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Just sharing some common abbreviation that always being used in magazine, internet forum on cars, workshops and car accessory outlets. You might find this one useful if you are a beginner... (Random order...)

ICE: In Car Entertainment
SQ: Sound Quality
CAI: Cold Air Intake
OEM: Original Equipment Manufacturer
FC: Fuel Consumption
ATF: Automatic Transmission Fluid
CVT: Continuous Variable Transmissions
AT: Automatic Transmission
MT: Manual Transmission
PCV: Positive Crankcase ventilation
DIS: Distributorless Ingition System
CORE: Cash On Return
ABS: Anti-lock Braking System
ATC: Automatic Temperature Control
CLS: Central Locking System
ECU: Electronic Control Unit
ECM: Electronic Control Module / Electronic Control Management
ECS: Electronic Control System
ESP: Electronic Stabilization Program
EVT: Electronic Valve Timing
EGR: Exhaust Gas Recirculation
FIA: Federation Internationale De L'Automobile
HP: Horsepower (One horsepower is the power needed to lift a 550-pound weight one foot in one second)
BHP: Brake Horsepower
WHP: Wheel Horsepower
4WD: Four wheel drive
AWD: All wheel drive
FR: Front-engine, Rear-wheel drive
FF: Front-engine, Front-wheel drive
LSD: Limited-Slip Differential
MAPS: Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor
NASCAR: National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing
MPV: Multi Person Vehicle / Multi Purpose Vehicle
OHC: Overhead Cam
SOHC: Single Overhead-cam
DOHC: Dual Overhead-cam
OHV: Overhead Valves
PSI: Pounds per Square Inch.
R-134a: The environmentally safe refrigerant now used in air-conditioning systems
RPM: Revolutions Per Minute / Rotation Per Minute
SFI: Sequential Fuel Injection
SUV: Sport Utility Vehicle
TBFI: Throttle Body Fuel Injection
TB: Throttle Body
V6: A vehicle with six cylinders.
V8: A vehicle with eight cylinders.
V12: A vehicle with a dozen cylinders.
VIN: Vehicle Identification Number

Source: Internet

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