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2006 BMW Z4 Steering Tie Rod Assembly Lemfoerder

P311-3DD74E9    W0133-1812936  New

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  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
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2006 - BMW Z4 Coupe 3.0si
Lemfoerder
1999 BMW 328i Steering Tie Rod Assembly Lemfoerder

P311-3DD74E9    W0133-1812936  New

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$103.97
Lemfoerder Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 09/01/1998-
Brand: Lemfoerder
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1999 - BMW 328i E46 Fr:09-01-98
Lemfoerder
2012 BMW X5 Steering Tie Rod Assembly Lemfoerder

P311-39D899B    W0133-1907244  New

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$140.31
Lemfoerder Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Lemfoerder
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2012 - BMW X5
Lemfoerder
2014 BMW X6 Steering Tie Rod Assembly Lemfoerder

P311-39D899B    W0133-1907244  New

Qty:
$140.31
Lemfoerder Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Assembly, Incl.Inner, Outer, Clamp and Nut
Brand: Lemfoerder
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2014 - BMW X6
First Equipment Quality
2001 BMW 525i Steering Tie Rod Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-1F92565    W0133-1618271  New

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$52.28
First Equipment Quality Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • Right
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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2001 - BMW 525i
First Equipment Quality
2003 BMW 530i Steering Tie Rod Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-1F92565    W0133-1618271  New

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First Equipment Quality Steering Tie Rod Assembly
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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2003 - BMW 530i
First Equipment Quality
1995 BMW M3 Steering Tie Rod Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-03AD3C7    W0133-1614782  New

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$62.17
First Equipment Quality Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • Left
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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1995 - BMW M3
First Equipment Quality
1999 BMW 328i Steering Tie Rod Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-03AD3C7    W0133-1614782  New

Qty:
$62.17
First Equipment Quality Steering Tie Rod Assembly
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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1999 - BMW 328i E36
Lemfoerder
2003 BMW X5 Steering Tie Rod Assembly Lemfoerder

P311-196F00B    W0133-1665527  New

Qty:
$97.88
Lemfoerder Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 10/2003-
Brand: Lemfoerder
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2003 - BMW X5 4.4i Fr:10-00-03
Lemfoerder
2006 BMW X5 Steering Tie Rod Assembly Lemfoerder

P311-196F00B    W0133-1665527  New

Qty:
$97.88
Lemfoerder Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Lemfoerder
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Vehicle
2006 - BMW X5
Febi
2006 BMW Z4 Steering Tie Rod Assembly Febi

P311-2DB44CB    W0133-1812936  New

Qty:
$54.26
Febi Steering Tie Rod Assembly
Brand: Febi
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2006 - BMW Z4 Coupe 3.0si
Febi
1999 BMW 328i Steering Tie Rod Assembly Febi

P311-2DB44CB    W0133-1812936  New

Qty:
$54.26
Febi Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • Production: 09/01/1998-
Brand: Febi
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Vehicle Manuf. Body Code Prod. Date Range
1999 - BMW 328i E46 Fr:09-01-98
Lemfoerder
2012 BMW X3 Steering Tie Rod Assembly Lemfoerder

P311-445B79A    W0133-1918569  New

Qty:
$146.10
Lemfoerder Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Lemfoerder
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Vehicle
2012 - BMW X3
Lemfoerder
2017 BMW X4 Steering Tie Rod Assembly Lemfoerder

P311-445B79A    W0133-1918569  New

Qty:
$146.10
Lemfoerder Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Assembly, Incl.Inner, Outer, Clamp and Nut
Brand: Lemfoerder
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Vehicle
2017 - BMW X4
Febi
2012 BMW X5 Steering Tie Rod Assembly Febi

P311-128111A    W0133-1907244  New

Qty:
$77.77
Febi Steering Tie Rod Assembly
Brand: Febi
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Vehicle
2012 - BMW X5
Febi
2014 BMW X6 Steering Tie Rod Assembly Febi

P311-128111A    W0133-1907244  New

Qty:
$77.77
Febi Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • Assembly, Incl.Inner, Outer, Clamp and Nut
Brand: Febi
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Vehicle
2014 - BMW X6
Febi
2006 BMW 325xi Steering Tie Rod Assembly Febi

