2. Charging System This is the heart of the electrical system. It consists of three main components: the belt-driven alternator, various electrical circuits, and a voltage regulator. The alternator supplies power to the electrical system and recharges the battery after your car has started. Just like it sounds, the voltage regulator controls the voltage, keeping it within the operating range of the electrical system.
The braking system contains many moving parts, and because brakes work by creating friction to slow or stop the vehicle, many of these parts wear a little each time the brakes are applied. For example, car brake pads contain 'friction material' â€“ a material with a rough surface which is forced onto the car brake disc to slow it down, or stop it completely, during braking. This rate that this friction material wears is... FULL ARTICLE @ http://www.mb-liverpool.co.uk/car-brakes-liverpool/
Citreon DS a design classic -so many firsts -first mass production car with front power disc brakes, hydropneumatic suspension, automatic leveling system, variable ground clearance, power steering, semi-automatic transmission with no clutch pedal and I think headlights that followed the steering? Plus a fibreglass roof to lower the centre of gravity.
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