Calibration is performed as described below: 1. Start subtest Lockup pressure programming to program in the value. It still needed to be 'programmed' though, but that may have changed in yours. Adjust weight display on the drive axle. The difference compared with previous level sensors calibration is the calibration height, H2. The vehicle shall be placed on a level surface, with the parking brake released and the wheels chocked.
Return to idle and stop subtest Activating Lockup and then turn off the engine. Step 1: Disconnect the battery and wait about 5 minutes before performing any work - Safety first. It's to bad the dealer is so inconveniently far. It is just a tiny bit from the center. Make sure that the vehicle is not loaded. A scan tool can be used to obtain this data in degrees.
Step 7: Remove the steering wheel. Reset the rear axle weight compensation using the relevant subtest. Subtract the displayed unloaded rear axle weight B from the actual vehicle weight A to get the weight of the superstructure. In my case, it didn't work. Check that the load indication in the instrument corresponds to the measured value. I'm really not sure what the moral of the story is.
At least they got the problem fixed and at a severe discount on the labor. I carefully straightened those, and put it back in - and my steering wheel controls were back! I would like some clarity as to what exactly I need to purchase. When the steering wheel angle sensor fails, there is a malfunction indicator on the instrument cluster that alerts the driver that the electronic stability system has been disabled and requires service. Our team has the right experience and tools to diagnose your problem and if this is what is causing your issues. Most vehicles produce a positive voltage turning right, and a negative voltage turning left.
We live in Arizona, and I don't foresee many situations where I would need it. I posted my thoughts on the other similar thread. I am not leaving until you figure out what is wrong with this car. Most tools can look at the data directly, but some need additional software. Material list: Reflector Marking pen 4 pcs large bolts Measuring tape Screwdriver T30 Set up guides bolts along the sides of the vehicle according to the illustration V222491. I am trying to determine if a second hand unit required software or not.
Position the axle in the centre of the weighing platform. Be aware that it may not fix your problem though. Also told by a different party that what I actually need is the clockspring that comes with the steering angle sensor in it. Increase the air pressure in the vehicle. Turn the key to the stop position to store the calibrated values. Any idea what this means and how to fix it? Starting key shall be turned to stop position, wait 10 s before turning key to drive position.
This will be referred to as value C. Car drives differently after a front end alignment Today's steering angle sensors are attached to multiple points within the steering system. Used: An item that has been used previously. Connect the units as illustrated in V57606. In my 2005 model, the steering angle sensor is indeed part of the clockspring. Turn the key to position 1 and register the pressure read from the manometer in subtest Lockup pressure programming.
If the indicator is red, the calibration failed. Will confirm later after a longer trip but thanks to all for the little bits of advice as i got there in the end. Turn the wheel a quarter turn on each side to expose the two holes on the rear of the wheel. A factory new module can work with various vehicles - so the software download is the point of distinction, so to speak. Two times is too many for me. Once the new unit has been installed there is a good chance that if you have the latest software already installed into the vehicle, that the unit will not need to be reprogrammed.