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Calibration of steering wheel

The steering wheel is not working properly not sensitive enough how do you calibrate

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2009 saturn aura hard steering I was told that the steering motor moduel was bad so I replaced it still hard to steere what could it be


Who told you , was it checked for DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes ? Rather then just replacing parts why don't you take it to a qualified repair shop . Besides , the new module need's Programming and Setup , and a factory scan tool to do it .
Steering Position Sensor Calibration
Install the scan tool.
Turn ON the ignition, with the engine OFF.
Center the steering wheel.
With the scan tool select Special Functions.
Select Steering Position Sensor Calibration and press the Enter key. The scan tool screen will flash Calibration in Progress then display Calibration Complete.
Press the exit key.
Use the scan tool in order to clear any EPS DTCs.

Dec 13, 2016 | 2009 Saturn Aura

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How do I calibrate my concept 4 steering wheel for my play staion 2


Keith, The wheel you have has an intentional dead spot (0) in the center position. There are several ways to assign buttons, and even select a different center, but in the center position, it will always be (0) The PS2 version of this racing wheel lacks the proper calibration settings to make the (0) zone smaller like other analogue controllers. I have the same issues with the same racing wheel for the Xbox, and other after market controllers. The manufacturer does not consider analogue "sensitivity" when making a controller. That keeps costs down, and lets them produce an "Average" product, instead of a "SYSTEM STANDARD QUALITY" product. A prime example of this, is the Wheel in question. (0) is hands off of the wheel centered. +1(right) 1/8 rotation before connection for controls. Think of the wheel as a piece of pie. you only get 1/2 rotation in either direction. The concept 4 slices it into 1/8 for analogue control. A quality wheel (expensive) slices the pie into 1/16. I hope this helps. When it comes to racing wheels, it's user preference.

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Oct 21, 2015 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console

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How do you change imrc on 2007 jeep compass


try reading the FSM? yet

or at alldata.com for 15 bucks?

it all there, every day ,all the time. no need to wonder.

or join jeep forum.?

it unscrews,

and screws back on.

but the real question is, is it needing calibration. during or after.

replacing it is childs play, youtube that, bingo?

did you do all 25 test in the FSM, yet, on iRMC

even making sure the flapper is not jammed??????

if yes, and the actuator is really bad,

read this in the last page .



If the Manifold Flow Valve is replaced, a non volatile memory reset must be performed to learn the new port flap adaptive values.



now more lil\'horrors.. see what happens if you jerk the battery

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Vehicles equipped with engine and transmission computers may require a relearn procedure after the vehicle battery has been disconnected. Most vehicle computers memorize and store vehicle operational patterns. When the battery is disconnected, the information may be cleared. If the information is cleared, the computer will go into default mode in order to operate the vehicle. The vehicle computer will relearn operational patterns each time the vehicle is restarted. The relearning process may take up to 40 or more key cycles.

When a specific engine component is replaced, a relearn procedure may be required. If the relearn procedure is not performed, the vehicle may exhibit the following:




  • Harsh or poor shift quality


  • Poor fuel mileage


  • Hesitation or stumble


  • Unstable idle or stalling


  • Lean or rich running conditions


If an accessory component was replaced, a relearn procedure may also be required. The following systems and components may not work properly without a relearn procedure:




  • Anti-theft system


  • Steering system


  • Power window system


  • Power sunroof system


It is important to reset any Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC\'s) before performing the relearn procedure. Most relearn procedures can be performed with the use of an OBD-2 scan tool.






NOTE




This reconnection procedure is to be performed anytime the battery has been disconnected.






  1. Connect the battery negative cable to the battery post and tighten the clamp nut to 45 inch lbs. (5 Nm).


  2. If the vehicle is equipped with Electronic Stability Program (ESP), once the battery is reconnected, the Steering Angle Sensor (SAS) in the clockspring needs to be calibrated.




    NOTE




    The SAS requires calibration anytime the battery or an ABS (ESP) component has been disconnected for any length of time. If the SAS is not calibrated following battery reconnection, the ESP/SAS indicator lamp is illuminated following 5 ignition cycles indicating the need for calibration.






  3. To calibrate, perform the following:


  4. Start the engine.


  5. Center the steering wheel.


  6. Turn the steering wheel all the way to the left until the internal stop in the steering gear is met.


  7. Turn the wheel all the way to the right until the opposite internal stop in the steering gear is met.


  8. Center the steering wheel.


  9. Turn off the engine.


SIGH !

Jul 15, 2014 | 2007 Jeep Compass Limited

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Ok well i bought the wheel and i have this game called dirtfactor and i was trying to drive a latemodel and it doesnt turn at all it turns a little but barly......also when i do sprint cars it turns but...


I wouldn't say it's a lack of the wheel being cheap I'd be more inclined to say it's "because" the wheel is cheap. Seriously, Have you tried to calibrate the wheel using the windows calibration routine found in your control panel under Game Controllers.

Obviously the wheel is operating but barly sorry, barely. That means it is working and giving input to your computer so if that input isn't enough you either need to calibrate in windows or maybe there's even a calibration routine in the game you're playing, maybe under options. Calibration by the way is found under properties on the Game Controller section. Try it.

The test section of the windows section will tell you just how far your wheel is turning or directing your cars by means of a box with a cross in it. The more you turn the wheel the further that cross will move. Test it first, then do the calibration and then test it again. I'm sure you'll see a big difference.

Apr 21, 2010 | Genius Twin Wheel F1

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Naki Touring Wheel - Model 57063


You can calibrate it in Windows by accessing Device manager and select you steering wheel and right click on it to got to properties / in there should be calibration.

OR it will be in the sterring wheel driver software.

Apr 09, 2010 | Naki TOURING WHEEL (57063)

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Logitech g25 steering axis not working wheel returns to center


to chk the sensor on the calibration unplug the wheel from the usb port and plug back in if the wheel turns left then right and centers the sensor is fine. go to the control panel>game controller>properties and test the wheel if everything is working there it is a problem with the game. look for a profiler or calibration utility in the game itself to bring back to center.

Jul 17, 2009 | Logitech G25 Wheel And Pedals Set

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Steering backwards


Maybe it got calibrated backwards, so know the wheel guesses that right is left and left is right... you might need to look at the CONTROL PANEL / GAME CONTROLLERS to find a way to calibrate it right...

Jan 03, 2009 | Guillemot NASCAR Pro Digital Wheel And...

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Traction control light stays on


If you're not getting an OBD (on board diagnostic) code, and it is constantly flashing, then the system needs to be calibrated at the dealer. This occurs when you replace or disconnect/reconnect a component of the traction control system, i.e., the sensors (shared with the ABS system), to the steering wheel position sensor, or the yaw sensors, etc. If you have it calibrated and it comes back on, you've got a poor connection at one of the components. The prime suspect here is the clock spring in the steering wheel, aka "sliding contact" in the steering column behind the steering wheel. This provides power to everything in the steering wheel, inccluding the steering wheel position sensor. When this goes bad, it is tantamount to disconnecting and/or reconnecting the steering wheel position sensor. Fords are famous for sliding contact failure. Usually, you'll also have other issues with steering wheel components, such as the horn, cruise control, radio volume, air bag ("high resistence" OBD code), etc.

Sep 06, 2008 | 2005 Mercury Sable

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Mono racing wheel


recalibrate it on the windows program, or download the logitech calibration program from their website, also make sure the pedals are properly connected to the wheel, if the connector is loose it might not work properly.

to recalibrate on windows - start - control panel - game controllers - logitech momo - properties - calibrate.

Nov 27, 2007 | Logitech Momo Force Racing Wheel PC

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