Used Renault Grand Scenic Steering Column

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About Steering Column

One of the most important components in the steering system of any motor vehicle is the Grand Scenic Renaultsteering column. The primary function of a car’s Grand Scenic Renaultsteering column is to connect the steering wheel to the steering mechanism. This enables the steering system to translate the rotating movement of the steering wheel, as the driver steers the car, to the transverse movement of the vehicle’s wheels.

Although the operation of the steering system is the principle role of the Grand Scenic Renaultsteering column it also has secondary functions, which include housing the Grand Scenic Renaultsteering column electrical wiring, which is responsible for the operation of many of the vehicle’s accessories. The Grand Scenic Renaultsteering column also hosts a variety of column switches, including those that are used to operate the windscreen wipers, the headlights, the horn, the direction indicators, the screen washers and, in higher range vehicles, the audio system, cruise control system and onboard computer.

Most modern vehicles also have a steering lock, which is housed within the Grand Scenic Renaultsteering column and many vehicle models also have the facility to raise and lower the steering wheel, via a mechanism within the Grand Scenic Renaultsteering column, to suit the height of individual drivers. Finally, certain steering columns, especially on older vehicles, also hold the gear shift control lever.

The  Grand Scenic Renaultsteering column is therefore a component with a variety of important functions.

Renault trivia

  • The Royal family have always enjoyed a Renault, but the first royal sale was in 1905 when King Edward VII bagged himself a Landaulette. Our current monarch didn’t pay for one; however, they did receive a Renault Dauphine as a gift in 1957.
  • Renault has more models of electric cars than any other manufacturer, with the Twizy, Kangoo, and Fluence their most popular electric-powered vehicles.
  • Renault are obviously well known for their motorsport successes, but did you know that their early, groundbreaking work on car body mathematical curve modelling was one of the starting points for today’s computer graphics?
  • The French Government still owns a 15% stake in the Renault company!
  • Widely considered the first-ever Grand Prix, the 1906 Le Mans was won by the Renault AK90CV, driven by French driving legend Ferenc Szisz. The race consisted of 12 laps of a daunting 64-mile circuit.