Then I removed the cruise switch and removed the shield and finally the multi function switch. Put the new one on, resembled, making sure to line the steering wheel up with the notches and it felt like all connections went into place. Then I reconnected the battery and I got an ESP error.
I did a wheel lock to wheel lock, and I think one error went away but ESP error is still there and when I tried using cruise control, it says speedtronic error or malfunction, take it to service center.
The digital speed display as well as the analog dial seem to be fine, the turn signal, wiper, lights high and low are now working and the control to extend the wheel in and out for the driver works fine.
Do I need to pull and reset the steering sensor or do I just need to reset the computer?
If I need to pull and reset the steering wheel angle sensor, I will need instruction including where the little release is to separate the electrical housing from the lower case after pulling the steering wheel off.
Thanks, I really need some help on this.
have the same problem?
Sunday, September 18th, 2016 AT 6:47 PM