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The piece of glass through which the driver views the road ahead of the car.

Water Pump
A pump normally mounted at the front of the engine and driven by a pulley and a belt from a pulley on the front end of the crankshaft. The pump has a number of curved blades that force the coolant to flow through the cooling system.

Watt Linkage
A three-bar linkage sometimes used for transverse location of a live axle.


The longitudinal distance from the center of the front wheel to the center of the rear wheel on the same side of the car.

Wear & Tear

It's your responsibility to keep the car in good condition. Return the car with a dented fender, bald tires, or a ruined engine because of lack of routine maintenance and you'll be charged for the repairs. Some wear and tear is allowed, of course. But if you aren't inclined to take reasonable care of your car, leasing may not be for you.

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