944/968 Power Steering Rack Seal Kit
32 Pieces! All the wiper seals, O-rings and Teflon seals needed to completely reseal the power steering rack on the Porsche 944 and 968. Now comes with new nylon seal backings for the 2 end wiper seals. Fits all 944 and 968 models.
928 Steering Rack Seal Kit
All the seals,Teflon seals and O-rings needed to completely reseal the steering rack on the 944s and 928s. Fits all model years.
944/968 Steering Rack Banjo Bolt Kit
High flow banjo bolts with hex heads to replace the two OEM bolts with allen heads for the high pressure lines going to the rack. Comes with the required sealing copper washers. Fits all 944/968 model years.[12mm]
944/968 Steering Rack Banjo Bolt Washers
Copper washers for the banjo bolts connecting the high pressure lines to the rack. They must be replaced after every line removal for a correct seal. Fits all 944/968 model years. Price is for 4 washers.
944 Power Steering Rack Boots
Set of 2 power steering rack boots for the Porsche 944.
Torn steering rack boots on the Porsche 944 can lead to power steering rack leaks. If your boots are torn they need to be replaced before the rack fails due to road debris interfering with the seals. Also, it is a good idea to replace your Porsche 944 power steering rack boots if you are currently rebuilding your power steering rack with one of our seal kits.
Power Steering Fluid Reservoir / Filter
The power steering reservoir in the Porsche 944 has a built in filter to protect the power steering system from leak causing foreign particles in the system. It is a good idea to replace this reservoir when you remove, replace or rebuild any of the steering components.
This part fits:
944 Tie Rod End (Power Steering)
Tie rod end, boot and nut kit. Made in Germany. 2 Required per car. For use on all Porsche 924s, 944 and 968 cars with Power Steering.
New tie rod ends are one of the first steps in tightening up loose suspension and steering in the Porsche 944. If you find that your 944 tends to track out at highway speeds the tie rod ends may be the culprit. Replace your Porsche 944 tie rod ends and tighten up your 944 steering.