Steering, Suspension and Chassis

Steering, Suspension and Chassis

Motorcraft® offers a complete line of quality steering, suspension and chassis parts, including: Power Steering Pumps Rack and Pinion Steering Gears Integral Gear Boxes Shocks and Struts Tie Rods Sway Bar Links Drag Links Control Arms Ball Joints

Power Steering Pumps

CIII Power Steering Pump The CIII is a belt-driven, vane-type pump used on newer Ford, Lincoln and Mercury cars and trucks. Smaller and lighter vehicles use the low-displacement cam inserts while heavier vehicles use the high-displacement cam inserts. An identification tag is attached to the housing that indicates the basic production and part number.

CII Power Steering Pump The CII is a belt-driven, slipper-type pump with a fiberglass reinforced nylon reservoir used on older Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles. An identification tag is attached to the housing that indicates the basic production and part number.

Rack and Pinion Steering Gears
Rack and pinion assemblies transform rotational steering wheel motion into linear tie rod motion, which directs the front wheels of the vehicle. The rack and pinion steering gear consists of three main components: Rack Assembly Pinion Valve Assembly Housing

Integral Gear Boxes
The integral power steering gear unit, also known as a rotary valve (RV) or XR-50 gear, is a torsion bar-type of hydraulic-assisted system. It’s used in large trucks (Ford E- and F-series) as well as large cars (Lincoln Town Car and Ford Grand Victoria). The system furnishes power to reduce the amount of effort required to turn the steering wheel. It also helps reduce road shock and vibration.

Electric Adjustable Shock (AVS Series)
Part of today's computer-managed suspension systems that can change from a soft to firm damping rate in milliseconds based on inputs from sensors in the brakes, suspension and engine.


Chassis Parts
Built to Ford Motor Company’s stringent engineering specifications and quality assurance guidelines, you can be certain Motorcraft® Chassis Parts are made to perform – and made to last.

Chassis Parts Include:
Tie Rods
Sway Bar Links
Drag Links
Control Arms
Ball Joints

Product Features:
Greaseable designs to support ongoing maintenance (where possible)
High-quality forging material that has been processed to an optimum grain structure for strength and durability
Tie rods and ball joints featuring wrench flats for easy installation
A focus on quality fit and repair:
Rack-and-pinion inner tie rod kits that include jam nuts and drive pins
Threaded studs that use castle nuts and cotter pins
Control arms that include new bushings and hardware
Ball joint kits that include new pinch bolt, nut and other necessary parts for attachment
Sealed boot with directional grease escapement to help ensure a contamination-free joint
Ball joint-only cartridges to eliminate the unnecessary replacement of entire control arm assemblies on some applications
 

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