Where is the front bumper cross beam located on a car?

The front bumper cross beam is the first cross beam behind the front bumper.

Longitudinal and cross beams of a car:

1. A longitudinal beam is often produced with low alloy steel sheets by means of punching, with a typical grooved cross section. Some have a Z-shape or box-shape cross section;

2. Depending on different automobile types and structures, a longitudinal beam can be bent along a horizontal or vertical plane, and may have a uniform or non-uniform cross section;

3. A cross beam not only provides required torsion rigidity for the frame and bears longitudinal load, but also supports main components of the car.

Where is the front bumper cross beam located on a car?
Where is the front bumper cross beam located on a car?

Name: front cross beam

Ref No. : 1J0199313M

Product system: engine

Brand: vika

Applicable models:

Skoda: OCT01-11

VW: BE99-10/BO03-05/GO98-06

Seat: A3 01-03

Audi: LE06-09/TO99-01;02-04

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