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BBB Industries
2000 Lexus GS400 Rack and Pinion Assembly BBB Industries - Reman Rack and Pinion

P311-59449CE    311-0179  Remanufactured


$131.00 301.96
BBB Industries Rack and Pinion Assembly
  • ; Power Steering
  • Reman Rack and Pinion
  • Product Attributes:
    • Bushings Included: Yes
    • Distance Between Mounting Holes (mm): 65.024
    • Hydraulic or Electric: Hydraulic
    • Inner Tie Rods Included: Yes
    • Input Shaft Diameter (mm): 19.05
    • Input Shaft Length (mm): 42.863
    • Mounting Hole Quantity: 2
    • Outer Tie Rods Included: No
    • Pressure Port Thread Size: M16x1.50
    • Prop 65 Warning: Warning: Cancer And Reproductive Harm
    • Rack Length (mm): 1127.125
    • Return Port Thread Size: M17x1.50
    • Turns Lock To Lock: 3.375
Brand: BBB Industries
Additional Fitment Information:
2000 - Lexus GS400
1999 Lexus GS400 Rack and Pinion Assembly Cardone - Rack and Pinion Assembly

P311-2FF6F70    26-2626  Remanufactured

4420024200 , 4420030290 , 4425030230 , 4550329795 , 4550339155

$143.10 323.15
Cardone Rack and Pinion Assembly
  • Includes Inner Tie Rods In-Line filter available For warranty purposes it is recommended to always install a filter and to use suggested OE Fluid and flush the system with Hydraulic Power
  • Rack and Pinion Assembly
  • Product Attributes:
    • Casting Material: Steel/aluminum
    • Distance Between Mounting Holes (in): 2.56
    • Distance Between Mounting Holes (mm): 65.10
    • E-Waste: No
    • FAQs:
      • For The First Few Minutes Of Driving My Car, The Steering Is Hard. Is The Rack And Pinion Bad Or The Power Steering Pump?
      • I Replaced The Rack And Now The Power Steering Pump Is Whining. What Happened? It Never Did This Before!
      • Steering Not Returning To Center Coming Out Of A Turn. What Could Be Causing This?
      • The Most Likely Cause Of Power Steering Pump Whine Is Air In The System. The Steering System Must Be Bled Completely.
      • The Rack And Pinion Does Not Return To Center By Itself. The Geometry Of The Front Suspension Causes The Wheels To Return To Center Coming Out Of A Turn. If The Vehicle Will Not Return To Center, First, Check The Front End Alignment, Then, Check For A Res
      • This Symptom Is Classified As "morning Sickness". This Condition Is Caused By Teflon Sealing Rings On The Spool Valve Wearing Grooves In The Aluminum Housing Of The Rack And Pinion Resulting In An Internal Bypass Of Pressure. Once The Housing Warms Up, Th
    • Features and Benefits:
      • 100% Hydraulic Testing For Proper Flow, Leakage And Performance Ensures Perfect Fit And Function (where Applicable).
      • 100% New O.e.- Style O-rings And Lip Seals Ensure Leak-free And Long-lasting Performance (where Applicable)
      • 100% Performance Testing To Ensure Perfect Fit, Function And Reliable Performance.
      • All New Spool Valve Seals And Rack Donut Seals Are Installed To Eliminate Internal Leaks And Ensure Reliable Performance (where Applicable).
      • As A Remanufactured Original Equipment Part, This Unit Guarantees A Perfect Vehicle Fit.
      • Our Remanufacturing Process Is Earth-friendly, As It Reduces The Energy And Raw Material Needed To Make A New Part By 80%.
      • Protective Coating Applied To Each Unit To Extend The Life Of The Unit (where Applicable).
      • Racks Are Surfaced To Precise Specifications To Prevent Leaking Between Chambers And Extend Unit Life.
      • Valve Housings Have Polished Micro-finish Sleeves For Durability (where Applicable).
    • First Application Year: 1998
    • Hose Port Type: Banjo/washer
    • Input Shaft Diameter (in): 0.75
    • Input Shaft Diameter (mm): 19.00
    • Input Shaft Length (in): 1.82
    • Input Shaft Length (mm): 46.23
    • Pressure Port Thread Size: M16 X 1.5
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
    • Rack Length (in): 44.38
    • Rack Length (mm): 1127.13
    • Return Port Thread Size: M17 X 1.5
    • Steering Rack Color: Black
    • Thread Length (in): 2.20
    • Thread Length (mm): 55.75
    • Tie Rod Ends Included: Inner
    • Total Turns Lock to Lock: 3.38
  • CARDONE Remanufactured Rack & Pinions are re-engineered, built and tested to meet or exceed O.E. fit and performance. 100% new, O.E.-style o-rings and seals are installed to ensure leak-free, long-lasting performance. A final protective coating is applied and each unit is tested to guarantee a perfect fit and function.
Brand: Cardone
Additional Fitment Information:
1999 - Lexus GS400

