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.
2004 Porsche 911 996 40th Anniversary Edition Coupe H6 3.6L Steering Parts & Accessories
Keep moving in the right direction with steering components from ECS Tuning. Replace worn linkages, leaking pumps, and racks to keep you car quick and nimble in rush hour traffic or when cruising the open road.
Wheels are used to mount the tires, support and steer the vehicle, and transmit both driving force and braking to control vehicle motion. Steel or aluminum, ECS has a huge assortment of both original equipment and aftermarket wheels, plus our own Alzor brand of custom alloys.
The steering column doesn't just support the steering shaft and coupler, it also houses the turn signal arm and switch and the ignition switch, in most makes. We stock all steering column parts, plus color-matched trim panels to repair and restore the look of your interior.
Whether you're topping off a system or doing a complete fluid flush, it pays to use the recommended fluid. ECS Tuning has OEM-approved fluids with additives that improve performance and protect your steering system from wear and chemical attack.
Power steering pumps generate the hydraulic pressure needed by the steering assist system. Keep your pump working better and longer with quality drive belts, pulleys, fluids, and filters. If your pump is worn or damaged, install a new or remanufactured replacement from one of our trusted suppliers.
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.
Power steering coolers remove heat from the power steering fluid to prevent damage to the pump and rack. Damaged coolers should always be replaced, and vehicles subjected to severe duty, or that operate in hot climates, should be upgraded to a larger cooler.