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Automobile parts refer to the components of each unit of the automobile and all consumable materials serving the automobile. They can be divided into automobile parts, Automobile standard parts and automobile materials. The following is a detailed introduction.

1Auto parts are divided into parts, assemblies, component, and body panels.

Parts: the basic manufacturing unit of a car. It is an integral part that can no longer be disassembled. Such as: piston ring, piston, valve, impeller and so on.

Assembly: a combination consisting of more than two parts and acting as a single part. For example, a connecting rod with a cover, a pair of bearing shells, and a cylinder head with a valve guide.

Component: a combination consisting of several parts or assemblies, but can not function independently. For example, transmission cover, cooler cover, automobile steering connector, water pump and so on. Sometimes it is also called "half assembly".

Body panels: formed by sheet metal stamping, welding, and covering automotive body parts such as: radiator cover, leaf plate, etc.

(2) automotive standard parts

Designed and manufactured according to the national standards, the same parts are unified in shape, size, tolerance, technical requirements, and can be used in a variety of instruments and equipment, and interchangeable parts are suitable for automotive standard parts such as bolts, gaskets, pins, keys, etc.

(3) automotive materials

Automobile operating materials, such as various oils, solutions, automotive tires, accumulators, standard bearings (non-special), etc.

Most of the products produced by non-automotive industry and used by automobiles, generally not included in the catalogue of various types of automotive accessories, also known as "horizontal products".

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Auto parts can be divided into several parts.

  1. Auto body parts, such as bumpers, grills, doors, and mirrors and so on
  2. Auto electrical system, such as auto meters, auto relays, auto switches and so on
  3. Auto engine system, such as cooling system, engine mounts, fuel system and so on

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