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The group of components in a motor vehicle that generate power and deliver it to the road surface. These components can include the engine, transmission or transaxle, transfer case (if so equipped), d…
Adjustments applied to the front and rear wheels of a vehicle which allows the vehicle to track correctly. The adjustments usually referred to are camber, caster, and toe-in. Adjustments are usually a…
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Luxury division of the Honda Motor Corporation. Available since 1986 in the US & Canada.
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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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Anti-Lock Brakes, a saftey system that allows the driver to maintain control of the car during a panic stop. The system prevents the wheels from locking up.
Usually refers to when a vehicle can apply power to all four wheels/tires. This capability is "on demand" and is switched on/off by the driver. This tag is differentiated from the AWD tag for this rea…
catalyze pollutant gasses found in exhaust gasses. Is normally located after the exhaust header, but before the muffler. Can be configured as 2-way or a…
A Division of General Motors. Includes models such as Grand National, Riviera, Gran Sport, Regal, Enclave, LaCrosse, and others.
Device on motor vehicles which allows a vehicle, once set, to maintain speed without driver intervention.
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