Traction control after steering rack bushings
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This is a discussion on Traction control after steering rack bushings within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I just installed the whitline steering rack bushings. Now my tcs and hill assist lights are on. Any ideas? Sent ...

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    Traction control after steering rack bushings

    I just installed the whitline steering rack bushings. Now my tcs and hill assist lights are on. Any ideas?

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    Searching around, it appears the people with this problem seem to have misaligned the input shaft upon reinstallation. Is your steering wheel off at all when driving straight?
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    No, its straight as far as I can tell. I mis-marked it, so I kinda had to eyeball it, bit the few miles of driving I did were straight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Van-Van View Post
    No, its straight as far as I can tell. I mis-marked it, so I kinda had to eyeball it, bit the few miles of driving I did were straight.

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    Gotcha, it seems that even being off by a small amount can cause issues though. Others have reported needing to change otu the clock spring assembly in their steering columns due to a ribbon in there having been torn because of a misalignment. Hopefully your issue is not as bad as that, but you may want to get it professionally aligned.
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    Got it, thanks.

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    You might have a steering angle sensor code in there, as mentioned even a slight misalignment can throw a code, I have seen it many times...

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