Your car is one of the most important possessions that you will ever own. Transportation has been forever changed by the invention of the car. The invention of the engine and other car systems has made it possible for vehicle transportation to be possible. In our last blog, we discussed several important car systems. In this article, we will delve in several more car systems that are vital for your car to work.
The Fuel System
One of the most important car systems is your fuel system. The fuel system is key in measuring and blending the fuel that you put into your car and transporting the fuel from the fuel tank to the combustion chamber. The fuel system has several parts that allows it to work properly including the fuel pump, a pressure regulator, a filter, fuel injectors, and fuel lines.
The Brake System
Without the brake system, a car would not be able to be stop moving. This would inhibit a person’s ability to travel safely. That is why it is important to understand your brake system and to have your brakes checked on a regular basis. In addition to the brakes, the brake system has several other parts that ensure it functions properly. These parst include the pistons, brake calipers, brake lines and horses, disk brake pads, disk brake rotors, brake fluid, the pedal, and many more parts. If you notice that your brakes do not seem to be slowing down your car properly, it is important to get your brake system looked at immediately.
The Ignition System
The ignition system includes several different pieces including the battery, the coil, the rotor arm, and the ignition switch. The purpose of the ignition system is to generate energy for the engine to work. The way that this happens is the battery generates voltage that is sent immediately to the sparkplug, where the the fuel is ignited in the engine.
The Exhaust System
Your vehicle creates a lot of waste, otherwise known as exhaust, when it is running. The exhaust system is crucial for protecting your cabin from harmful substances. The main purpose of the exhaust system is to direct exhaust gases away from people and making sure that the exhaust that is released into the atmosphere is not harmful to the environment. Parts of the exhaust system include the oxygen sensors, exhaust pipes, the muffler, the tailpipe,the exhaust manifold, etc.
The body of the vehicle specifically refers to the frame of the car. Without the body of the vehicle, there would be no place for all of the components of the car to be attached to. There would also be no place for the cabin of the car, making it impossible for people to ride in the vehicle.
Have You Noticed A Problem With One Of Your Car Systems?
If you have had any problems with any of these car systems or any other car systems in your vehicle, you may want to consider reaching out to us at Paskett Automotive. Not only do we provide professional repairs after issues are discovered, but we also work hard to take preventative measures that will ensure that your vehicle experiences fewer issues in the future and lasts a longer amount of time. For more information about our services or to get in contact with our technicians, feel free to reach out to us today.