Many parts make up your factory engine. Its main parts are a block, cylinder head, and cylinders. Just about every cylinder has a piston, and every engine has valves, a valve cover, spark plugs, and an oil sump (or oil pan), among other parts. That's not to mention a camshaft and crankshaft. What each of the parts of an engine does is straightforward. The valves, valve covers, and cylinder head, on top of the block, seal the engine. Valves are of two types: intake and exhaust. Intake valves regulate the ratio of air to fuel the engine burns for power. Exhaust valves regulate the fume levels inside the engine. The valve covers protects the valves. The cylinder head keeps gas from escaping and prevents oil leakage. Camshafts, however, manage valve activity. Engine pistons compress that gas and oxygen mix as they pump. This makes more potential energy available. Spark plugs ignite that mix initially. It combusts, producing power. Crankshafts turn that power into rotary motion. A driveshaft and transmission then use that motion to spin wheels and tires. Every engine part needs lubrication to work, though; the oil pan or sump stores oil for that. Many other parts, such as gears, sprockets, rings, and bearings, make everything fit right. If any wear out, though, engine problems follow. Symptoms of them include acceleration and idling trouble, lower fuel efficiency, and stalling. Your vehicle may not even start at all. Luckily, our auto parts store has the best engine parts possible for repairs: genuine Mopar. They come straight from your OEM, ensuring they'll work with what you drive. Plus, you can order them online, right here. So, avoid the hassle of having to figure out what fits at the parts counter. Buy what you need now!
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Engine Camshaft, Left
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