absorbing steering


Dictionary of automotive terms. 2015.

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  • energy absorbing steering column — A steering column which collapses when the vehicle is involved in an accident …   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 column — A shaft connecting the steering wheel to the steering gear assembly. Also called the steering shaft. See absorbing steering column adjustable steering column collapsible steering column energy absorbing steering column height adjustable 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

  • absorbing — See energy absorbing steering column energy absorbing bumper …   Dictionary of automotive terms

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