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There are many components to your vehicle's power steering that will make it easier for you to turn the car and steer it accurately. Older cars had large steering wheels that required lots of muscle to control the manual steering system. Modern vehicles are easier to steer and turn thanks to modern technology. The power steering system is typically hydraulic but electric power steering systems have become more popular. Additional components include sensors, wires and actuators as well as an electronic control unit. Both electric and electronic power steering are the same thing. Hydraulic power steering (HPS), which uses hydraulic pressure to help the movement of the steering wheel, is a form of engine-driven power pump. The accessory drive, or serpentine belt, turns the power steering pump and delivers pressurized power to the high-side power steering hose. This hose then delivers the fluid to the input side at the steering wheel's power steering control valve. The power steering fluid is drawn from a reservoir. It is then returned to the gear at a lower pressure by a low-side power steering hose. The power-steering pump on most cars runs continuously and pumps fluid constantly, so it is a waste of horsepower. This wastes power, which can lead to higher emissions and wasted fuel. This system is also susceptible to noises and leaks, and can often fail due to a worn belt. This system uses an electric motor to power the hydraulic pump. The traditional drive belts and pulleys used to drive a power steering pump in EPHS are replaced with a brushless motor. This electric motor drives the power steering, which reduces power taken from the engine. The steering column or the steering rack can either have the electric motor attached. The electronic control unit controls steering dynamics. EPS is a popular choice because it provides better fuel economy and lower emission. EPS can be adjusted to suit the vehicle, road speed and driver preference. The environmental hazards associated with the leakage or disposal of hydraulic power steering fluid are eliminated. Additionally, the electrical assistance does not stop working when the engine stalls or fails, while hydraulic assistance will cease working if it stops. These systems, known as "Steer-bywire" or "Drive-bywire", are being developed and implemented. These systems remove the mechanical connection between steering wheel and steering system and replace it with an entirely electronic control system. This system allows for a lot more space to be freed up in your dashboard.
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