assist steering

Dictionary of automotive terms. 2015.

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  • variable assist steering — See variable assist power steering …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • steering — A mechanism for controlling the direction of a vehicle. See absorbing steering ackermann steering adjustable steering all wheel steering assisted steering axle and steering ball and nut steering ball steering …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • Steering — For other uses, see Steering (disambiguation). Part of car steering mechanism: tie rod, steering arm, king pin axis (using ball joints). Steering is the term applied to the collection of components, linkages, etc. which will allow a vessel (ship …   Wikipedia

  • Steering wheel — This article is about steering wheels in cars. For the use in vessels, see Steering wheel (ship). A modern road car s steering wheel (Alfa Romeo Giulietta (2010)) …   Wikipedia

  • Steering and Policy Committees of the United States House of Representatives — In the United States House of Representatives, the House Democratic Caucus includes a Steering and Policy Committee. Its primary purpose is to assign fellow party members to other House committees, and it also advises party leaders on policy. The …   Wikipedia

  • assist power steering — See variable assist power steering …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • assist — assister; Chiefly Law, assistor, n. assistive, adj. /euh sist /, v.t. 1. to give support or aid to; help: Please assist him in moving the furniture. 2. to be associated with as an assistant or helper. v.i. 3. to give aid or help. 4. to be present …   Universalium

  • Power steering — helps drivers steer vehicles by augmenting steering effort of the steering wheel. It does this by adding controlled energy to the steering mechanism, so the driver needs to provide only modest effort regardless of conditions. In particular, power …   Wikipedia

  • Electric Power Steering — (EPS or EPAS) is designed to use an electric motor to reduce effort by providing assist to the driver of a vehicle. Most EPS systems have variable assist, which allows for more assistance as the speed of a vehicle decreases and less assistance… …   Wikipedia

  • Emergency Brake Assist — (EBA) is a safety system in motor vehicles designed to ensure maximum braking power is used in an emergency stop situation. By interpreting the speed and force with which the brake pedal is pushed, the system detects if the driver is trying to… …   Wikipedia

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