AUTOTRANSFORMER SYSTEM: Describes a type of transformer where both primary and secondary coils carry out identical functions.
AUTOMATIC CLOSING SYSTEM: Describes a system that will automatically close all the doors, windows, hatches and boot lids from a sensor attached to the ignition key.
AUTOMATIC CONTROL SYSTEM: Describes a switching system that can be programmed to operate control switches in a particular time frame as well as at pre-determined intervals.
AUTOMATIC CRUISE CONTROL (ACC): Describes a cruise control system that indicates the direction the switch needs to be moved to increase the speed (accelerate) of the vehicle
AUTOMATIC DEFROST: Describes a system that can be manually operated to remove build-ups of ice and frost from evaporators automatically.
AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE CONTROL: Describes a system that regulates the temperature levels in either an integral heater or air conditioner to meet the pre-set temperature inside the vehicle.
AUTOMATIC VOLTAGE REGULATOR: Describes a type of voltage regulator that automatically holds the voltage of an alternator at a constant level but within pre-set limits.
CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM: Describes a system where the driver can change the passenger compartment's temperature, including the heater, vent, and air conditioner.
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM: Describes a system that allows the driver to lock and unlock their vehicle without a key.
INTERMITTENT WIPER CONTROL SYSTEM: Describes a device that operates the wipers at pre-set intervals, ranging from two seconds to forty seconds, most frequently used in conditions of drizzle, mist or to clear off spray from other vehicles.
LINEAR WIPER SYSTEM: Describes a system where the windscreen wiper arm is attached both at the top and bottom, meaning that instead of covering the usual arc, the blade traverses in a straight line from one side of the windshield to the other.
OPEN LOOP SYSTEM: Describes a control system that operates by feeding in instructions at the beginning of a process and followed during the entire process.
REAR WASH/WIPE SYSTEM: Describes an electrically driven system comprising a water pump, reservoir, and wiper used for cleaning the rear window,
REAR WINDOW HEATER SYSTEM: Describes a heating element integrated into the glass that removes the fog, mist, or even ice from the rear window.
REAR WIPER SYSTEM: Describes a window wiper that wipes the rear window,
SPEED-SENSITIVE WIPER SYSTEM: Describes a system that will increase blade pressure on the windshield as the vehicle increases speed.
WASH/WIPE SWITCH: Describes a switch that sits on the instrument panel whose role is to operate the vehicle's rear wash/wipe system.
WINDSHIELD WASHER: Describes the mechanical apparatus used to spray cleaning fluid on the outside surface of the windshield, removing any build-ups of foreign bodies.
WINDSHIELD WASHER PUMP:Describes a type of pump that forces the cleaning fluid to the windshield washer nozzles to spray the fluid on the windshield.
WINDSHIELD WASH/WIPE SYSTEM: Describes a relatively sophisticated system operated from the control stalk by the same lever in conjunction with the wipers that directs a jet of water onto the windshield and activates the wipers.
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