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My Account Sign In. BMW 2 Series. BMW 3 Series. BMW 4 Series.Remember Me? Having had a relatively low speed accident when I missed a corner on a country road, my late series car was repaired by a "BMW-approved repairer" as arranged by my insurance company.
When returned to me, there was clearly a steering fault at speeds of 50mph and above when the steering became very stiff and wouldn't self-centre. I returned the vehicle to the repairers, and it took a further 10 days for them to resolve the fault. Apparently it was due to the replacement steering rack, and they had a similar problem with the next one as well!!
The 3rd replacement rack seems to be ok now. The garage says that BMW reported a "faulty batch" of exchange racks. Is anyone else aware of these issues? Should the rack have been changed in the first instance if there was no apparent damage? Appreciate 0. All times are GMT The time now is PM.
BMW Garage. Mark Forums Read. Thread Tools. F10 Steering Rack Problems Having had a relatively low speed accident when I missed a corner on a country road, my late series car was repaired by a "BMW-approved repairer" as arranged by my insurance company. Appreciate 0 Tweet. Posting Rules.Thanks to its compact design and relative mechanical simplicity, hydraulic power steering rack and pinions are found in most current passenger vehicles, sport utility and light trucks.
Due to the steering racks relative inaccessibility, and the fact that some of the more mechanically inclined customers tend to tackle this job themselves, we tend to recommend the long rack with new and vital, but I'll get to that later power steering hoses.
The metering valve includes a small torsion bar that twists or deflects according to the amount of torque applied to the steering wheel.
As the torsion bar does so, the valve allows more fluid pressure to enter the assist cylinder. Diagnosing a failure of a power steering rack in retrospect is rather simple, I made a point of not mentioning the pump as I want to keep the focus on the gear and rack assembly also as oddly enough I sell more rack and pinions then I ever sell pumps.
The most common of these failures is fluid leakage from the assist cylinder into the bellows. Often times customers will call in claiming there rack bellows appear to be bulging with fluid as if they will burst.
A less common fault and one a bit harder to spot is leakage coming from the metering valve and the housing for the cylinder usually see fluid begin to drip from the portion of the gear where it meets the columnwhich can cause a temporary or intermittent loss of steering. Metering valve failure can also cause in some extreme cases, a pull to one side or another.
In either case, when a faulty or defective steering rack is confirmed, the proper steps need to be taken to ensure the replacement does not share the same fate.
Though tedious, and time consuming, it is vital and imperative that whenever a replacement rack is installed all the associated lines, hardware, and fluid be changed along with them. You must ensure above all else, that the existing fluid within the system is flushed with manufacturer specific fluid, making sure you rid the system of ALL contaminants before final system pressurization is completed.
The number one fault I have seen in most replacements of power steering racks is people thinking this is a simple "unbolt, bolt-on" procedure. Now, I have never been one for doing the same labor twice, so before I even begin installing the new rack I run at least two bottles of fluid through the pump, reservoir, and lines to ensure they bleed through picking up what contaminants I can.
You are basically throwing away this fluid but it definitely pays off dividends later given the cost of replacement racks, and their hefty core fees, I can live with throwing away two bottles of 20 dollar fluid.
After I feel comfortable with the cleanliness of the system I would begin installing a new rack, after of course I purchase new washers for the lines leading to it, or new lines if need be. Then I follow the rigorous procedure of bleeding the system outlined below. Mike is a former ASE Certified Technician and has over 10 years experience working on various European makes and models.
This FCP veteran has been with us for almost 8 years and has worked very closely with our customers helping with technical advise and service. He can be reached at mike fcpeuro. How does it work? A power steering rack contains four major components: The rack gear, the section that is attached to the tie rods and in turn the spindles, The pinion or steering gear attached to the steering column The hydraulic assist cylinder attached to the rack gear The metering valve connecting the steering wheel shaft to the pinion gear.
Drain the power steering fluid, first by disconnecting the low pressure hose at its lowest point on the car and allow as much fluid to seep as possible. Reconnect that low pressure hose, usually located near the rack leading from the power steering reservoir but not always the same.
Remove the cap from the power steering reservoir and add the recommend amount of the manufacturer suggested power steering fluid. Replace the power steering cap and seal the reservoir. Start the motor and rotate the steering wheels from lock to lock for about 5 minutes or at least 30 lock to lock cycles.
While turning listening for any noise from the pump indicating there is air in the system. Continue turning until all air is removed from the system and there is no sound emanating from the system.Wanna join the discussion?! Q Contact. Welcome Guest! Forum Active Topics Login Register. BMW F10 steering rack replaced,coding problem. Rank: Newbie. Everything looks like ok,just one fault in the EPS memory: But i can not code this module.
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I only bought the Locksmith option. So i can not flash with this tool. So i can not do my job. Only a few minutes work,cost me 2 days now and no result That's what i did and and tried to wrote before this post.
Some bug in the program or i don't know. But forget it. I solved the problem with E-SYSPower steering reservoirs hold the extra fluid needed to run your steering unit. If your car starts making noises when you turn the wheel check this reservoir to make sure it is filled to its proper level. If yours is getting old, drying out or cracking make sure to replace it with a new one from Pelican Parts. If your power steering hoses appear swollen or cracked, they may need replacement.
