VIDEO: Steering-Angle Sensors 101

VIDEO: Steering-Angle Sensors 101

The steering-angle sensor measures the steering-wheel-position angle and the rate of turn.

The steering-angle sensor is one of the many electronic components working behind the scenes to ensure that motorists have a safe and comfortable driving experience.

This video is sponsored by the Automotive Distribution Network.

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