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Mitsubishi Steering Angle Sensor

Mitsubishi Steering Angle Sensor

Symptoms of a bad or failing steering angle sensor

Steering angle sensors do not fail often since they are designed to last the lifespan of the vehicle, but sometimes factors outside the control of most vehicle owners can cause the sensor to wear or fail completely. Luckily, there are two warning signs if the part is failing or failed which will let the driver know when the steering angle sensor needs to be replaced.

  • Traction Control Light or Check Engine Light comes on

When a sensor begins to fail, the information it collects or sends will most likely be inaccurate, or if the sensor fails the information will not be collected at all. If there are any irregularities in the information from the SAS being sent to the ESC, an error code is sent to the vehicle’s engine control module (ECM) which then turns on a warning light on the dashboard. For most cars, the warning light will be a Traction Control Light, but some cars will show instead, or in addition to, a Check Engine Light. These warning lights tell the driver that the vehicle’s ESC system has been disabled and should be brought in for service.

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Symptoms of a bad or failing steering angle sensor

Steering angle sensors do not fail often since they are designed to last the lifespan of the vehicle, but sometimes factors outside the control of most vehicle owners can cause the sensor to wear or fail completely. Luckily, there are two warning signs if the part is failing or failed which will let the driver know when the steering angle sensor needs to be replaced.

  • Traction Control Light or Check Engine Light comes on

When a sensor begins to fail, the information it collects or sends will most likely be inaccurate, or if the sensor fails the information will not be collected at all. If there are any irregularities in the information from the SAS being sent to the ESC, an error code is sent to the vehicle’s engine control module (ECM) which then turns on a warning light on the dashboard. For most cars, the warning light will be a Traction Control Light, but some cars will show instead, or in addition to, a Check Engine Light. These warning lights tell the driver that the vehicle’s ESC system has been disabled and should be brought in for service.

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