hi scotty I really enjoy your videos because 99% of the time your right . I have a question I have a 2010 Hyundai elantra gls 2.0l , I replace the coupler that goes on the electric power steering motor the car ran good for a couple of days until I noticed that I had a flat on my tires so I went and change the tires and I decided to change the other tire as well so the lift the front of the car and replace it right after they got done I started to drive a minute later I had the EPS light on so I hook it up on a scanner that I have and it says that the angle is not calibrate on the power steering that's the only code is giving me now I checked out a lot of calibration tools but they a bout 1500 and I really don't have that much money . is there a way to calibrate the sensor without a calibration tool for ex i seem people calibrate sensor like that on a Lexus but I'm not sure if that is possible on this type of car. i live in Houston tx as well i hate to see a light on my dashboard because ifeel my car is going to break any second help please

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Scotty Kilmer
Scotty Kilmer


pay a mechanic, you can do that yourself. even I don't have equipment for that model

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