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OEM Auto parts and Its Catalogue Part 4

• Rear Bumper Assembly The bumpers are situated at the front and backside of your vehicle The main purpose of the bumper is to absorb the shock produced during slow speed and low impacts and to protect the important inner parts like the engine, headlights, taillights, and another mechanism.

• Rear Bumper Cover: A bumper cover mainly has two parts, a plastic cover and a reinforcement bar that is connected to the frame of a vehicle. The main purpose of bumper covers on your vehicle is to absorb the effect of a minor accident/crash or collision.

• Rear Bumper: Reinforcement Rear bumper reinforcement is also known as a bumper bar; it is positioned on the inside of a vehicle's bumper cover. It not only reduces the damage caused by a minor accident but also makes sure that the bumper itself stays in its place even after an accident 

• Rear Crossmember: A cross member is a mechanical unit, usually made of steel and boxed and bolted diagonally at the bottom of a monocoque or unibody motor vehicle. Crossmember supports the internal combustion engine as well as the transmission.

• Rear Door Regulator: The window/door regulator moves the window glass up through two different networks on both side of a vehicle’s door, and the drive instrument is made to function in a specific range of signal.

• Rear Door Switch: Door switches are electric switches on your vehicle's door and their main purpose is to lock and unlock the door of a vehicle. When the switch is activated, it directs a signal to the door lock which in turn activates the door lock actuator.

• Rear Door: Vent Glass Vent windows are automobile glass windows situated on both sides of the vehicle. Vent windows are different from quarter glass as they can angle and open.

• Rear Door Window: The rear door window or a windshield is positioned directly opposite of the front windshield and at the back of a vehicle. 

• Rear Door Window Motor: The Door/window motor is in charge of lowering and raising your car windows when the power window button is pressed. Many of new vehicle models are consist of both motor and regulator assembly, if not working properly both need to be replaced together.

• Rear Door Window Regulator: The mechanism of moving your vehicle's window up and down is called door/window regulator. Each door of your vehicle has one window regulator which could be manual or automatic depending on how old or new your vehicle is. OEM auto parts match the OEM part number of your door window regulator to provide you the exact match.

• Rear Drive Shaft: The driveshaft is a tube/cylinder. It is usually made of steel or aluminum, and it joins the rear differential and transmission. The driveshaft moves torque to the transmission which transfers it to a differential which enables the wheel to move to set the vehicle into motion.

• Rear Gate/Lid: The trunk lid or decklid is the cover that covers the storage or luggage section. The lid of a trunk can be raised with the help of hinges as and when required. The trunk lid panel can be kept open with the help of a prop road manually

• Rear Knuckle/Stub Axle: One of the two-axle in rear-wheel drive (RWD) or one of the two axles in front-wheel drive (FWD) vehicles are known as a knuckle or stud axle or stub axle. The axle works as a self-regulating suspension on a sports car by allowing each tire and wheel to move individualistically. 

• Rear Lower Valance: A lower valance protects the car by acting as the first line of defense and also helps the driver to safely and securely drive the vehicle on road. A valence helps in providing free airflow all over the body of a vehicle and provides a safe driving experience to the driver.

• Rear Suspension: The suspension facilitates better steering performance and better handling by providing maximum friction between your vehicle's tire and road. The suspension system also prevents the influence of harsher road conditions and provides a better driving experience for the. OEM auto parts team matches the OEM part number of your rear suspension to provide you the exact match and save your time.

• Rear Suspension: Trailing Arm The part of the suspension system which connects the vehicle's axle to chassis is referred to as the suspension trailing arm. The suspension trailing arm consists of trailing arm bushings that provide cushioning and reduces friction between various suspension parts and is usually made of rubber or polyurethane.

• Ring and Pinion: When the driver applies power to the driving wheels, the ring and pinion work in accord and create a force that helps spin the ring this action makes the drive axle and the wheels spin in unison. 

• Roof A vehicles: roof or car top is the part of a vehicle that is mounted above the inside section, shielding the vehicle occupants from sun, wind, rain, and other outdoor elements. A roof of a vehicle can be retractable or fixed depending on the model of a vehicle, the vehicle with a retractable roof is a called convertible vehicle.

• Roof Panel: A roof panel is a piece of material, usually made of a metal sheet, which forms the roof of an automobile. The roof of a vehicle splits into three units, the aluminum roof panel, the reinforced C pillars, and the back windshield.

• Seat Track Front Only: The seat track is situated where the seat sits, it helps in making adjustments to the seat. Recent vehicles are equipped with electronic seats, which are capable of moving along a road both backward or forward. It provides comfort and flexibility to the passengers sitting inside a vehicle.

• Shock Absorber: Shock absorbers are an essential part of any vehicle's suspension system. A shock absorber is intended to absorb or reduce the compression and recoil of the springs and suspension. It controls the unnecessary and extra motion of spring. Shock absorbers are designed to keep your vehicle tire in contact with the track even if the road is uneven and bumpy.

• Slave Cylinder: The slave cylinder or clutch slave cylinder have a very important part in a vehicle with a manual transmission system. Whenever the pedal is pushed by the driver the slave cylinder works in sequence with the clutch master cylinder and unfastens the clutch which shifts the transmission.