How the Steering System of your Audi Works

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Audi cars are known for their advanced features and technology. The steering system of Audi cars comes integrated with a number of features which makes driving easier. The driver can easily control the car as the steering wheel is attached to the tie rod and the steering column & shaft. See the mentioned slides to know more about the working of the steering system of your Audi.

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How the Steering System of your Audi Works?

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The steering system of the Audi are generally used to turn the front wheels as per your desired direction effortlessly and smoothly.

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Moreover, the steering will take four rounds to turn the front wheels just a few degrees from left to right.

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Most of the steering system in your Audi is constructed to allow the movements of the wheels without disturbing the suspension.

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Go through the below points to know about the common steering system of your Audi for safe and smooth driving.

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Steering Wheel

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Among the several parts of the steering system, the steering wheel is very large in diameter, relatively thin and mostly made from hard plastic.

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Modern steering wheels are padded to provide comfortable driving and attached to the ergonomic grooves to prevent the hand from slipping off the steering shaft.

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It attached with a variety of components such as horn switch, music controller, paddle shifter and an airbag to protect the drivers and other people in case of a collision.

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Tie rods

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The tie rods are the important aspects of the steering system which transfers the power coming from the steering gear to the steering knuckle on each wheel.

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It generally turns the wheel and set the car's alignment angle means when you are driving your Audi along the straight road, it will track its lines accurately.

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If the wheels are out of balance, then it will cause vibrations in an Audi. During the pre-alignment of the wheels, the excessive steering's and tracking issues also arise.

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Steering column and shaft

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The steering column and shaft are connected to the steering wheel to reset it. They are attached to a telescope to compose two steel tubes such as the solid and hollow tube.

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To absorb the vibration, the steering shaft also has a steering coupler placed at the bottom just between the steering gear and shaft.

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For making your drive comfortable, the steering columns in Audi are adjustable like upward and downward adjustment or the forward and backward adjustment.

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Steering arms

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The steering arms are used to control the transmit function of your steering knuckles. It can transform the back and forth motions to a rotating motion by the steering knuckles.

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It can more efficiently turn the car and maintain a flexible connection between the different parts of the steering linkage and distribute the load horizontally.

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When the driver turns the steering wheel, the steering arm will start inside the steering column and automatically turn the steering shaft.

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Conclusion

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The steering system is the most useful and valuable component in Audi that contain some specialized feature to control the turning motion of the wheels and tires.

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When it comes to handling the steering system, go through the user's manual for handling it very easily.

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