Ford Sierra



Ford Sierra
1.2. Car identification
2. Maintenance service
3. The general data
4. Engines
5. Coupling
6. Transmissions
7. A kardannyj shaft and the back bridge
- 8. A steering
   8.1. Technical characteristics
   8.2. Removal and installation of steering transfer
   8.3. Dismantling and assemblage of steering transfer
   8.4. Removal and installation of a steering column
   8.5. Dismantling and steering wheel assemblage
   - 8.6. A steering with the hydraulic booster
      8.6.1. Technical characteristics
      8.6.2. Removal and installation of steering transfer
      8.6.3. Removal and installation of the hydraulic pump
      8.6.4. Dismantling and assemblage of steering transfer CAM GEAR
      8.6.5. Dismantling and assemblage of steering transfer ZF
      8.6.6. Removal and installation of a steering column
      8.6.7. Dismantling and steering wheel assemblage
      8.6.8. Removal of air from steering system
9. Suspension brackets
10. Brake system
11. A body
12. An electric equipment


8.6. A steering with the hydraulic booster
THE GENERAL DATA

Steering with the hydraulic booster (And – marks ZF, In – marks Cam Gear)


1 – приводная a gear wheel,
2 – the case приводной gear wheels,
3 – the case gear рейки,
4 – gear рейка,
5 – the piston and a connector,
6 – steering draughts,
7 – pipelines of a high pressure,
8 – the case of the hydraulic pump,
9 – the hydraulic pump,
10 – an axis of a rotor of the pump,
11 – a rotor of the pump with blades,
12 – муфта a high pressure

The pump of the hydraulic booster of system of a steering

1 – the pump,
2 – a pulley,
3 – маслосборник,
4 – back consolidation of a rotor,
5 – a rotor,
6 – shovels of a rotor,
7 – a nut,
8 – a pump axis

The system of a steering with the hydraulic booster has косозубую реечную steering transfer with the hydraulic booster of firm ZF or Сam Gear.

The hydraulic pump of firm Saginaw лопастной. The safe steering column has a two-piece shaft of a steering wheel with крестовым the hinge, and also the deformable casing of a shaft fixed under the forward panel and compressed in case of a head-on collision.