://www.yamahamotorcyclespares.co.uk/genuineparts/13208/8/yamaha%20xj6n/oil%20cleaner?uid=0 parts manual (image not copied to protect copyright) its the oil cooler assembly. Its also shown on the cooling images but not numbered https://www.yamahamotorcyclespares.co.uk/genuineparts/13208/6/yamaha%20xj6n/radiator%20&%20hose?uID=0. ...
Figured out it (thanks to a shove in the right direction by @mikes): It's the remote engine start accessory's antenna. I didn't think of it when I was asked if I had "add-ons" because it's an official Honda accessory (that I can't do without!) installed by the dealer before taking delivery. Specifically, see this exploded diagram part #4: I went back ...
I'm not positive, but it looks like a vent actuator. In most older vehicles there were manual vents down in the foot well area of the passenger cabin. You'd have to reach down to actuate it by pulling/pushing a knob. Since Buick's were a little more on the "high end" of the car food chain, they would have such controls at easier access to the driver (...
tl;dr: it's really called a coolant flange. I had also never heard of a coolant flange but it turns out that it's a real part and, based on the video, it's a part that fails around 120K miles (which sounds reasonable for the age of your vehicle. An example of a coolant flange repair. Some examples of coolant flanges (which seem to be common for Audis and ...
There is a hose that connects your air box to this As stated in comments, this is connection point for a PCV hose. The hose connects to the bottom of your air box that attaches to your carburetors. This hole allows for crankcase ventilation. Any gasses that should not be released into the atmosphere can be vented here. It should get pulled back into ...
That is the anti lock brake module or ABS. While it is in you engine compartment it has nothing to do with the engine. The reason it has a 4x4 sticker on it is that ABS for 4x4 vehicles is slightly different than the ABS on regular two wheel drive vehicles.
I'd need exact details to confirm, but this should put you on the right track: "Stopper, rear" This genuine part fits your 2007 BMW 1 Series (E82,E88) 135i. Stock Code 33316794866 ; 33316763411 Manufacturer BMW Categories Suspension - Rear > Rear axle with suspension Assemblies Rear axle carrier BMW of South Atlanta Parts 2007 E82,E88 ...
The tail lights on this car look like: (image source) The outer assembly is the one on the quarter panel: The inner assembly is the one on the trunk: I'm 99% sure of this, but note that it is the result of a bunch of Google searching, and generic product pictures on parts sites make finding a clear image confusing. If somebody could confirm this ...
I see what appears to be a A/C evaporator coil assembly housing based on the large aluminum tube at the top and a smaller one at the bottom. I would say that is the drain hole for the condensation to drain out. No hose required.
That part is the "lower engine cover assembly": Honda part number 74110-TR3-A20. The insert plates there are also available separately, the large part only seems to come as a full assembly: Lower front engine cover P/N 74114-TR0-A00 (not in your picture, it's the more angular insert) Lower rear engine cover P/N 74115-TR3-A20 (the rounded metal insert ...
This is a sway bar link. The usual symptoms related to this wear are a medium pitch clunk when going over small bumps and lessened body roll control on cornering.
You can find the parts list for Volvo online here. The link of interest will be Home> Volvo> V70> 2001> Electrical system> Switches, turn indicators, main and dipped beams, WIPER/WASHER And it looks like the smallest part they sell is the entire turn signal switch. It looks like they run between $67 and $148.. Hmm.. not cheap. The price depends on the ...
I could not get any junkyard to reply to my inquiry. I contacted the parts department directly at the dealership and they were able to order it at a reasonable price.
I was thinking on this and what could be done. I don't know exactly what the space is called, but I have another idea for you. Take some larger (whatever size you need for the main hole) nuts, align them, then weld them together. You can put how many ever you need together to make them the right width. You can also grind the ends down to make them exactly ...
It appears the following are rebuilt replacements for your alternator: WPS/Power Select PN: 14970N Pure Energy PN: 14778 Remy PN: 14918 The difference (it appears) between the AC to non-AC unit is the Amperage output: AC=90A; non-AC=65A. You will probably want to get a replacement alternator which has the capacitor (externally connected part as you've ...
I used to own a VW and it looks like a switch cover like for flashers,heater, etc.
It's called a coolant flange. Not totally familiar your your engine but there is usually two of them mounted to the engine. They are made out of plastic and are prone to cracking. I had to replace one last year on my Golf. As the others have said, be sure to get an OEM part since this is not very expensive and the OEM part should last a lot longer than a ...
You need a 65 Amps, 125 mm Stator Diameter, 12 V alternator. The exact one is mentioned in the link: VW Rabbit 1.6 Non AC alternator
My guess when it comes to your contact is that it is a standard 2x9 (2.54 mm/ 0.1 in) pin connector housed inside some company's exotic socket. My suggestion to you would be to get a IDC Socket 2x9 pin 0.1 in Female with ribbon cable. This seems to be supported by page 6-46 in the PDF that you linked. It seems that their 2x9 connector could also fit you ...
The Breather fitting is missing according to the diagram, you can buy one on Bike bandit. Original OEM Part number was 92005-1129 Also it looks like 92005-1017 may be a tube that attaches to it, but not sure, schematics are not that good. You could call BikeBandit on the phone to figure out what is missing.
The same parts often have vendor-specific names. I can't help but thinking that internal threading is optional, if you have room for a nut and lock washer on the far side. If this is the case, a trip to the plumbing store and a hacksaw will complete your needs.
It appears you can get the rebuild kit. See this. Something like that may be available in Europe/UK. It says the kit contains: complete gasket set, friction set, sealing rings, and metal clad seals. The friction set should make up the plateaux & disques, I would bet. You'd need the gasket set, obviously. The sealing rings and metal clad seals are obvious....
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