Delphi Steering.

Tested at Every Turn. For OE Performance and Precision Even Under Extreme Conditions.

OE Safety Expertise.

As a supplier to the world’s leading vehicle manufacturers, our OE safety technology is fitted to millions of vehicles worldwide. From adaptive cruise control to electronic scanning radar and from lane departure warning to collision mitigation, we are committed to helping stop traffic accidents before they happen. These systems are all designed to support Delphi’s vision of a society with zero fatalities, zero injuries and zero accidents.

Turn to Delphi for Aftermarket Steering.

Integral to its ride, handling and safety, a vehicle’s steering system must be up to the job. We make sure it is! How? By applying the very same OE principles to our aftermarket steering portfolio. That’s why all our parts undergo rigorous dimension, material, durability and performance tests, helping to ensure they perform just like the OE. It’s also why we offer expert training and technical support. Giving you everything you need to repair steering systems safely, efficiently and profitably.

The Delphi Difference.

  • Manufactured to meet the same standards of performance and longevity as the OE.
  • Extensive dimensional and material analysis to ensure the very best compatibility between the OE and aftermarket part.
  • Tested to withstand temperatures below -40ºC and over 120ºC, helping to ensure they perform even under the harshest conditions.
  • Parts exposed to 720 hours of salt spray for optimum protection against corrosion.
  • Additional cataphoretic coating for greater protection against corrosion and enhanced aesthetics.
  • OE specification steering kits for reduced stocking and complete repair solution.
  • Aftermarket portfolio of over 4,600 parts covering more than 90% of the European parc.
  • First-to-market parts for vehicles still covered by OEM warranty.
  • Access to technical hotline and support.
  • Accessories to help ensure safety and reduce fitting time.
  • Advanced diagnostics with DS tool including ability to activate and shut off fuel pump, adjust fuel pump adaptation value and test fuel pressure regulator.
  • Access to training, technical support and online information.

Our Steering Portfolio. .

Inner Tie Rods.

Fatigue tested to avoid failure and supplied with the necessary accessories.

Link Stabilizers.

Tensile strength and fatigue tested to OE standards with ultrasonic moulding to help prevent future weld breakage.

Rubber to Metal.

Industry leading range of bushes, engine mounts and steering rack gaiters, all designed to OE standards. weld breakage.

Steering Kits.

OE quality and fit accessories for high-end vehicles.

Upper and Lower Ball Joints.

Surface finish machined to micron tolerances with high quality forgings for increased strength and smooth operation.

Wishbones/Track Control Arms.

Pressed steel, forged, steel cast iron or aluminium with robotic welding for OE quality and consistency.

 

Reliable Steering Systems. 

A- Forged and Cast Wishbones

Undergo 100% crack detection and ultrasonic flaw detection to ensure materials match OE specifications.

B- Chloroprene Rubber Dust Cover 

Improves boot durability preventing premature failure. 

C- Superior Ball Pin Finish

Machined to micron tolerances (.001 mm) guarantees durability and smooth joint operation. 

D- Coating Process

Conforms to the end of life directive. 

E- Robot Welding 

For consistent wishbone manufacturing. 

F- High Specification Grease and Ballpin Angular Movement 

Matches OE specifications and for durability even in extreme road conditions.

G- Coated Nylon Ball Pin Seat 

Provides smooth movement of the joint with a rotational torque to OE specifications for long lasting service.

H- Anti-Corrosive Protection

Applied to all products in compliance with European Directive

2000/53/EC.

I- High Quality Rubber Bushes

Provide high load resistance and noise insulation.

Tech Tips for Fewer Comebacks. 

> Check all of the mounting nuts and bolts to be sure the problem isn’t being caused by looseness.

> Inspect any visible parts such as bushings, ball joints, steering linkages. If you see any damage it will need to be serviced or replaced.

> Shake the steering wheel quickly, turning it left and right at quarter of full circle. There should be no excessive free play or knocking noises. If the car has power steering, do this with the engine running. Check rack and pinion type steering mechanism, as well as steering boots. If any of them are damaged, the part needs to be replaced.

> If the car makes noises while turning, it could be a sign of a worn ball joint. If the ball joints use a grease nipple, they can wear out if not lubricated properly or are in prolonged use. Worn ball joints should be replaced.

> Replace the entire ball joint where the rubber boot is split, cracked, damaged or even missing. Never replace the boot only as this can seal in any damaging substances the joint has been exposed to, resulting in increased dust and corrosion.

> If the suspension bushing is worn out (located at the inner end of the control arms), steering problems and abnormal tyre wear may happen. Replace the bushings in this case.

> Always tighten components to their correct torque as specified by the VM in its loaded position, not wheel-free, to prevent additional stress when the vehicle is lowered to the ground.

> Check the wheel alignment after replacing any steering or suspension component to prevent excessive tyre wear. The new parts will have less play and set the wheels at a slightly different angle.

Delphi Steering. Engineered and Tested for OE Performance and Precision.