AC compressor is a car part located in the engine compartment. This is found on one side and attached to serpentine drive belt. Freon is cycled through in the AC compressor to provide your vehicle with cool air. If you like to use the AC system of your car during hot summer days, you want the compressor to be in its tiptop condition. You will be able to tell if there is damage in the compressor if there is no cold air coming through air vents. The compressor may also produce bothersome and loud noises during operation.
Alternator is a device that generates electricity, the alternator converts mechanical energy into electrical energy in alternating current form. This is used for supplying power to the electrical system of your car together with the battery. The battery is also recharged by the alternator with the use of mechanical energy produced through the motion of the car parts.
If the battery looks swollen and it doesn’t work, there might be a faulty voltage in the alternator and caused overcharging of the battery.
The axle is in charge of power transfer to the wheels from the engine. This is a critical car part if you like to turn, brake, or move. You will be able to tell if there is something wrong with your axles if they produce loud clunking sounds. You will notice severe vibrations in your car, particularly when you brake or turn.
Car battery can be considered as a crucial car part. This is responsible for turning on your vehicle in the first place. In most cars, this can be found under the hood and can be identified with the + and – symbols. If you need to jump-start your car, you have to connect the jumper cable’s red clam to the + symbol with the black clamp connected to the – symbol.
Catalytic converter is the automotive exhaust system component. This is made of stainless steel and contains a catalyst to reduce the carbon monoxide, oxides of nitrogen and hydrocarbon in tailpipe emissions. This is used to eliminate pollutants so that exhaust gasses won’t cause harm to the planet.