The BMW 4 Series F36 models were introduced in 2013 through to present day uses a new design of electric power steering rack.
The F36 steering rack can fail for a variety of different reasons.
There can be an internal electrical failure- of the control module that will case the EPS to fail and the steering failure message to illuminate on the dash. The module will often not communicate with a scanner to read any fault codes.
The steering racks can also suffer from mechanical failure of different types. The rack teeth can wear unevenly causing a knock when turning the steering wheel. As well as a knock when on bumpy ground.
Water ingress can also be an issue that can cause the rack to make a grinding noise when turning the steering wheel.
The mounting bolts that secure the motor to the steering rack body can also shear this, in turn, causes the motor to come loose and even fall off of the rack in some cases.
Our reconditioned exchange steering racks for the F models will cure any of these failures that we have described.
When replacing the F series steering rack it may be necessary to follow an adaptation process using a scanner or software to ensure the correct operation of the new rack.
There are many different part numbers for these steering racks, if you don’t see yours here please look at the images to see what unit yours looks most like. The main difference between the steering rack is whether they are a petrol or diesel option.
If you are unsure whether it is the correct part don’t hesitate to call us.
This listing does not cover the petrol ZF unit, we cannot currently supply them.
All of our items are sold on an exchange basis unless otherwise stated, which is included in the price for your unit. All you need to do is call us within 14 days to arrange the pick up of your old item.
THERE IS A £50 SURCHARGE APPLIED TO THIS SALE FOR THE RETURN OF YOUR EXCHANGE ITEM. ONCE THIS IS RETURNED YOU WILL BE REFUNDED THE £50