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Ignition coil- is an induction coil in an automobile's ignition system that transforms the battery's

low voltage to the thousands of volts needed to create an electric spark in the spark plugs to ignite
the fuel.

Battery- is a device consisting of one or more electrochemical cells with external connections for
powering electrical devices such as flashlights, mobile phones, and electric cars.
Spark plug- is a device for delivering electric current from an ignition system to the combustion
chamber of a spark-ignition engine to ignite the compressed fuel/air mixture by an electric spark,
while containing combustion pressure within the engine.

Distributor- a device in a gasoline engine for passing electric current to each spark plug in turn.

Cooling system
Water pump- acts as a centrifugal pump to force the circulation of water from the radiator to engine
water engine jackets.

Temperature Gauge- Located at the drivers compartment to register the temperature of the engine

Radiator- serves as the storage of water or water tank

Cooling Fan- It is attached to the water pump pulley and draws air in through the radiator and helps
cool off the engine during operation

Catalytic Converter- converts harmful carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons into water vapor and
carbon dioxide.

Exhaust manifold- is attached to the cylinder head and takes each cylinders exhaust and combines it
into one pipe.
Muffler- is a device for reducing the noise emitted by the exhaust of an internal combustion engine.

Oxygen Sensor- are used to measure how much oxygen is in the exhaust system.


Carburettor- Its main purpose is to mix the right amount of air and fuel and deliver it to the engine.

Fuel filter- It is fixed in both the ends of the fuel pumps to separate impurities from the fuel.

Fuel tank- It acts as the reservoir for the vehicles fuel.

Fuel pump- Its primary function is to draw fuel from the fuel tank and pump it into the combustion


PARKING BRAKE HANDLE- is a mechanism used to keep the vehicle securely motionless when parked.

Caliper- uses the hydraulic force from the brake pedal to squeeze the brake pads to the rotor

Brake shoe- are the curved, metal friction plates pressing against the inside of the brake drums to
slow the wheels

Brake fluid reservoir- - are canisters that connect to the brake master cylinder. The brake fluid
reservoir stores your vehicle’s brake fluid and protects it so that your hydraulic braking system can
work properly.