If your car radiator is damaged, what could happen?
Overheating Click to see the answer
Radiators pull what into the engine to help cooling?
Where on a car would you find hubcaps?
What is a cylinder head gasket made from?
What is the name of the part which takes debris out of air?
What is the name for the rubber portion of your windscreen wipers?
Tread is mentioned in reference to which part of a car?
Tyres Click to see the answer
What is also known as the parking brake?
What device in the engine keeps the coolant moving?
What component of a car provides electricity?
What presses against brake discs to stop your car?
What shape is the wiring in the ignition system?
ABS refers to which function of the car?
What is the function of a car radiator?
What is the name of the pipe which takes waste out of your engine?
Which element of a car can be disk or drum?
Brakes Click to see the answer
What type of plugs are part of a car's ignition system?
What is oil used for in an engine?
What part of the car do Americans call the trunk?
Hazard warning lights typically flash which color?
What is the name for a car which can run on more than one type of fuel?
What is the tool used for measuring the level of oil in an engine?
What material is the fan belt usually made from?
Which pedal is missing in an automatic car?
What kind of wire is usually used in an ignition system?
What pedal do you press in a car to go faster?
The typical symbol for hazard warning lights on your dashboard is a red what?
Gearboxes can be automatic or what?
What measures the temperature of the coolant?
How old does a car have to be before it has its first MOT?
What part of the car can also be referred to as the transmission system?
What is needed along with fuel for combustion?
Which dial tells you how fast you're going?
Hybrid engines usually combine petrol or diesel with which other type of power?
What is a car radiator filled with?
What is the word which completes the car part starting cylinder head?
The spark plugs are are linked to which sort of cap?
What do you usually turn in the ignition to start a car?
What is the name of the metal rod which connects the wheels?
What material is the engine block made from?
What is the name of the part which the brake pads fit on to?
Calliper Click to see the answer
Which part of the car charges up the battery as you drive?
What is the name of the joint which links steering and suspension?
What is the name for the glass section sometimes found in the ceiling of a car?
Which car part reduces the bumps felt while driving your car?
What is the name for the removable disc to cover a wheel?
What is the name of the structure attached to a car to absorb impact?
Bumper Click to see the answer
Halogen is most often associated with which part of a car?
If your car battery is flat, what sort of leads might you need?
When a clutch starts to fail, it is said to be doing what?
Which engine part turns engine force into rotating power?
What color is the regisration plate on the front of a UK car?
What does MOT stand for in the UK testing system?
Ministry of Transport
TDI indicates that what has been added to a diesel engine?
What is the name of the tool used to raise your car up to change a tyre?
Brakes can be disk and which other type?
Drum Click to see the answer
What do Americans call the bonnet of a car?
What type of light are only switched on when visibilty is low?
What color are brake lights?
What is the name for a curved strip designed to protect the car from dirt on the road?
ABS brakes are designed to reduce the risk of what?
What is the name for the bars attached to the roof of your car to carry luggage?
Which pedal do you have to press when changing gear?
Low tyre pressure can increase consumption of what?
What is the name of the system which gets a car started?
What does the A stand for in ABS?
What color is the number plate on the back of a UK car?
In terms of fuel, what LPG stand for?
Liquid Petroleum Gas
What shape is a clutch?
Control arms are used to link what with the rest of the car?
Mudflaps are attached to which part of your car?
How many gears do most cars have?
What does a diesel engine use instead of spark plugs?
What is the name for the bit of metal which covers the radiator?
In the UK, car tax is based on the emissions of which gas?
Laws about wearing a seatbelt were introduced to the UK in which decade?
1980s Click to see the answer
What is the name to the part of the engine which reduces engine noise?
Engine coolant is a mixture of antifreeze and which other fluid?
The ignition is controlled by tightening and loosening what?
What is the name of the professional who takes dents out of bodywork?
How many parts make up the average modern car?
The flywheel is part of which system in the car engine?
Transmission Click to see the answer
Which car part turns the movement of the drive belt into electricity?
What are hoses in the engine typically made of?
What does the odometer measure?
In which year did wearing seatbelts in the back seat become compulsory?
Which system keeps the tyres in contact with the road?
What type of plugs aren't found in an electric car?
What does ECU stand for?
Engine Control Unit
What does HP stand for in terms of power from an engine?
Locking nuts are often found on which part of the car?
You should change what fluid in your car every 10,000 miles?
The engine control unit is which part of the car?
What is the name given to a tyre which bursts as you're driving?
What type of rings keep the combustion chamber sealed?
What type of wheel does the clutch bite onto?
What type of steering makes it easier to turn the wheel?
The cylinder head gasket seals what into the engine?
Which engine part opens and closes the engine valves?
It is recommended that windscreen wipers are changed how often?