P311-1CE2CF0    W0133-1907239  New

Qty:
$62.67
Febi Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • Left
Brand: Febi
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Vehicle
2006 - BMW 325xi
Febi
2013 BMW 335i xDrive Steering Tie Rod Assembly Febi

P311-1CE2CF0    W0133-1907239  New

Qty:
$62.67
Febi Steering Tie Rod Assembly
Brand: Febi
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Vehicle Body
2013 - BMW 335i xDrive Coupe
Febi
2013 BMW 328i xDrive Steering Tie Rod Assembly 6 Cyl 3.0L Febi

P311-1CE2CF0    W0133-1907239  New

Qty:
$62.67
Febi Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • Assembly, Incl.Inner, Outer, Clamp and Nut
Brand: Febi
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2013 - BMW 328i xDrive L 6 Cyl 3.0L - 2996
Febi
2006 BMW 325xi Steering Tie Rod Assembly Febi

P311-58856F0    W0133-1907240  New

Qty:
$65.79
Febi Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • Right
Brand: Febi
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Vehicle
2006 - BMW 325xi

Latest Bmw Repair and Tie Rod Installation Advice

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front non drivers side brake cluncks

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Question From ian lally on front non drivers side brake cluncks

bmw 323i coupe 1995 my front non drivers side brake cluncks when i apply the brakes. i have had the abs system checked its ok.ihave changed the front caliper. it came from the 3 series but not off the 323i series.it also does not clunck when i apply the brake in the wet

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

That noise could be anything in the front end that's worn like control arm bushings, tie rod ends, etc. It can also be the pads slapping inside the caliper against the stops due to weak hardware.

Steering WHeel Slightly Misaligned

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Question From zudecke on Steering WHeel Slightly Misaligned

Year of vehicle: 2002
Make of vehicle: BMW Mini Cooper (Auto)
Model of vehicle: Hatchback
Engine size: 1.6 (Petrol)
Mileage/Kilometers: 37k

Hi,

My Mini 2002 has a slight niggling problem in that the steering wheel sits slightly misaligned at about 11.55, as opposed to 12.00 o'clock.

BMW told me that the steering wheel may need to be repositioned and quoted me something like £250.

I have since spoken to independent mechanics/garages and I've got the following responses:

"Could be one of a number of different issues, such as a bent tie rod, wishbone, tracking or incorrect fitting of steering wheel following an incident etc"

And the other is from a garage with dedicated laser alignment bays and they said:
"Should be £29.37 including vat, unless it needs anything more major then you could be looking at £29.37 per camber or caster adjustment."

My question is, what is my worst case scenario? I want to have knowledge of the possible problems that it could be, before walking into a mechanics, blindfolded and potentially getting conned.

Help appreciated, thanks!

Nick

Response From Sidom

I'm just curious if the car has hit something or been in a wreck? As Tom & Z pointed out the suspension does need to be checked 1st and any competent shop will do that.

If nothing has happened to the car and this just started on it's own, one thing did come to mind.

You mentioned "niggling". I'm not sure what you meant exactly but we'll see if this fits. When a tire gets a slight seperation a few things can go on. One, when driving at slow speeds the steering wheel will "rock" back & forth and usually won't be as noticeable at higher speeds. Also you can get a slight pull to one direction or the other. What happens is, while you're driving down the road you have to "cock" the steering wheel to the opposite side to compensate for the pull to make the car go straight..That could account for the wheel being off, if not it could be recentered during the alignment.

We can't see the car online so what the shop tells you is the problem would override this advise. While there are a few bad apples out there like anything in life, in the automotive world, the majority of the shops are honest & hard working.
Knowledge of systems isn't required to get your car repaired. It's not a bad idea because then what they are telling will make more sense.

Response From zmame


You have to bring it in for a 4 wheel alignment $250 seems high. When they do alignment they will check front end. More then likely you've hit something.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

zmame - £250 = Pounds! Last look a while ago that's about 1.5xUS Dollar!

Nick - a slight bit off is still wrong. If nobody has removed steering wheel or steering parts then first check you tires and pressure.

Different tires on front could do that easily.

Basic alignment should include "centering" the wheel on level road. On highly pitched roads any cars would require some adjustment.

If front end parts are all in order, car sits equally level left to right they wheel should be 12 O'clock on level road.

Doesn't take much to throw that off that little. Even just one person vs two equally in vehicle can make that small amount especially in a small car,

T