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Question From howmany5 on 2001 Malibu steering

Purchased 01 Malibu used that has been well cared for, practically no rust. Steering wheel turns several time freely yet wheels barely provide 10 degrees of turning. Unable to locate any hydraulic leaks.
Is it rack or some type of u-joint type coupling. Heard and felt a clunk and now it wont steer.

Response From Hammer Time

With the car running stand outside the driverd door where you can see the front wheels and reach in and the the steering wheel back and for about 3 inches and see if the wheel moves at all.

Response From howmany5

I did as you suggested. I can turn the steering wheel to the left 1 - 1.5 revolutions with no visible tire movement. I can turn the steering wheel to the 1 - 1.5 revolutions with very little tire movement. There's an audible clunk when turning to the right as well as you can hear the pump go under load when turning (completely) to the right, but not in the left.

Response From Hammer Time

Someone needs to look under the hood while you're doing that to determine what is broken. Something definitely came apart.

Response From howmany5 Top Rated Answer

The steering shaft and connection to rack and pinion is really not too visible from looking under hood. In you opinion, does it sound like a mechanical connection issue vs a rack and pinion assembly failure?

Response From Hammer Time

What's the difference? They are both mechanical issues. Unless you have a crystal ball, somebody needs to inspect it.

Response From howmany5

Excellent point. Thank you for your insight and suggestions.

Response From Hammer Time

Don't try to drive it. It needs to be towed to wherever it's going.

Response From howmany5

That's affirmative. Tower picking up in am. I was just trying to understand to be more knowledgeable when communicating with mechanic as well as not getting hosed. Thanks again.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Excellent on towing this only! That is a WILD amount of free play!


Response From howmany5

Turns out to be the sub-frame rusted out and unable to support the rack loads..

Response From Hammer Time

Turns out to be the sub-frame rusted out and unable to support the rack loads..

Yep, that's about as serious (and dangerous) as it gets.

Response From howmany5

The used car/parts guy says he can replace sub-frame with used, that the rack functions fine. Are sub-frames a bolt on component?

Response From Hammer Time

Yes, it's bolt in but it's still a real lot of work. It carries the engine and transmission.

Response From Discretesignals

Practically no rust? Someone forgot to inspect the bottom of the car before buying.

We sometimes get those here in the shop. Car looks pristine until you get it up on the lift, then you need an umbrella cause it is raining rust. If the engine cradle is rotted out, how about the suspension and braking components?

Did you buy this as is?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Still will take a good look at overall rust to toss whole subframe or what. Geez, is your car and my truck related? Just went thru that on another area. Not the point so find out from those looking right at it what is best.

IMO if good used beats the heck out of new (still might be available) locally and rest of car is good go for it IMO. No clue why but here in RustoChusetts (MA) and plenty of places some parts go but vehicle fine and no telling just why?

No telling on costs - ask. No escaping vehicles costing bucks no matter what you do,