Available Electrical System Parts:

  • Starters: These are devices that control the use of electrical power to equipment. They can also stop, reverse, accelerate and protect them. Starters are made from two building blocks: contactors and overloads.
  • Alternators: It is an integral part of every combustion engine vehicle, its main responsibility is to convert chemical energy to electrical energy so that you can charge and replenish the battery in your engine and other electrical components in a car.
  • Distributors: Electrical device that distributes voltage to the spark plugs of a gasoline engine in the order of the firing sequence.
  • Spark/Glow Plugs: A glow plug is a heating element that heats incoming fuel and air to encourage efficient fuel combustion in a diesel engine.
  • Plugs Leads: These are the wires that connect a distributor, ignition coil, or magneto to each of the spark plugs in some types of internal combustion engine.
  • Batteries: Devices that converts chemical energy contained within its active materials directly into electric energy by means of an electrochemical oxidation-reduction (redox) reaction. This type of reaction involves the transfer of electrons from one material to another via an electric circuit.
  • Ignition Coils:  An induction coil that supplies the high voltage to the sparking plugs of an internal-combustion engine. 
  • Ignition Modules: It is responsible for firing the spark plugs. Each spark plug must fire at exactly the right time for the engine to run properly. The ignition module uses input from the crankshaft position sensor or camshaft position sensor to determine when to fire the spark plugs.
  • Regulators: It is a component of the power supply unit that ensures a steady constant voltage supply through all operational conditions. It regulates voltage during power fluctuations and variations in loads. It can regulate AC as well as DC voltages.
  • Relays: These are the switches which aim at closing and opening the circuits electronically as well electromechanically. It controls the opening and closing of the circuit contacts of an electronic circuit. 

  • Flasher Units: Controls the flashing impulse of the vehicle’s flasher. A defect of the flashing light is signalized by a change of the flashing frequency of the indicator lamps.
  • Solenoids: A coil of wire usually in cylindrical form that when carrying a current acts like a magnet so that a movable core is drawn into the coil when a current flows and that is used especially as a switch or control for a mechanical device (such as a valve).
  • Bendix Drives: Is a drive consisting of a pinion wheel (= a gear with a small number of teeth) carried on a shaft. The shaft rotates, causing the pinion to move. The standard Bendix drive depends on inertia to provide meshing of the drive.
  • Rectifiers & Armatures: The rectifier acts somewhat as a rotating switch, switching the load current from one phase to the other. The nonlinear load then presents design problems.
  • Battery Cables/Lugs:  These are an important component to creating a solid connection between your battery cable and the battery that powers your electrical system.
  • Fuses: An electrical safety device consisting of or including a wire or strip of fusible metal that melts and interrupts the circuit when the current exceeds a particular amperage.
  • Condensors: Are devices which accept a vapor stream and convert it to a liquid using heat transfer and compression. A condenser may refer to a heat exchanger used specifically for cooling gases and process fluids below their boiling points.
  • Rotors: This is a piece of metal that interacts with a vehicle’s brake pads. When a driver presses the brake pedal, an inside and outside brake of each wheel clasps a rotor. The harder the brake pedal is pressed, the tighter the grip should be. The tighter the grip is, the more the vehicle should stop.
  • Points: It is the entire connected zero resistance/impedance conductive portion of the circuit that is at an equal potential. 
  • Sensors: An electronic device that monitors various aspects of the vehicle and sends information to the driver or ECU (Electronic Control Unit). In certain situations, the ECU automatically makes adjustments to the particular component based on the information received from the sensor.
  • Switches: Are devices for opening and closing electrical circuits under normal load conditions, usually operated manually.
  • Ignition Harness: The completely screened set of cables, connectors and terminals serving spark plugs of reciprocating engines. Which carry high-voltage current from the magnetos or electronic ignition to the various spark plugs.
  • Distributors Caps: Are responsible for passing the voltage from the ignition coils to the engine’s cylinders in order to ignite the fuel-air mixture inside and power the engine. The coil connects directly to the rotor and the rotor spins inside the distributor cap.
  • Starter Kits/Brushes: Are pieces of contacts that pass battery current to the commutator of a starter motor. They are also called carbon brushes, mainly because they have always contained carbon as the main material. Starter brushes are usually located on or near the motor’s endplate, housed in brush holders.
  • Terminals: A class of electrical connector which are used to transfer electrical current from a power or grounding source to a use.
  • Autowires: It enables you to inject the object dependency implicitly. It internally uses setter or constructor injection. Autowiring can’t be used to inject primitive and string values. It works with reference only.
  • Holders: A device for securing a lamp to its support specifically, a socket or holder fitted with electric terminals into which the top of the glass globe of an incandescent lamp is fitted from which it hangs.
  • Globes/Bulbs: Most vehicles use halogen bulbs for all purposes, including headlights and interior lights. That means it’s easy to replace burnt-out lights with another halogen bulb.
  • Other Electrical Components: Is any basic discrete device or physical entity in an electronic system used to affect electrons or their associated fields. Electronic components are mostly industrial products, available in a singular form and are not to be confused with electrical elements, which are conceptual abstractions representing idealized electronic components and elements.

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