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2007 xterra had trans rebuilt VDC light on constant and slip will come on and the go off no codes sowing or ABS?

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I know this VDC is commonly due to a steering angle sensor.
You need to use an ABS scan tool and check for the following codes.
C1143 (steering angle sensor circuit)
C1144 (steering angle sensor signal)
C1156 (steering angle sensor com cir)
C1163 (steering angle sensor safe)

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