Part Guide

Please use our part guide to help you learn more about the parts that you are needing. Once you click on one of the parts below it will show an image of the part and also have a brief description telling you what the part is used for. All images are for reference only. In most cases the images will not be for your particular vehicle. These images are just to give you an idea of what your part may look like.





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Harmonic Balancer - Also known as a crank pulley.

Header Panel -

Headlight Assembly - Driver -

Headlight Assembly - Passenger -

Headlight Door - Driver -
Most vehicles do not have this part but you do have some that have the flip up headlights. The headlight door is the part that flips down over the light when the lights are not on. This is the one on the driver side of the vehicle.

Headlight Door - Passenger -
Most vehicles do not have this part but you do have some that have the flip up headlights. The headlight door is the part that flips down over the light when the lights are not on. This is the one on the passenger side of the vehicle.

Headlight Motor - Driver -
This is the motor that controls the headlights that flip up and down. This is the one for the left side of the vehicle. This part was not used on many vehicles.

Headlight Motor - Passenger -
This is the motor that controls the headlights that flip up and down. This is the one for the right side of the vehicle. This part was not used on many vehicles.

Headlight Relay -

Headlight Switch -
The switch that can be found on the dash but on most of the modern vehicles is found on the steering column. The switch is used to turn your lights on and also used to change back and forth from low beam to high beam.

Headlight Washer Motor Only - Driver -

Headlight Washer Motor Only - Passenger -

Headlight Wiper Motor Only - Driver -
The motor that controls the movement of the wiper on the drivers side headlight that is used on some of the luxury model cars such as the Mercedes.

Headlight Wiper Motor Only - Passenger -
The motor that controls the movement of the wiper on the drivers side headlight that is used on some of the luxury model cars such as the Mercedes.

Headliner -

Headrest -
The top part of the seat that you can rest your head on. This part is also adjustable up and down depending on the height of the person setting in the seat.

Heater Assembly -

Heater Blower Motor -
This is the fan that is used to control your heat. It has several different speed settings that you can use to adjust how much cold or hot air that you want at any given time.  This is the motor that controls how much hot air comes out of your vents.

Heater Controls -
The controls on your dash where you control the temperature and you may also control the speed of the fan or blower motor. 


Heater Core -

Heater Housing -

Heater Relay -

Hood -
The sheet metal that is attached by hinges on the front of the vehicle that can be raised to give you access to the engine or the car's battery and other various parts.

Hood Hinge -
These are the hinges that allows your hood to be raised or lowered.

Hood Strut -
This is the shock that is used on some vehicle's to keep the hood raised while you are working under the hood.

Horn -

Hub -

Hub Cap -
This is also known as a wheel cover. The hub cap is used on vehicles that do not have premium wheels. It is used on cars that have steel wheels to try and dress up the look of the vehicle.

Hub Carrier - Rear -

Hub Lockout -








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