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Danske
1966 Porsche 911 Steering Tie Rod Assembly Danske

P311-33CBDE7    1644400110  New

Qty:
224.89
Danske Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • 2 of 930 347 031 01 Tie Rod 2 of 930 347 191 02 Boot 2 of 930 347 313 01 Distance Washer Includes with Turbo Tie Rod Update
Brand: Danske
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1966 - Porsche 911
TRW
2009 Porsche Cayenne Steering Tie Rod Assembly TRW

P311-495B8E5    W0133-1785440  New

Qty:
167.75
TRW 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.
  • 3/36 Warranty
  • Left
Brand: TRW
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel
2009 - Porsche Cayenne Turbo S
Lemfoerder
2009 Porsche Cayenne Steering Tie Rod Assembly Lemfoerder

P311-353A7DF    W0133-1785440  New

Qty:
138.21
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
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel
2009 - Porsche Cayenne Turbo
Meyle
2008 Porsche Cayenne Steering Tie Rod Assembly Meyle

P311-33AC736    W0133-1785440  New

Qty:
134.38
Meyle Steering Tie Rod Assembly
Brand: Meyle
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Vehicle Submodel
2008 - Porsche Cayenne Turbo
Meyle
2008 Porsche Cayenne Steering Tie Rod Assembly Meyle

P311-5442A34    W0133-1785441  New

Qty:
133.28
Meyle Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • Right
Brand: Meyle
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel
2008 - Porsche Cayenne Turbo
Lemfoerder
2003 Porsche Cayenne Steering Tie Rod Assembly Lemfoerder

P311-3DE4AFE    W0133-1785441  New

Qty:
146.39
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
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel
2003 - Porsche Cayenne Turbo
Lemfoerder
1966 Porsche 911 Steering Tie Rod Assembly Lemfoerder

P311-46BB10D    W0133-1611789  New

Qty:
85.21
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.
  • ; Use Additional: 2, 930 347 191 02 boots & 2, 930 347 313 01 washers for updating non-turbo vehicles.
  • Additional parts : 2, 930 347 191 02 boots & 2, 930 347 313 01 washers for updating non-turbo vehicles.
Brand: Lemfoerder
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1966 - Porsche 911
Lemfoerder
1977 Porsche 911 Steering Tie Rod Assembly Lemfoerder

P311-46BB10D    W0133-1611789  New

Qty:
85.21
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.
  • Additional parts : 2, 930 347 191 02 boots & 2, 930 347 313 01 washers for updating non-turbo vehicles.
Brand: Lemfoerder
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel
1977 - Porsche 911 Turbo Carrera
OCAP
1983 Porsche 944 Steering Tie Rod Assembly OCAP

P311-2E545C3    W0133-2737956  New

Qty:
148.43
OCAP Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • ; with Manual Steering
Brand: OCAP
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1983 - Porsche 944
Lemfoerder
1994 Porsche 911 Steering Tie Rod Assembly Lemfoerder

P311-300E291    W0133-1619438  New

Qty:
73.42
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.
  • ; (Without inner joint, with sleeve)
  • Outer
Brand: Lemfoerder
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Manuf. Body Code
1994 - Porsche 911 RS America 964
Sebro
1996 Porsche 911 Steering Tie Rod Assembly Sebro - w/Rack Boot & Lock Nut

P311-15BEBFB    W0133-3552125  New

Qty:
218.41
Sebro Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • w/Rack Boot & Lock Nut
Brand: Sebro
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1996 - Porsche 911
Sebro
1998 Porsche 911 Steering Tie Rod Assembly Sebro - w/Rack Boot & Lock Nut

P311-15BEBFB    W0133-3552125  New

Qty:
218.41
Sebro Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • w/Rack Boot & Lock Nut
  • Left & Right
Brand: Sebro
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1998 - Porsche 911

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STEERING UNEVEN

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Question From Race Driver on STEERING UNEVEN

Hi Everyone,

Problem on steering. I have a 2006 Porsche 911 Carrerra 4 (997) (4 wheel drive). Since day one, the steering has been uneven meaning that it is "looser" or has more give when I turn right and is "tighter" or more responsive when I turn left. The alignment is normal and straight. I've brought it back to the dealer 4 times and they've changed the steering rack but say there's nothing else more they can do. This has been extemely frustrating b/c its makes it unenjoyable to drive a sports car b/c of this difficult handling. I dont' know anything about the steering mechanism of Porsches, esp. a 4 wheel drive system but I'm thinking could there be a problem in the steering column? What else could I have them look at or demand to replace? Thank you.

Response From Race Driver

Thanks. These are extremely helpful. Yes, I did contact corporate and they are sending an engineer to work out the issue with me. Will keep you posted.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Hey - I don't know Porche for squat but some things are univeral. Anything steering must be installed with steering wheel on indes for straight ahead - most put a mark on the spindle at steering wheel under whatever covering and air bag. Right down the line things must be on straight ahead position if taken apart or just removed for some reason.

The steering must allow for the front wheels to be aimed such as to not scrub like on a full circle they aren't pointing in paralell for that time. Cruder vehicles cover this by allowing and designing in "freeplay" when not going straight ahead to cover it. Feel steering freeplay in a car - any car with engine off when turned near extreme there should be freeplay but not much on center.

Most cars have a "grace" spot like between 10:30 to 1:30 on a clock where they are lash free. If set into the exteme ends of this area it would allow more freeplay too early one way than the other.

You should be able to check that the dead on spot is on center just sitting still. It could be aligned to 11:00 o'clock and that isn't right! This can happen when a steering wheel is removed and not put on target and subsequent alignment "centers" the wheel using tie rod adjustments and may not know it's off elsewhere.

My guess is problem is at the steering wheel and then a re-centering that any front end shop would do in a minute. Any history of work there?

T

Response From Double J

I dont know Porsche vehicles at all...never had the pleasure of driving a Carrerra....
But ..
First of all...have you driven/compared the vehicle to like vehicles? Is it design intent or is there a problem?
I would first see if the dealer has another vehicle to compare this to.
I would also get the Service manager involved,if necessary the Dealer principal and contact customer service at Porsche.
You pay huge money to drive vehicles today and especially a Porsche...
Has the Dealer service personnel contacted Porsche technical assistance?
All manufacturers have tech asst and they can call for help...sometimes they may not have an answer but it will get the ball rolling...plus,they can look into their data base and see if other similar situations have been called in and what was done to correct them.
Sometimes it can be where there is no known fix at this time,but this makes Engineering aware of the situation and they will work on a fix!
Once a case is called in/made ,it is documented and when the repair is complete,dealers are required to contact them with their findings and corrections..
When a case like this occurs and it cannot be repaired and it is determined there is a problem with the vehicle, they will send out an engineer to work side by side with the dealer tech to find a solution...seen this a few times with GM vehicles......

Keep us posted

Jim