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What does a typical rack and pinion diagram show?

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A typical rack-and-pinion diagram shows the parts of a rack-and-pinion assembly, as noted on the Buy Steering website. A diagram of a rack-and-pinion steering system for a front-wheel-drive vehicle also shows related components to the larger system.

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A typical rack-and-pinion diagram shows the ball joint at one end of the system. The boots or clamps around the bellows are shown next to the valve body housing. The pinion input shaft joins to the pinion input shaft, with ports to one side. The cylinder is shown with the hydraulic line leading from the valve body housing to near the bellows at the opposite end. The other end of the rack and pinion is shown with inner tie rod ends.

A diagram of a rack and pinion in a front-wheel-drive system shows the above connected to constant velocity (CV) drive shafts. The outer tie rod end and strut rod bushing are also connected to the ends of the rack and pinion. A control arm bushing is shown under each bellow. The outer CV joint connects the drive shafts to the wheel supported by ball joints. Sway bar mount bushing is above the rack and pinion and coil springs are above the wheels.

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