currently employs 670 and produces power steering pumps, automatic transmission pumps and die castings for steering and driveline applications.
What does PSP stand for?
PSP stands for Power Steering Pump (automobiles)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Early versions pulled to the left a bit, with a few dashboard rattles, sticking seats, weak handbrakes and power steering pump issues.
And when we step down we end up doing things like getting covered in oil while dismantling power steering pumps.
If it is stiff in both directions, there is a problem with the power steering pump.
For example, the power steering pump, water pump and AC compressor for the system are all electrically powered--the belt-driven versions wouldn't work.
EPS systems would eliminate the traditional hydraulic system's power steering pump, hoses, hydraulic fluid, and drive belt and pulley on the engine.
When the company purchased an automated line to manufacture power steering pump housings and high pressure integral plates in 1992, Fuji Machine America Corp, Lincolnshire, IL, provided two fully automated turning cells to meet the additional volume.