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This is a system which provides mechanical assistance for steering a car. Most power steering systems in motor vehicles are controlled by hydraulic pressure which is provided by a special rotor or rotary vane pump which
is powered by the vehicle’s engine.
Dirt and debris gradually collects in the steering fluid over time. If the fluid does become excessively contaminated, it could lead to problems with the vehicle’s steering system and should be flushed out and replaced
with new fluid.
This refers to the system of shock absorbers, springs and linkages that connects a vehicle to its wheels. The suspension contributes to the safe handling and braking of a car, while also creating a comfortable ride for
the occupants and isolating them from road noise and vibration. It is of utmost importance for the suspension to keep the wheels in contact with the road as much as possible, otherwise the traction of the
car will not be sufficient to ensure safe handling.
The wheel bearings allow the wheels of a vehicle to rotate easily and also support the weight of the vehicle. To be able to do this, wheel bearings always need to be in good condition and free of leaks
(in order to keep the lubricant inside and contaminants out).
A big challenge in the design of a motor vehicle’s power transmission system is the fact that the engine’s power does not simply get transmitted to the wheels in a straight line. At some point, the drive shaft
needs to transmit power at an angle to reach the wheels. The CV joints allow this to happen by transmitting power at a constant rotational speed through an angle without any noticeable increase in friction.
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