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    Default EPS & Steering issue-Cultus vxr 2000

    i installed EPS in my cultus 2000 about 4 months back. since then it has been a nightmare! although eps is working good, no problem with that but some other problems have come up.
    -the car doesnt go straight on the road no matter what i do!! it keeps on steering left & right, zig zag manner. this problem was never present before but it appeared after i installed eps. at speeds above 60 it becomes difficult to keep the car straight cux it tends to go off track a lot.
    -i have done alignment, camber tow everything like ten times uptil now but no help! i changed the axle boots, goda. reworked the whole steering box from kheratia but still no help.

    i cant understand what exactly the problem is!!!!! someone plz help

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    I think ur EPS wiring has problem
    wait for experts bro
    ALONE
    BUT HAPPY

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    well a pre installed EPS has a seperate computer which detects car speed and adjusts the steering sensitivity accordingly.it only gives power in low speed and steering goes hard in high speed.
    your EPS is not sensing the speed of car so in high speed it is giving power to steering which is very dangerous. unplug the eps and check if the steering is still shaking ??

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    Sensor calibration required which is in steering column
    Prepare for the worst, Hope for the best.

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    Do get the the steering cross / u-joint checked for play and the caster aswell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muneebhussain86 View Post
    well a pre installed EPS has a seperate computer which detects car speed and adjusts the steering sensitivity accordingly.it only gives power in low speed and steering goes hard in high speed.
    your EPS is not sensing the speed of car so in high speed it is giving power to steering which is very dangerous. unplug the eps and check if the steering is still shaking ??
    thanks for ur thought but i dun think so its the problem cux the behavior has got no pattern whatsoever. even then ill check it soon n get back to u

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    Quote Originally Posted by muneebhussain86 View Post
    well a pre installed EPS has a seperate computer which detects car speed and adjusts the steering sensitivity accordingly.it only gives power in low speed and steering goes hard in high speed.
    your EPS is not sensing the speed of car so in high speed it is giving power to steering which is very dangerous. unplug the eps and check if the steering is still shaking ??
    thanks for ur thought but i dun think so its the problem cux the behavior has got no pattern whatsoever. even then ill check it soon n get back to u

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    Quote Originally Posted by afarooqi View Post
    Sensor calibration required which is in steering column
    i have shown it to a couple of mechanics n nobody seems to understand that!!!! they really dun hav any clue where that sensor is. so kindly help me out with that. does every eps system has this sensor for calibration or some models

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    Quote Originally Posted by Owais_Yunus View Post
    Do get the the steering cross / u-joint checked for play and the caster aswell.
    sure.
    by the way how is caster done? i did the camber and tow recently

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