Oh you would ask this, OK Radiator, starter motor, distributor, airfilter, oil filter, wiper motor, alternator, cam belt, camshaft, pistons, piston rings, cylinder head & gaskets, carburettor or fuel injection system, various sensors, battery, hoses, wiring, fuse box, engine mounts, rotor arm, points, electronic ignition, ECU, rocker covers, inlet manifold, outlet manifold, exhaust, heat shield, oil, water reservour, washer jet lines, brake servo, ABS switch, steering column, UJ's, suspension tops, various bolts, screws, grill surround, hood support, sound deadening felt, sump & gasket, clutch & housing, release bearing, gearbox, drive shaft (FWD) coil springs, shock absorbers, anti roll bars, core plugs, solenoid, accelerator cable, various mountings, headlights, fuel pump, fuel filter, Diagnotic check plug in. <br />
There's a few to be going on with.
Someone who has clearly spent some time under the hood.
Yeah probably tooooo many. lol
This deserves best answer just for pure effort.
I agree :-)
are you a motor mech. mecking stuffs my skin up these days. to many chemicals.
No just a lifetime hobby of messing with cars.
OMG! No. That's why I drive a 27 year old rotten GMC. At least I can work on it. Look under the hood of my wifes car and all you can see is a battery and one huge intake manifold. There's an engine there somewhere.
Umm.... Transmission, engine... couple head blocks, tubes for various air intakes and fluids, motor mount, various filters, the big part in the front with the fan, battery, the vent thingy, electrical lines, the tub that holds windshield wiper fluid, several sticks to check fluids, and uh... lots of covers for various parts in the newer models.<br />
My dad's a mechanic, so I listen a little bit, lol
Motor housing .
battery, radiator, and engine.
The twirly part, and the part that goes Vroooooooom.
the whole engine or motor...one of the 2