What Is a Power Steering Pressure Switch?

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A power steering pressure switch is one that is used to signal the power steering control monitor when the power steering system exceeds its normal operating pressure. It alerts the engine to increase idling, in order to prevent it from stalling, due to the increased hydraulic pressure.
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The power steering system's fluid is split into two sides. The high-pressure side feeds fluid from the power steering pump to the power steering gearbox or the power steering rack
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The switch's function is to signal the PCM when the power-steering system exceeds its normal operating hydraulic pressure, like when you cut the steering wheel all the way to one
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Power steering on a vehicle allows fluids to be pumped to a cylinder in the wheels. This allows your wheels to turn easier, with less effort. For more information look here:
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It will be 12V DC
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