Modern automotive braking systems combine leverage and multiplied hydraulic force to stop your vehicle. Once your foot presses the brake pedal, pressure is generated to slow or stop the vehicle. More »
When you switch on the ignition, turn on the radio, or operate the wipers, your vehicle's electrical system provides the power. It is composed of the charging, starting, computer, ignition, and lighting systems. More »
By converting fuel into motion, the engine powers your vehicle. The key parts in an engine are spark plugs, valves, pistons, connecting rods, and the crankshaft.