When was power steering invented?

Answer Francis Davis, chief engineer of the Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company, developed hydraulic power steering system that led to the invention of power steering. It became commercially available in 1951.... Read More »

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Who invented power steering?

In the 1920s, Francis W. Davis invented power steering while working for Pierce Arrow Motor Car Company. He began by using a hydraulic steering system that eventually led to the power steering we... Read More »

How to Disconnect the Power Steering Line From the Power Steering Pump?

The power steering line is a high-pressure line that carries power steering fluid from the power steering pump into the steering column. If the line is damaged, it will need to be replaced. The lin... Read More »

How to Remove a Power Steering Pump & Increase Power?

By removing the power steering pump on your car, you can expect a horsepower and torque increase. The power steering pump draws energy from the motor so that it can spin the pulley and create power... Read More »

Manual Steering Vs. Power Steering?

Although manual steering systems are simple, reliable and beloved by enthusiasts, power steering systems are equally prized for their ease of use and versatility. Although the wallowing slush boxes... Read More »