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The Structure Of The Steering Booster Is Very Complicated
- Aug 28, 2018 -

The structure of the steering booster is very complicated, and the average person can't repair it. If it is usually in place, it is not easy to be bad. Note: First, you should always check the oil in the oil cup, not lower than the lower limit of the oil dipstick. If the booster loses oil, the pressure pump may be scrapped. Second, you must change the oil regularly. You can't kill the direction. Fourth, try not to hit the direction in place.

The power comes from the engine. There is no other way to assist the truck. Only the hydraulic booster pump is usually installed on the flywheel housing. The hydraulic pump is driven by the crankshaft. It is also mounted in front of the engine and is driven by a belt, but this is generally modified.

The power steering system is based on a mechanical steering system plus a power assist device.

The steering oil pump is mounted on the engine and is driven by the crankshaft through the belt and outputs hydraulic oil to the outside. The steering oil tank has inlet and outlet pipe joints, and is connected to the steering oil pump and the steering control valve through the oil pipe respectively. The steering control valve is used to change the oil passage. The mechanical steering gear and the cylinder form two left and right working chambers, which are respectively coupled through the oil passage and the steering control valve.

When the car is traveling straight, the steering control valve communicates the working fluid from the steering pump pump with the oil tank, and the steering oil pump is in an unloading state, and the power steering device does not contribute to the power. When the car needs to turn to the right, the driver turns the steering wheel to the right, and the steering control valve connects the working fluid that is turned to the pump pump to the R chamber, and connects the L chamber to the oil tank, under the action of oil pressure, The piston moves downward, and the left and right wheels are deflected to the right through the transmission structure, thereby achieving right steering. When turning to the left, the situation is opposite to the above.