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Device on motor vehicles which allows a vehicle, once set, to maintain speed without driver intervention.
Safety feature found in most new vehicles. Is part of the Supplemental Restrain System (SRS). Usually found in the center of the steering wheel and in the dash on the passenger side of the vehicle. Ai…
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at the same temperature as it's surroundings (vehicle has not been run for a long time).
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Acronym meaning "Do It Yourself"
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A Ford pick-up, commonly referred to as a 1/2 ton.
Catch all tag which can refer to the "brain" of the car which can control the engine and/or transmission of the vehicle. This would include such terms as PCM (powertrain control module), ECM (engine c…
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Filter outside air before it enters the engine. Helps prevent engine damage. Filter element may be dry or oil soaked. May be made out of paper, cotton fiber, or oil-bath in older engines (elements may…