What is steering

steering wheel centering

[box style=”0″]Glossary “steering wheel centering” Definition:
The procedure of turning both tie-rod couplings equally in the proper direction to correctly position the steering-wheel spokes (clear vision), and placing the steering gears on their high (center) position.[/box]

steering wander

[box style=”0″]Glossary “steering wander” Definition:
Tendency of the steering to pull to the right or left when the vehicle is driven straight ahead on a smooth road surface that may be caused by improper alignment adjustments.[/box]

steering pull

[box style=”0″]Glossary “steering pull” Definition:
Tendency of the steering to gradually pull to the right or left when the vehicle is driven straight ahead on a smooth, level road surface, generally caused by improper caster or camber or an under inflated tire. Also known as steering drift.[/box]

steering linkage

[box style=”0″]Glossary “steering linkage” Definition:
Assembly of tie rods, idler arms, and links that transfer steering motion from the steering gear box to the steering spindles with the rods, pivoting joints, and supporting parts that transfer steering motion from the pitman arm to both knuckle arms.[/box]

steering drift

[box style=”0″]Glossary “steering drift” Definition:
Tendency of the steering to gradually drift to either side when the vehicle is driven straight ahead on a smooth, level road surface, generally caused by improper caster or camber or an under-inflated tire. Also known as steering pull.[/box]