Hyundai Genesis: ESC(Electronic Stability Control) System / Steering Angle Sensor Repair procedures

Adjustment
Calibration (Setting up the zero angle)
Steering Wheel Angle Sensor of an absolute angle type (CAN type) measures the angle under the standard of the zero angle set.
Calibration must be performed in the following cases:
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Replacement of the Steering Wheel Angle Speed Sensor
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Replacement or repair of the Steering column
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Detection of DTC codes (C1260, C1261)
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Replacement of the sensor cluster
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Replacement of HECU
Calibration procedure
Perform wheel alignment and place the steering wheel in a line within ±5°error.

1.
Connect the GDS. (CAN line or OBD connector)
2.
Turn ignition switch on.
3.
Press calibration button of the Steering Wheel Angle Sensor.
4.
HECU calibration procedure is performed.
(Calibration records, DTC codes erasure)

Steering Angle Sensor Description and Operation
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