Recent Examples of power steering from the Web
All Giulias use the same rack and pinion electromechanical power steering.
Family first, as NASCAR traditionalists like to say, with an assist from power steering.
Last week, Tesla announced a voluntary recall of 123,000 Model S electric cars to repair a power steering bolt defect.
Tesla plans to replace all early Model S power steering bolts in all climates worldwide to account for the possibility that the vehicle may later be used in a highly corrosive environment, the company wrote.
Some Customers Think So Number of the Day 123,000 The number of Model S cars that Tesla is recalling after discovering that bolt corrosion caused by deicing salts could cause the power steering to fail.
Tesla is recalling almost half of all the vehicles the company has so far produced, after corroding bolts that could lead to the loss of power steering has forced the company to fix 123,000 of its Model S sedans.
The problem concerns excessive corrosion of power steering bolts in cold climates.
Among other suspension and mechanical features are a coil-over-shock front suspension, five-link/coil-spring rear suspension, a wide rear track, electric power steering, and standard automatic-locking rear differential.
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First Known Use of power steering
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Definition of power steering for English Language Learners
: a steering system in cars that uses power from the engine to make it easier to turn the steering wheel
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