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ESP/BAS Light..not fixed after going to dealer, please help!
Hi everyone, I am new to the website. My BAS/ESP and Traction light (squiggles) has been coming off the past month or so. I took it to the dealer today and $500 later they replaced the outer tie rods, steering angle sensor and did a four wheel alignment. At the light before I got home the lights came back on!! Anyone have any advice? I called the dealer and they said it could be a clockspring or lock spring something in the steering wheel. I'd like to avoid paying more and more until they figure it out, thanks for any help you can provide!
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Well, that would be a misdiagnosis and they need to do it right this time. Don't pay them anything else. Side note...it's almost NEVER a steering angle sensor. Someone just read the code verbatim and slapped a sensor on it.
ESP/BAS and ABS lights stays on after battery died/replaced with new one
DODGE CHARGER 5.7 liter R/T 2007
NEED HELP!!!!!! I have similar problem
Did not drive my car in 4 weeks/ battery died/ tried to charge it for 18 hr/ could not still start the car. Bought a new battery / car started right away. Great I thought; seconds later EPS/BAS and ABS lights came on.
I have tried disconnecting battery/ turning weel left then right then center and then shut car down. Drove 50mph about 1 mile. Did not help.
Tried removing battery cables again/no help. Tried disconect fuses # 11 and # 17 / no help.
Did what manual say at the bottom of this note (factory recomendation) for sync./ no help.
ANYTHING ELSE I COULD TRY? LIMITED OPTION AVAILABLE BECAUSE I AM IN DUBAI UAE
The malfunction indicator light for the ESP is combined with BAS. If the power supply was interrupted (battery disconnected or discharged), the ESP/BAS malfunction indicator light may be illuminated with the engine running. Turn the steering wheel completely to the left and then to the right. The ESP/BAS malfunction indicator light should go out.
Jukka, you need to get the codes pulled. Alot of things can happen in 4 weeks of sitting. I know in the states 4 weeks is plenty of time for squirrels or mice to find a nice home in a stationary object. For some reason they like to chew wires. Could be a number of things.
What you are describing is relearning the steering angle sensor. I could still be a wheel speed sensor problem, a clockspring or a module issue.
Thanks, i will try driving a bit longer distance and also maybe find parking are where i can drive circle ( i saw that one work for someone w similar problem) if anyone else have better advice please advice me at email firstname.lastname@example.org. Anyway, back to desert heat... Jukka