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i'm haveing problems wit my steering angle sensor......... does anyone know where this sensor is located.. steering angle sensor
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From the Service Manual.

Steering Angle Sensor is mounted on the right side of the Stearing Column Control Module (SCCM), below the clockspring and is responsible for informing the ESP of steering angle.
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steering angle sensor

thanz for that info.......i was having problems with my car.... a light that had to do with the throttle body and the ESP/BAS light comes on... and i wouldnt be able to go no more then 20 mph and the motor was doing a funny nose.. i took it to the dealer and they tould me that the throttle body and the angle sensor had to be replaced ... so i did but still no changes.... anyone have and glues of info please let me know
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