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Fun little parts test to see if you can guess the part by picture. NO GOOGLING!

Click HERE for your Challenge.

No this link will not take you to a virus, porn, grandmother's conceivment, alien space ship, 351w500's roller rocker farm, Pepe's grow house, etc... :goodfinge

I got a 45/48 can't believe i missed the three but I was close.

 

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I'm on my work PC so can't post it, but I got 98% (47/48) and in my defense the picture sucked. :beer
 

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I have no clue how to copy the picture with my score but this is the best I could do. It wasn't as difficult as I was expecting.

Can You Name These Car Parts By Looking at just one image?





Your Score: 100%


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You got 48 correct out of 48! You scored better than 0% of quiz takers.




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Average Score: 87%
 

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With as little as they showed of the "shock absorber" it could have also been a "McPherson strut" cartridge. Bull spit question. At least show the mounting points.I got 47 0f 48 correct. Guess which one I missed.
More like a "bulls#!t" question. And a couple others, though I got the answer right, the correct answer was incorrect...such as the "Ignition switch." WRONG! It was an ignition lock cylinder. The electrical switch is not part of the lock cylinder. So, easy test, they need someone who knows how to take tests, as well as the parts of cars, to rewrite the test.
 

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Missed:

Steering wheel sensor - Bad blurry pic and I have never seen one.

ABS sensor. I have never seen one that looked remotely like that. I guessed fuel pump with the motor on it.

Oil Cooler. I almost guessed that but anyone I have seen looks like a mini radiator or is built into the radiator core.
 

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HOLY CRAP!!! I honestly can't believe I scored a 96%.


It must be true... because I've long considered myself to be mechanically challenged.
Of course... I have been hanging around this crazy place, almost daily with a few exceptions since we opened the "doors".
There were some newer parts I wasn't so sure on but the multi-choice narrowed it down for me some. ;)

I'd like to thank everyone here, now and through the years that made this possible, with honorable mention to my little green bushes. :toothless :goodfinge :histerica
 

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Beach bumming it ........
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HOLY CRAP!!! I honestly can't believe I scored a 96%.


It must be true... because I've long considered myself to be mechanically challenged.
Of course... I have been hanging around this crazy place, almost daily with a few exceptions since we opened the "doors".
There were some newer parts I wasn't so sure on but the multi-choice narrowed it down for me some. ;)

I'd like to thank everyone here, now and through the years that made this possible, with honorable mention to my little green bushes. :toothless :goodfinge :histerica
X2 I have learned so much over the years here. And not just about vehicles... everything from welding to hanging exterior walls.. always been a great group of trusted people here. I don't go anywhere else on the internets to ask a question about anything. :beer
 

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I got 100%. But I have to admit that on some of the newer parts that I've never touched I made my best guess by eliminating the stuff I recognized, then taking a shot at whatever was left.
same here, I got 88 percent
 

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More like a "bulls#!t" question. And a couple others, though I got the answer right, the correct answer was incorrect...such as the "Ignition switch." WRONG! It was an ignition lock cylinder. The electrical switch is not part of the lock cylinder. So, easy test, they need someone who knows how to take tests, as well as the parts of cars, to rewrite the test.
yeah missed that one myself, and I agree could have went both ways
 

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11 years in the parts industry earned me 48/48.

Fun fact: The heater core picture was from an 88-95 BMW 5 series. And yes, changing that core is as painful as it looks:brownbag
 

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Been there, done that. It's just about a tie between them and the Mk III Jettas (how asinine you have to remove the entire dash to do the heater core), and all because the stupid "Doctors of Engineering" use plastic tanks and pipes on the heater core. Just as asinine as the plastic impellers on the 2.0L engine's water pump.
 
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