Replace your power steering hoses today and keep your car running. Tie rods connect your steering rack to the hubs. They have bushings in them and are frequently the source of slop or vibrations in a steering system. Get rid of any loose play or vibration today with new ones from Pelican. All Search Everything. Steering SystemPage 1. Steering Racks Whether restoring a car or replacing a damaged system Pelican has a new steering rack for you.
Click for More Info. Steering Rack Hardware. When rebuilding your steering rack always finish the job right with new hardware. Brand Rating. Power Steering Reservoirs Power steering reservoirs hold the extra fluid needed to run your steering unit.
Developed to reduce bleed time following power steering repairs, this Power Steering Evac Adapter Kit from Schwaben features a universal cone-shaped rubber body that adapts to any diameter of power steering reservoir.
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Note - The use of a vacuum pump is required. Power Steering Hoses If your power steering hoses appear swollen or cracked, they may need replacement. This tool is used to release the quick connect style fittings used on power steering lines. Tie Rod End Pullers. This special Schwaben Tool for inner tie rods allows removing inner tie rod without disassembling the rack and pinion.
This is a great time and labor saver when removing and installing inner tie rods. Designed for the proper disassembly of the pitman arm type tie rod ends without tearing the ball joint boots. Tie Rods Tie rods connect your steering rack to the hubs. Tie Rod Assembly Left.
Tie Rod Assembly Right. Will not tear tie rod boots, which can lead to premature failure of the tie rod assembly. Tie Rod End Left Outer. Tie Rod End Right Outer. Will not tear the tie rod boots on your BMW, which can lead to premature failure of the tie rod assembly.Remember Me?
BMW Models. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 25 of Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Difficulty level: 8 Sorry, I didn't have time to take pictures because I needed the car done asap. Jack the car up from the front jack point or the subframe.
Make sure to loosen the Lug bolts before raising the car. Remove the Splash Sheild. Now we have to remove the tire rods, first remove the 18mm bolts on the steering knuckle that holds the outer tie rod in place. Wedge you pickle fork between the tie rod and the steering knuckle and hammer away, don't pull or pry, just wedge and hammer. After a few good blows, the tie rod will separate from the knuckle.
Loosen the locking nut on the inner tie rod and then twist the outer tie rod off. Do no lose the spacer. Do the same for the other side. Remove both left and right outer tie rods. Remove the two bolts that hold the steering rack to the subframe, these are 16mm heads with a 16mm nut on top, hold the nut and loosen.
Remove the lower engine mounts bolts, one on each side, there are either 16 or 17mm I forget which. Now, get a jack and put the wood piece between the jack and the block, right behind the harmonic balancer. Slowly raise the engine. I had to to remove my fan shroud pins to lift then engine high enough.
Raise the engine a good inches. Now, unbolt the steering column from the steering rack, its one bolt and its 13mm. No need to worry about the nut, its welded on. Now pry off the column from the rack. Now, remove the two power steering lines that are connected to the rack, one is a 22mm and the other is a 19mm. I lost mine and they were a pain in the ass to find at any hardware store. When you break the bolts loose, have the bucket read.
Almost all the ATF will come out. Maneuver the rack out of the car. I was able to remove my rack from the passenger side. It took some time, but if your engine is raised high enough, it should come out with ease. Your new rack should come pre-filled with ATF, mine did.
Now maneuver the new rack in.
I was able to get the new rack in from the drivers side. When tightening up the bolt that goes from the steering column to the rack, if it doesn't tights all they way, in other words, if the bolts doesn't sit flush with the metals, its fine. My new rack had a thicker stud compared to my old rack so I had about half an inch of the bolt sticking out.
The bolt clears everything so all is well.Is it easy to take a slow tight turn? That's thanks to your power steering pump. If you are finding it getting hard to turn your wheel then your pump may be starting to go, and Pelican has a new one to get you back to effortless cruising. Power steering reservoirs hold the extra fluid needed to run your steering unit. If your car starts making noises when you turn the wheel check this reservoir to make sure it is filled to its proper level.
If yours is getting old, drying out or cracking make sure to replace it with a new one from Pelican Parts. Power steering units can generate a lot of heat, and like your engine, need to work at a constant temperature.
These coolers and parts help in keeping your power steering units at the right temperature for a long and trouble free life. Is your power steering starting to make noise? Your fluid level may be getting low. Top it off with new fluid from Pelican. Hydraulic fluid is the life blood of any hydraulic system, and its primary job is to transfer power.
There are varying specifics for different applications. Check your owner's manual or the service label on the component for your make and model's recommended specifications. All Search Everything. BMW 5-Series F10 - Steering SystemPage 1. Steering Racks Whether restoring a car or replacing a damaged system Pelican has a new steering rack for you.
Steering Rack - Electric Rebuilt. Click for More Info. Steering Rack Boots. Avoid expensive damage to your steering system with new, inexpensive rack boots from Pelican. Brand Rating. Power Steering Pumps Is it easy to take a slow tight turn?
Power Steering Pump. Power Steering Reservoirs Power steering reservoirs hold the extra fluid needed to run your steering unit. Developed to reduce bleed time following power steering repairs, this Power Steering Evac Adapter Kit from Schwaben features a universal cone-shaped rubber body that adapts to any diameter of power steering reservoir. Note - The use of a vacuum pump is required. Power Steering Coolers and Lines Power steering units can generate a lot of heat, and like your engine, need to work at a constant temperature.