PARIS – Falling sales of fullsize vehicles doesn’t mean they will disappear, says TRW Automotive Holdings Corp., which is launching its first electric power steering (EPS) units for SUVs, cross/utility vehicles and large cars. EPS uses electricity – rather than conventional hydraulics – to control a recirculating ball device that moves the steering rack back and forth. In the past, TRW only has had electric power steering that exerts its torque on the steering column, which is suitable ...
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