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Q: Part identification

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I have a picture of a part that i need a name for

My car has 177000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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Thanks for writing in to YourMechanic.com. Unfortunately, we’re not equipped to have images placed into the Q & A. If you provide a link to the image, give a full description of the make, year and model of your vehicle along with a description as to the location of the part, we might be able to assist.

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