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Hi , im getting C1136 stering angle sensor code after dropping engine and subframe can you help

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SOURCE: audi a4 2.8 30v 1998 ack engine

It is mounted to the transmission bellhousing on the driver's side. The connector is mounted on the firewall and is a smaller, gray connector. You can reach the sensor from underneath.

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