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A heavy oil used in compression-ignition engines.
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a subsidiary of Fiat S. p. A.
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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 South Korean multinational automaker headquartered in Seoul, South Korea
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Use for questions related to fuel economy.
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Questions about headlights, including main and dipped beams, dim-dip systems, etc
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brand of off road utility vehicles owned by the Chrysler Group, LLC.
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Often the first job for an amateur mechanic. Questions regarding changing the engine lubricant oil, or problems resulting from doing so.
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used to ignite the fuel-air mixture in a petrol/gasoline engine.
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An engine accessory which generates alternating current (AC). The electricity is then fed through diodes which converts it from AC to direct current (DC), which is usable by the automobile in general.…
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a heat transfer device that allows air to pass freely over fines that conduct heat from liquid circulated within an engine to cool it.
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turn an internal combustion engine to begin the combustion process.
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Anything to do with repairs
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Descended from the first motor car manufacturer, now a luxury German carmaker and part of the Daimler group.
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questions regarding manual transmissions and gearboxes
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multiply force that is inputted through a vehicle's steering wheel by the operator of the vehicle. Newer vehicles can possibly utilize electric motors to power the p…
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Pontiac was a brand of automobile manufactured and sold by General Motors (GM); though production ended in 2009, Pontiac remains a registered and active trademark of GM.
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An acronym for "Check Engine Light"
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Questions about the steering system of a vehicle, including the wheel, column, rack, and linkages. For power steering specific questions, use the 'power-steering' tag
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Questions about troubleshooting and solving rough idle problems
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Questions about paintwork, including repairing damage, preparation and care for existing paintwork
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repair motor vehicles. Avoid shopping questions.
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For questions about the wiring of a car(apparatus that connects electrical circuits).
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Anything to do with cleaning the interior or exterior or removing things like stickers and decals.
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Swedish carmaker known for solidly built cars and early adoption of safety features.
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Referring to vehicle engine temperature, where the engine exhibits steaming or in worse case scenario, engine seizing (completely stop running due to internal parts bonding - temporarily or permanentl…
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"Shifting" refers to the act of cycling through different sized gears in a transmission with the goal of maintaining the engine's optimum power output while the vehicle is accelerating. Shifting gears…
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A Japanese car and motorbike manufacturer, noted for small, nimble cars like the swift, and bikes like the GSXR
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Referring to the portion of a wheel brake which slows the rotation of the wheels/tires to slow or stop a vehicle. Friction is applied through pads by way of a caliper to reduce the rotational speed. T…
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General lighting questions, such as those relating to changing bulbs, diagnosing lighting faults, etc
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Questions regarding Volkswagen's popular family Hatchback.
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A device on an internal combustion engine that meters the flow of fuel at a particular dynamic rate into an internal combustion engine
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a series of mid-size (originally compact) automobiles manufactured by Toyota since 1982 and sold in the majority of automotive markets throughout the world. The name "Camry" is an …
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A device that monitors a particular function and provides data to be consumed by other systems to adjust and attribute to that system based upon the information forwarded by the sensor.
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