Here you will find various parts for your vehicle, ranging from a drive shaft to an engine transverse strut and from an instrument panel to an exhaust flange. Our product range is enormous. Can't find a product or are you looking for a specific, special part? In that case, please contact our product specialists. They are ready to help you.
The drive shaft(s) transfers (transfer) the power from the engine, via the gearbox, to the wheels. The drive shaft consists of 2 (homokinetic) joints, the shaft itself and the bellows. When a drive shaft is worn out it can make a cracking noise when driving around corners with a large steering wheel displacement. A defective or worn drive shaft can also vibrate under load. A drive shaft is also worn when it shows excessive play in the (homokinetic) joints. A faulty homokinetic joint is often preceded by a faulty drive shaft cover. If this cover is torn, sand and moisture can enter, causing excessive wear and tear. The special grease to lubricate the homokinetic joint then disappears.
The drive shaft flange sits between the steering stub axle and the drive shaft and/or the gearbox and the drive shaft. Usually the flange is not a wear part but can, of course, become defective. The drive shaft should be attached to a clean flange surface to prevent vibrations in the power train.
The engine transverse struts, or engine mounts, ensure that the engine hangs straight in the chassis. The engine is suspended in rubber supports and fixed in the engine compartment via the 'arms'. As a result, the engine block hangs or stands in the rubber part of the engine mounts. The engine has some play so it can dampen vibrations and absorb engine power during load changes (acceleration and deceleration). Due to age, however, the rubbers wear out, resulting in more slack. As a result, a pounding noise can occur during load changes because the engine is given too much freedom of movement. This is particularly the case when the clutch is released, there is sudden acceleration or the throttle is released.
In new and luxury cars, dynamic/active engine mounts are also used. These can be adjusted according to the comfort/sportiness desired, and determine the engine block’s freedom of movement. Rigid for sporty driving and a bit softer for comfortable driving. These engine mounts are hydraulic so the degree of oil pressure determines the level of comfort or sportiness.
The interior fan for your vehicle, also known as the heater motor, can be found here. This provides the air supply and air circulation in the car. If the fan is defective, the supply of fresh air stops. In the case of a defective fan, it is advisable to first measure the control module or try it on the test cabinet, as the defect can also originate from the control unit. This usually concerns the control module for the climate control.
Spacer rings are used to keep something at a certain distance, i.e. a 'spacer'. It is a sealing washer or a collar, usually made of metal, to fill a space.
Various suspension parts can be found here for your vehicle. You will find, for example, tie rods, axle joints and kingpins. If your desired part is not listed you can, of course, contact one of our product specialists.
Various protective materials for under the bonnet to cover/protect parts.
You can find various under-bonnet protective caps for your vehicle here. For example, there are protective caps for the brake fluid reservoir, the timing belt and other protective caps for the engine compartment. When doing so, make sure that mounting material is included, otherwise it can be ordered separately if necessary.
Here you will find the right compressor for the air conditioning, also called the air conditioning pump. It is driven by the v-ribbed belt when the air conditioning is switched on. By means of a magnetic coupling or clutch, the air conditioning pump is then 'coupled' and powered by the v-ribbed belt. The compressor compresses the coolant in the air conditioning system, allowing heat from the air to be absorbed into the interior. If the air conditioning system has not been adequately maintained, excessive wear may occur to the air conditioning pump, making it necessary to replace it. A defective or worn air conditioning pump is often very audible.
Here you will also find compressors for the air suspension of your vehicle, mostly used in cars in the luxury segment.
Various parts for the wheel drive of your vehicle can be found here. These include the differential, a repair kit for the gearbox, and a shifting valve for the automatic transmission.
Various sizes of through-rings, also called grommets, can be found here. These can be used for cable routing through chassis parts, where these rubber grommets protect the cables from sharp edges.
Individual flanges for the exhaust pipe can be found here. These are available in various diameters to fit your exhaust system. Take account of various materials in connection with heat/expansion. The choice here is between normal steel and stainless steel. It is also advisable to order new gaskets to assemble at the same time in order to guarantee a leak-free exhaust path. These can be found in the "Gaskets" category.
Various holders and supports for your vehicle can be found here. These vary from a mounting bracket for the oil cooler to a holder for the throttle flap control mechanism.
Here you will find various clamps or clamping devices for the attachment of, among other things, the exhaust system.
Various sizes and materials of sleeves
Various (complete) interior sets can be supplied on request. These sets consist of front seats, rear seats and door panels. These interior sets are supplied via our "Performance" branch.
Here you will find various products to protect your cables. These include throughput sleeves, cable tubes and flexible parts to protect your cables against heat, dirt and pests.
Various filters for the air dryer system can be found here. These filters separate condensation water from the compressed air system. They are used in cars with air suspension where a compressor is also used.
The ring gear is the outer (and also largest) gear of a planetary gear system. This gear system is used in various places in the car, from small plastic mechanisms to metal gear systems for large power transmissions such as the differential.
Each starter has a pinion (gear) which drives the flywheel to start the combustion engine. After some time this gear wears out and no longer (properly) grips the flywheel, resulting in starting problems. Usually this pinion can be replaced separately, so there is no need to replace the entire starter motor. Find the right pinion for your vehicle's starter motor here.
Here you will find various grease nipples. The grease nipple is used to lubricate certain parts (under pressure). The nipple is made of metal and is screwed into a threaded hole through which the lubricant (or grease) is then pressed to lubricate a rotating part.
An interconnector can be used to feed power through the bulkhead without actually making contact with the bulkhead. This is a plastic screw where a conductor is mounted on both sides to conduct/carry current.
The frost cup or frost plug is a metal cup (with a high raised rim) or a vaulted plate. These seal manufacturing holes in the engine block and the cylinder head and also protect against freezing. In the unlikely event that the cooling system freezes, the frost plug or plate will be pushed out of the block or head, preventing them from freezing shut.
The pressure relief valve is used in systems where air or a liquid is pumped around. If the pressure in the system is too high, the pressure relief valve discharges the excess amount. One example of this is the radiator cap of the cooling system. When too much pressure builds up in the cooling system, this excess is discharged via the pressure relief valve in the cap.
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