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steering column reair

I am working on a 2011 Sonata SE

I removed the column to replace the EPS unit.
I separated the EPS form the rest of the column, as i was told i would be getting a brand new unit from the dealer. when the part arrived it was only the electric motor. In reality, the only part that needed to be replaced was the rubber coupler between motor and other gearbox.
so i replaced the broken coupler . reinstalled the EPS into column, and column into car.


now the car will not start.
has four codes:
c1260 steering angle fault
B2500 air bag circuit resistance high
B1346
B1609 This i believe to be part of the smart key system.

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problem solved!!
i missed a connection behind the fuse box.
feel pretty foolish
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problem solved!!
i missed a connection behind the fuse box.
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Doodoo happens! You did well.

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i missed a connection behind the fuse box.
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Why you disconnect behind I/P Junction box ??

Dont need to be behind fuse box if you just set column on floor,, 15-20 minute

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My steering column has developed a rattle when I go over bumps. It's been doing it for a long time now and I've been meaning to look at it. I have a bad back so I keep putting it off. Any idea what it could be? It is clearly coming from inside the car near the firewall, and it happens on bumps big enough to shake the wheel in my hand a bit.


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I've had them with damper worn, and ball joint, and outer tie rod ends all on same car in 1 sitting... some people just drive till they decide maybe it time to find out what this noise,, car drives like crap..

Had 1 with tie rod ends so loose it would shake front so hard I got it in steering wheel and driver seat

Steering motor damper will generally leave you with a easy to rock steering wheel with cluck that sound like 2 steel blcks tapping together..

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