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Q: What is that thing that looks like a wheel?

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What is that thing that looks like a wheel?

My car has 10 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi, thanks for your question. I’m curious as to what part you are talking about. Where is this part located? Is it inside or outside of your car? Unfortunately, we will need further information and detail from you to properly name the part.

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