VIDEO: Electric vs. Hydraulic Power Steering

VIDEO: Electric vs. Hydraulic Power Steering

The number of vehicles with electric power steering is increasing every year.

Over the past decade or so, the auto industry has been shifting from hydraulic power steering to electric power steering, also known as electric power-assisted steering, or EPAS. While EPAS offers a number of benefits, the logic behind EPAS isn’t much different than hydraulic power steering.

This video is sponsored by the Automotive Distribution Network.

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