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Old 01-24-2012, 08:44 PM
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Thats the part I was assuming it was.

Just got my Actron ABS scanner in...and we have a winner! Steering angle sensor..

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C121A Steering Angle Sensor not Initialized
C2205 Steering Wheel Angle Sensor Internal

Looks like I be buying a new steering angle sensor.

Here's the link to the scanner I bought...

http://www.amazon.com/Actron-CP9449-...7454950&sr=8-1
Looks like Gabe was right...and you are the winner!
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Old 01-24-2012, 10:55 PM
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Thats the part I was assuming it was.

Just got my Actron ABS scanner in...and we have a winner! Steering angle sensor..

Codes

C121A Steering Angle Sensor not Initialized
C2205 Steering Wheel Angle Sensor Internal

Looks like I be buying a new steering angle sensor.

Here's the link to the scanner I bought...

http://www.amazon.com/Actron-CP9449-...7454950&sr=8-1
Let me know if this fixes your issue and please takes picks of how you do the swap.
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Old 01-25-2012, 06:08 AM
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Pics aren't necessary. Just disconnect the battery, and remove the airbag. Steering wheel bolt is beneath that, pop your steering wheel off and the columb assembly is right there containing it all.

Do a search and download a factory service manual from here, it will detail with pics how to do this.
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Looks like Gabe was right...
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Noooo .... that couldn't be .....

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Got a similar issue going on now. I got a cheap scanner that reveals a C0700 code, but no idea what the code is related to. Im going try an alignment, than disconnect the battery.
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Old 01-26-2012, 08:24 PM
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Do yourself a favor and buy an ABS specific scanner. Regular OBD-2 scanners won't pick up these codes.

Of course, put the new steering angle sensor in, damn lights came on quick! I did have my turn signal on though, and only during left turns.

Clockspring is next. Hope my dealer has one in stock, although if they do like the SAS, you know they are a commonly replaced item!
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Noooo .... that couldn't be .....

lol
Hold that thought...seems it's not done yet.
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Old 01-26-2012, 08:53 PM
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No joke!

All the steering wheel functions work though, all the steering wheel controls, multifunction control. Could the clockspring still be bad?
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The saga continues!
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you might need to do a angel sensor cal.
turn the car on and center the wheel. Then take the wheel full left, then full right, and then back to center. Once at center, turn the car off.
I say do it one extra time, and then go drive it around for a few miles so the computer recalculates what is normal. I had to do that after my compression link was replaced because when I was having to constantly correct for rear end wandering, the computer got ticked off. It took about 20min of driving before the computer was "ok, we are good now".
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