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Hi all, I need your guys help on how to perform the zero point calibration. I have a 2010 Corolla LE

I had to change the clockspring after the original part failed on me. Purchased a ebay clock spring minus the steering sensor. Transferred the steering sensor off the original clockspring and put it on the new ebay clockspirng, while doing it, I may have turned the steering sensor when taking off and I lost track. Is there a center position for the steering sensor? What I need to do to perform the zero point calibration after I put everything together?


Thank you in advance.
 

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I had been told that this had to be done at a dealer but I don't know for sure. :frown:
 

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It would require a special OBD2 scan tool to do a zero point calibration. At my work, we have a alignment machine that we plug an OBD2 connector to the car for the steering angle sensor while do alignment adjustments. As we center the steering wheel, the alignment machine updates angle sensor position for the ECU.
 
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