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    Guys recently i have installed Japanese EPS in my 2013 cultus. . the mechanic configured all the fittings and connections and installed the EPS keeping everything original.... its like company fitted EPS . .

    steering is working perfectly fine even connected with speed and get harder when speed increases.. .

    now the only issue i am facing is that steering is not completely returning back to original position on turns and you manually have to return it back to ZERO position. . . the mechanic said it will get better after use but is there anything i can do to make it better. . like greasing, alignment etc. . .


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    did not he changed steering column ? because as far as i knew it has to be changed or altered because you have you fit motor and attach it to column. atleast i was told and did same with my cultus.

    Quote Originally Posted by irfansiddique View Post
    Guys recently i have installed Japanese EPS in my 2013 cultus. . the mechanic configured all the fittings and connections and installed the EPS keeping everything original.... its like company fitted EPS . .

    steering is working perfectly fine even connected with speed and get harder when speed increases.. .

    now the only issue i am facing is that steering is not completely returning back to original position on turns and you manually have to return it back to ZERO position. . . the mechanic said it will get better after use but is there anything i can do to make it better. . like greasing, alignment etc. . .
    Sent from Cultus Limited Edition... using iphone 6sss...

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    Why EPs in a car like cultus anyway?

    Try zero calibration it might help

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    Quote Originally Posted by chdemon View Post
    did not he changed steering column ? because as far as i knew it has to be changed or altered because you have you fit motor and attach it to column. atleast i was told and did same with my cultus.
    yes it was altered & that is how all original fittings installed. are you having normal steering return like on turnings is it coming back normal to its zero position.

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    can it be installed in margalla too/?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thinking View Post
    can it be installed in margalla too/?
    Yes you can process is same as cultus but willing to remove safety feature from steering column that is there to safe you from breaking your rib in case of front hit?

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    Mine is working fine Alhamdulilah. returns back to 0.
    Quote Originally Posted by irfansiddique View Post
    yes it was altered & that is how all original fittings installed. are you having normal steering return like on turnings is it coming back normal to its zero position.
    Sent from Cultus Limited Edition... using iphone 6sss...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thinking View Post
    can it be installed in margalla too/?
    Yes easily.

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    I got it installed couple of month ago in my cultus efi, mine is working perfectly right from day 1, no issues at all. It returns to zero(normal straight position).

    If you are facing this problem then there must be some issue that you need to sort out with your mechanic

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    Quote Originally Posted by rashid6156 View Post
    I got it installed couple of month ago in my cultus efi, mine is working perfectly right from day 1, no issues at all. It returns to zero(normal straight position).

    If you are facing this problem then there must be some issue that you need to sort out with your mechanic
    how much does the whole package costed you - - and did you mechanic all cultus things with the pump like indicator assembly, steering wheels etc.

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    Brother my mechanic sourced the steering column of japanese alto for 7 - 8k and charged my 3k for fitting, total cost i paid him was 11k. each and every thing included.

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    Can somebody hook me up with a guy (mechanic) that can install an Eps in my 2015 Cultus in Karachi?

    Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by BilalShowkat View Post
    Can somebody hook me up with a guy (mechanic) that can install an Eps in my 2015 Cultus in Karachi?

    Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
    shaukat 03002347281.
    DHA Phase - 2

    Give him my reference tell him that you are calling with reference of Irfan Bhai - he installed EPS in my cultus and its working perfect.

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    Thanks a lot

    Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by irfansiddique View Post
    shaukat 03002347281.
    DHA Phase - 2

    Give him my reference tell him that you are calling with reference of Irfan Bhai - he installed EPS in my cultus and its working perfect.
    Btw is the issue of returning back to original position resolved. If so what was the problem?

    Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk

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