Light source hydraulics refer to vehicle alignment system that use a motor to drive the tilt and position of one or more wheels of a vehicle. The engine is able to change the angle or position of one wheel or more depending upon the requirement of the driving conditions. It can also be used as a brake assist system. There are two types of this type of alignment; magnetic and linear.
Magnetic Alignment System
The main component of this type of alignment is a magnet that is controlled by the transmission. This magnet is placed in between the wheels of the vehicle so as to let the reels spin freely and thus align the wheel axle. A second magnet is fitted between the first and the last wheel axle so that it can rotate freely in the same direction. There are some accessories that allow the wheels to turn in two approaches simultaneously. These accessories are called double wobble isolation devices.