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    Default Is it good to install Power Steering in 1988 Charade Saloon?

    Hello,
    I have 1988 Andaa Charade. And I want to install a Power Steering. I would like to have experts opinions on this, whether its wise to install it or not?
    Will it put more load on Engine? As i have A/C already installed.

    I live in Karachi and i asked a mechanic and he said it would cost Rs.9,000 for a PS that is not genuine and needed lots of alterations. And other one i can get installed for Rs.15,000 which is genuine and would not be needing any alterations.

    Please advice, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmadbila View Post
    i dont think these CAT trucks have their steering wheels directly connected to the steering assembly or whatever other steering parts they use. i always thought they would have 100% electric steering, like a video game console, which just sends input to huge motors that turn the wheels after recognizing the electronic inputs being sent to them.
    i believed so because with soooo large wheels and soo much weight, it would be almost impossible to amplify a human being's arm's power to such an extent to steer the huge thing... am i wrong?

    these are regular built trucks and they rely on hydraulics. The only problem is that everything is massively huge - no huge is a small word - they are gigantic
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