The steering knuckle unites several critical systems that suspend the chassis; support the drive axles and wheel hubs; mount the brakes; and allow the front wheels to turn when steering. Collision-damaged knuckles can adversely affect any and all of these functions, and make it impossible to properly adjust steering geometry.
Power steering lines carry the fluid throughout your power assist system. ECS has a full line of power steering hoses for your car. Avoid damage to more expensive parts like the rack and pump, and keep power steering fluid inside the system, where it belongs.
The steering rack converts steering wheel rotation into lateral movement of the steering linkages, and uses fluid pressure from the power steering pump to provide steering assist. Trust ECS Tuning to provide you with quality new and remanufactured racks, plus repair parts and recommended steering fluids.
Power steering reservoirs store fluid for the pump and rack, and may contain a filter or strainer to keep the fluid clean. Reservoirs may crack and leak from heat and vibration, and filter replacement requires a fresh reservoir, in some applications. Why not include one in your next fluid service?
Tie rods and tie rod ends transfer steering inputs to the front wheels. Anchored at both ends by ball-and-socket tie rod pivots or bushings, these vital linkages take a constant beating from steering movement and road shocks transmitted by the wheels. Replace worn tie rods and ends to keep your steering taut, responsive, and safe.