Name That Part revealed – Brake Master Cylinder

A hearty congratulations to those who correctly guessed this week’s mystery part as a “Brake Master Cylinder!”

For more information about this Brake Master Cylinder, visit Advance Auto Parts.

We’ll see you on Facebook next Monday for another round of Name That Part!

 

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Brake Master Cylinder

 

Show what you know by playing Name That Part at the Advance Auto Parts Facebook page every Monday. How it works: we post a shot of an auto part, and you submit your best guess for a chance to win the admiration of DIY’ers across the globe.

If you’re a “pinner” on Pinterest, follow our Advance Auto Parts Pinterest boards!
Editor’s note: Advance Auto Parts is your DIY resource. There’s always a deal going on, and you can’t beat our service and selection. Buy online, pick up in store!

Name That Part revealed – Power Steering Pressure Switch

If you guessed this week’s mystery part as a “Power Steering Pressure Switch,” you are absolutely correct!

For more information about this Power Steering Pressure Switch, visit Advance Auto Parts.

We’ll see you on Facebook next Monday for another round of Name That Part!

 

Power Steering Pressure Switch

Power Steering Pressure Switch

 

Show what you know by playing Name That Part at the Advance Auto Parts Facebook page every Monday. How it works: we post a shot of an auto part, and you submit your best guess for a chance to win the admiration of DIY’ers across the globe.

If you’re a “pinner” on Pinterest, follow our Advance Auto Parts Pinterest boards!
Editor’s note: Advance Auto Parts is your DIY resource. There’s always a deal going on, and you can’t beat our service and selection. Buy online, pick up in store!

Name That Part revealed – Alternator Brush

This week’s mystery part was a “Alternator Brush. ”

It’s hard to believe that March is almost a thing of the past, isn’t it? My, how time flies when you’re having fun playing Name That Part!

For more information about this Alternator Brush, visit Advance Auto Parts.

We’ll see you on Facebook next Monday for another round of Name That Part!

 

Alternator Brush

Alternator Brush

 

Show what you know by playing Name That Part at the Advance Auto Parts Facebook page every Monday. How it works: we post a shot of an auto part, and you submit your best guess for a chance to win the admiration of DIY’ers across the globe.

If you’re a “pinner” on Pinterest, follow our Advance Auto Parts Pinterest boards!
Editor’s note: let Advance Auto Parts be your DIY resource. There’s always a deal going on, and you can’t beat our service and selection. Buy online, pick up in store!

Name That Part revealed – Disc Brake Caliper

After a couple of fairly easy rounds, we wanted to give you a real challenge.  However, it appears this wasn’t much of a challenge for most of our fans after all! As many of you guessed, this week’s mystery part is… a “Disc Brake Caliper. ”

Thanks to everyone who played. A special “thanks” to those who have been with us for a long time, and a big “welcome” to those who are new to our game.

For more information about this Disc Brake Caliper, visit Advance Auto Parts.

We’ll see you on Facebook next Monday for another round of Name That Part!

 

Fenco Disc Brake Caliper

Fenco Disc Brake Caliper

 

Show what you know by playing Name That Part at the Advance Auto Parts Facebook page every Monday. How it works: we post a shot of an auto part, and you submit your best guess for a chance to win the admiration of DIY’ers across the globe.

If you’re a “pinner” on Pinterest, follow our Advance Auto Parts Pinterest boards!
Editor’s note: Advance Auto Parts is your Brake Headquarters. Save on parts for entire job.

Name That Part revealed – Rocker Arm

There were lots of great guesses from our Facebook fans this week, but only one is correct. If you said “Rocker Arm,” you got it. For the full, original image, see the pic below.

For more information, check out this Sealed Power Rocker Arm on our site. For those who don’t know, we play Name That Part each Monday on our Facebook page. How it works: we post an image that reveals a small portion of an auto part, and our fans race to guess what it is. It’s a lot of fun and no major car knowledge is necessary to participate. (Although, it definitely helps!)

 

Rocker Arm

Editor’s note: To our Facebook fans: be sure to check back often for the latest insights into all things DIY. Also, visit our online store for great deals on quality auto parts, car accessories and more.