steering system

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The addition of the Maval OE product line enables Allied to provide a fully integrated steering system solution to its customers.
Law 360, a US-based legal news service, has reported that a class action lawsuit has been filed against the automotive company in the US District Court for the Central District of California for concealing the faulty steering system installed in Hyundai's subcompact car the Accent and the Elantra compact sedan produced between 2013 and 2016.
Segmentation by end market and analysis of automotive steering system market
In this revised guise, it gets more sophisticated suspension and steering systems, plus a potent new 3.
The increased friction loss torque with motor and reduction mechanism added to steering system makes adverse effects on thevehicle steering performance [4,5].
Technavio's analysts forecast the global automotive steering system market grow at a CAGR of 5.
A couple of companies produce a hydraulic steering system kit in a box complete with all of the components you would need.
The DataTraX Cad Steering System dramatically changes the set up and use of magnetic steering tools including as-built report capabilities.
Nexteer's EPS systems are becoming the steering system of choice for global automakers as they deliver premium performance capabilities and functional safety features that allow them to meet specific market and customer demands.
A DC steering system can be classified as an electro-hydraulic steer-by-wire system.
The Autonomous Emergency Steering System uses the information provided by the front-mounted radar and camera, the two left and right rear radars, and the five laser scanners attached around the vehicle to help avoid collisions.
One presumes the steering system to be fixed, the other, that it is free.
The dampers are like mini shock absorbers that act as a stabilizer for the steering system.
We can even trace the word "starboard" back to the Norse phrase for this simple steering system.