Collapsible steering protects you during a a frontal collision and is in combination with what car-maker call "crumple-zones". The steering column, along with the hood and engine (other components included) crumple or easily collapse. This prevents any of these items from causing "cabin intrusion". Cabin intrusion can make deadly, a car accident that could have been walked away from.
collapsible steering absorbs the frontal collision enery rather than transfer of it.
Thomas Losito invented the collapsible steering column after his friend had died in a car crash.
A collapsible column is where the steering rack will fold together in the event of a crash. In some modern car they dont have this, this can cause the steering collumn to go straight through the drivers skull. But now more cars are being fitted with collapsible columns to prevent the driver being killed.
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A collapsible steering column is a mechanism that is used to transfer energy from the steering wheel into the steering gear box, which transfers energy to turn the wheels of a vehicle. Though the designs for steering columns have varied since their inception, a typical collapsible steering column looks like two interlocking shafts that attach directly to the steering wheel and the steering gear box. The steering column is the shaft directly under the steering wheel in which the ignition and automatic shift levers are often located.
a rack and pinion
Padded steering wheel. collapsible steering column, more padding on the dash, and seat belt shoulder harness.
The earth cable from the car to the steering column has broken, so put a cable from the column to the car body.
The idea is that when your face (or preferably chest) runs into the steering wheel in a crash the steering wheel absorbs the energy instead of crushing you or as in the real old days allow the steering colum to stab straight through you.
dont know but it sounds like something to do with a steering wheel why dont you research it?
When I drive, the turn signals work fine when I'm not tilting the steering wheel. So if I were you, I'd get your car checked out.
Power steering is GONE or you just need to work it in :)