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Old 10/05/2011, 10:19 PM   #1
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checked my fuses, all good...should i just switch out the eps module...ideas?


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Old 11/04/2011, 09:57 PM   #2
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Does it feel any different when you drive it, any lack of power steering?

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This thread may help............look for the guy named JG he posted on how to get the code from it.

http://www.s2ki.com/s2000/topic/8854...ower-steering/

Hodge has part of the answer but we all need to know the code and if you find it I can look it up on Mitchell and see what procedure they want ya to do.

Maybe Hodge has had this issue and if code is the same he along with others can help ya get a quick fix.


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yeah steering wheel locks up sometimess and i already replaced the module.
im gonna read through this thread and see if it gives me any other ideas..
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Old 11/21/2011, 09:47 PM   #5
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Were you able to get a code out of it? Like importusa said a code would help us out to where we could got in to mitchell or honda's IN and figure out where to start diagnosis.

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Not sure how to read codes but is that 32& 34?
http://m.youtube.com/watch?gl=US&hl=...&v=wl5HB1BFjP8


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soooo guys, when i diagnosed it came out to be the transmiter. i ended up getting a whole rack. i tried to take the easy way and just replaced it. in doing so when taking off the tie rod boot, nasty corroted water came out. probably gonna take the rack out because its not to difficult. BUT, ive been hearing that i need to take it to the dealer to get re-calibrated. anyone ever been through this? Damn eps...


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Old 05/01/2012, 10:13 PM   #8
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Well to re-calibrate the EPS by the book, you need the Honda tester, but after I read the procedure there should be no reason why you couldn't backprobe the connector.

If you want to try it yourself and are brave enough (theres just somthing about back probing connectors that scares me) but try this, sort of a cliff notes to the procedure.

1. Using backprobes, connect PIN 9 to PIN 4 on the ODBII connector.

2. Turn the wheel 45 degrees to the left.

3. Turn the ignition switch on (II).

4. The EPS Light will be on for 4 seconds, when it goes out do step 5.

5. Turn the wheel Straight and release.

6. The EPS Light will turn on in 4 seconds, when it goes out do step 7.

7. Turn the steering wheel 45 degrees to the left.

8. The EPS Light will be on for 4 seconds, when it goes out do step 9.

9. Turn the steering wheel Straight and release.

The EPS light should blink twice after you relase the wheel, within 4 seconds. then it will blink 5 times.

If the EPS light stays on, you will have to do this process again.

Just make sure you are in the right PIN's on the connector.

Hope this helps.



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Thanks man! I actually never got it re-calibrated. Just switched the rack out and it worked! But thanks a lot for the input I appreciate it!


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Thanks man! I actually never got it re-calibrated. Just switched the rack out and it worked! But thanks a lot for the input I appreciate it!
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