Here are some common automotive repair terminologies:

    Diagnostic: The process of identifying and determining the cause of a problem or issue in a vehicle.

    Service/Maintenance: Regular scheduled tasks performed to keep the vehicle in good working condition, such as oil changes, tire rotations, and fluid checks.

    Tune-up: Comprehensive maintenance performed to optimize the vehicle's performance, including replacing spark plugs, filters, and ignition system components.

    Brakes: The system that slows or stops the vehicle, including brake pads, calipers, rotors, and brake fluid.

    Suspension: The system that supports the vehicle's weight and absorbs road shocks, including shocks, struts, control arms, and springs.

    Exhaust System: The system that removes and reduces harmful emissions from the vehicle, including the catalytic converter, muffler, and exhaust pipes.

    Transmission: The mechanism that transfers power from the engine to the wheels, including automatic, manual, and continuously variable transmissions.

    Engine: The main power source of the vehicle, including components like pistons, cylinders, crankshaft, and camshaft.

    Battery: The electrical device that stores and supplies power to start the vehicle and run its electrical components.

    Alternator: The component that charges the vehicle's battery and supplies power to the electrical system while the engine is running.

    Starter: The component that engages the engine's flywheel to start the vehicle.

    Serpentine Belt: A single, long belt that drives various engine accessories like the alternator, power steering pump, and air conditioning compressor.

    Timing Belt/Chain: A belt or chain that synchronizes the engine's camshaft and crankshaft to ensure precise valve timing.

    Coolant: The liquid used to cool the engine and prevent overheating.

    OBD-II: On-Board Diagnostics, a system that monitors the vehicle's emissions and performance, often used for diagnostics and fault code reading.

These are just a few examples of automotive repair terminology. The automotive industry is vast and complex, so there are many more terms and concepts related to vehicle repair and maintenance.