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Production year 1975.
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Production year 2006.
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Model nomenclature used on BMW vehicles.
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Model of Volvo automobile produced between 1987 and 1997. Succeeded by the S40/V40.
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Transmission manufactured by GM for use in cars and trucks. This transmission has four forward gears (three drive/one over-drive) and one reverse gear. This transmission should be differentiated from …
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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…
Mid to Large vehicle produced by the Chrysler Corporation between 1982-1993.
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Referring to the model of car produced by Swedish car manufacturer Volvo. Produced from 1991 to 1997. Can be found as a sedan or station wagon. First Volvo to be exported to North America with front-w…
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Model of vehicle produced by the Swedish auto manufacturer Saab. It was produced from 1997-2012. This should not be confused with the Saab 95, which a different model entirely.
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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.
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Questions about Air conditioning systems - other Heating and ventilation questions should use 'hvac'
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Vehicle model made by the Honda Motor Corporation. This automobile has been produced from 1975 to present.
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Luxury division of the Honda Motor Corporation. Available since 1986 in the US & Canada.
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Questions regarding aftermarket upgrades and additions to cars (not including audio, which is covered separetely). Please ensure these are kept on-topic for this board
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A Vauxhall/Opel Car, derived from the Suzuki Wagon R+ and after 2007, the Suzuki Splash.
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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…