English Vocabulary: Different Parts of a Car

Cars are complex machines that have many different parts that work together to make it possible to drive. Some common parts of a car include the engine, transmission, wheels, brakes, and steering system. Additionally, there are various components that make up these parts, such as spark plugs, filters, and belts. In this article, we will discuss the vocabulary related to the different parts of a car with their meanings.

Different Parts of a Car

List of Parts of a Car

Here is a list of some common parts of a car:

  • Engine
  • Transmission
  • Differential
  • Suspension
  • Steering system
  • Brake system
  • Fuel system
  • Exhaust system
  • Electrical system
  • Cooling system
  • Battery
  • Alternator
  • Starter
  • Ignition system
  • Fuel tank
  • Oil filter
  • Air filter
  • Timing belt
  • Serpentine belt
  • Water pump
  • Radiator
  • Thermostat
  • Hoses
  • Belts
  • Spark plugs
  • Distributor cap
  • Rotor
  • Wires
  • Fuel injectors
  • Oxygen sensor
  • Catalytic converter
  • Muffler
  • Tailpipe
  • Chassis
  • Frame
  • Body panels
  • Glass
  • Windshield wipers
  • Headlights
  • Taillights
  • Turn signals
  • Brake lights
  • Reverse lights
  • Interior lights
  • Dashboard
  • Steering wheel
  • Ignition
  • Gear shift
  • Seats
  • Doors

Parts of a Car Vocabulary

  • Brake light: The red light at the back of the car that indicates the the brake is being used and that the car is slowing down.
  • Bumper: The bar at the front and back of the car the helps protects the car when it is hit. It is sometimes called the Fender in United States.
  • Clutch: The foot pedal that you use when you want to change gears.
  • Dashboard: The part in front of the driver that has the controls like the Temperature gauge, Fuel gauge and the Speedometer.
  • Door: The way you enter and leave the car. Some cars have two doors but most have four doors.
  • Exhaust (Pipe): The pipe that takes the waste gases from the motor and lets them go into the air.
  • Fan belt: The belt that keeps a fan moving that helps keep the motor cool.
  • Fender: The bar at the front and back of the car the helps protects the car when it is hit. It is called the Bumper in Britain.
  • Battery: Usually near the motor, this provides a supply of energy to the car, especially when the motor isn’t running. Sometimes if you leave your lights on when the motor is off, the battery keeps them on and then becomes flat (stops working) which makes it difficult to start your car again.
  • Boot: The enclosed space usually at the back of a car where you can put your bags etc. It is called the Trunk in the United States.
  • Bonnet: The metal lid at the front of the car that covers the motor. It is called the Hood in United States.
  • Brake: The foot pedal you use when you want to make the car go slower or stop it from moving.
  • Indicators: (US: Turn Signals) The lights that let others know in which direction a car is turning.
  • Ignition: You put the key here to start the car.
  • Radiator: Cools the water of the motor.
  • Rearview Mirror: The small mirror attached to the middle of your windscreen so that you can see what is behind your car while you are driving.
  • Roof-rack: The metal frame on top of a car that is used to support the weight of things you put on top of the roof of the car.
  • Seatbelt: The belt that is connected to the seat and you place across your body to help protect you in an accident.
  • Speedometer: A part of the dashboard that lets the driver know how fast the car is moving.
  • Steering wheel: The round instrument that the driver uses to make the car go in a certain direction.
  • Accelerator: The foot pedal that makes the car go faster.
  • Wheel: The round parts that connect the car to the road and help the car move.
  • Windscreen: (US: Windshield) The big window at the front of the car that the driver looks through as he/she drives.

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Rajnish
Rajnish
5 years ago

Greate knowledge

Khady Daba Touré
Khady Daba Touré
2 years ago

Thanks you very much

Mahmoud El Shenawy
Mahmoud El Shenawy
1 year ago

Thank you for the great info, just in time

Isabella Manson
Isabella Manson
1 year ago

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jane sloan
jane sloan
1 year ago

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