WE MUST HAVE A MOBILE NUMBER AND REGISTRATION NUMBER FOR ALL SALES BEFORE ANY GOODS ARE DISPATCHED. THIS LISTING IS FOR PART NUMBERS. 13403270, 13303378, NON TILT TYPE COLUMN. S steering system is flawed and prone to either intermittent or total failure.
Common Fault Codes will be. Any of these faults will require a replacement column. Motor failure, sometimes intermittent to begin with but always leads to terminal failure, due to components within the internal control board inside the motor burning out.
Failure, the ECU contains several chips which control the both function of the column and also the self test and failure system. One or more of these chips can fail and cause the system to shut down, sometimes the ECU can give an eroneous fault code that appears to be a motor failure if scanned, but is actually a fault of the ECU itself.
Importantly the ECU also controls the left/right balance of the column and is used to calibrate the output from the torque/position sensor contained in the column, for this reason the ECU should be matched and calibrated to the torque sensor. This is inbuilt into the centre of the column and gives the ECU information on the position of the steering wheel and also how much assistance is required from the motor.
The sensor can go out of balance and steering becomes lighter in one direction, also can fail to give signal, which will cause ECU to shut system down. When a torque sensor is replaced the column needs to be re-calibrated to ensure it is in balance.We believe the only way to do this is for us to supply a complete column with all components tested and calibrated. We are a power steering specialist and have been providing solutions for all types of power steering faults for over 25 years. We have been repairing and reconditioning electric columns for the last 5 Years. You can also check the part number of the column which is on a white label on the underside of the column. First a little bit of help and advice that is from our 5 years experience and may help you to solve your problems. Much has been written on various forums, blogs and even adverts from people claiming to have the last word on EPS problems, much of it is eroneous, false and sometimes downright misleading.
The Corsa usually suffers from failures of the torque position sensor that result in the electric column failing and the column having to be changed. The usual failure is that the unit goes out of balance, resulting in lighter steering in one direction, this is sometimes accompanied by a vibration and an indication of steering failure on the dash.
Sometimes the unit simply switches off at random times, once again the solution is to change the column. In order to solve your problem then the electric power steering column needs to be replaced, the unit we supply is callibrated ready to fit to your vehicle. We can offer to diagnose your Corsa EPS failure FREE OF CHARGE!!!!!!
By plugging our latest diagnostic/scanner into your vehicle, only takes 5 mins. And we can tell you what the problem is. KW, IV, PA, PH, AB, BT. SO LONG AS WE GET THE UNIT BACK WITHIN.
YOU WILL PAY NO SURCHARGE. IT IS VALID AS LONG AS YOU OWN THE CAR AND IS NON-TRANSFERABLE.
WE MUST HAVE A MOBILE NUMBER FOR ALL SALES BEFORE ANY GOODS ARE DISPATCHED. ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE DON'T HESITATE TO RING AND SPEAK TO A MEMBER OF OUR TEAM. Unit 6 Hanham Business Park. This item is in the category "Vehicle Parts & Accessories\Car Parts & Accessories\Steering & Suspension\Steering Columns". The seller is "gary130562" and is located in this country: GB.
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