Electric power steering (EPS) has become the prevalent technology in the category, and the AAE brand offers an extensive selection of new and remanufactured EPS solutions — including electro-hydraulic (EHPS) components.
The AAE brand offers a multitude of EPS SKUs for a range of domestic and import brands. It was first to market for popular vehicles like the Ford Mustang as well as Subaru’s Crosstrek, Forester, and Impreza. Our coverage for the Ford F-150 alone covers more than 1 million VIO in the US.
While the AAE brand may be best known for remanufacturing expertise, we also offer new racks for selected applications. What’s more, our new EPS racks for BMW and Mini are the same units being sold by dealers.
Electro-hydraulic power steering pumps used in electro-hydraulic power steering systems incorporate an ECU, electric motor, and hydraulic pump into a single unit — and in some cases, a steering fluid reservoir. AAE’s decades of experience come in handy when dealing with these complex and critical products.
In line with CRP Automotive’s commitment to quality and innovation, we have developed several exclusive EPS remanufacturing innovations and processes. For example, on every AAE-branded remanufactured rack, all moving parts are inspected and replaced when needed — not just refurbished. Plus, AAE EPS components are tested for quality control and backed by the expertise and experience of CRP Automotive.
To help you find the correct part or fluid for a specific application, CRP Automotive products are listed in an online catalog. Subscribers to Activant/Epicor, WHI, and other leading eCat platforms should also be able to find CRP Automotive parts on these e-catalogs.
Clicking the button below will take you to our online catalog, where you can search parts by application, VIN, or Part Number.
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For service and support, please contact 1-800-654-7565. Press 1 for Customer Service. Press 2 for EPS Tech Support.
To further discuss, please call 1-800-654-7565 or email AAECS@crpindustries.com
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