Question about 2007 Mazda 3
This is a 2007 Mazda3 that was in a crash. all steering parts have been changed including steering angle sensor and module and wiring has been repaired and tested.
dealer installed new steering sensor. however, traction control light stays on in instrument cluster.
it is believed but not confirmed if dealer reflashed new module and sensor. is there a way to know why code c1277 keeps coming back?
This vehicle uses a steering control module and the antilock control module. Both modules get a signal from the steering angle sensor. We found that the steering module didnot show a steering sensor code but the ABS module did show the code.
after checking that the wiring was intact and with good continuity, it was determined that the fault lies in the ABS module.
A new ABS module and configuration confirmed the diagnosis. It's fixed!
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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