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Have a 2007 Hyundai Entourage Replace clock spring because

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Have a 2007 Hyundai Entourage
Replace clock spring because air bag light was On and now after doing so the ESC light came on and won't go away. I cleared all codes
Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Hyundai
Expert:  I. Silva replied 11 months ago.

Hello...welcome and thank you for using Justanswer.

If the light is ON ,it must be trouble codes stored in vehicle computer.

Can you scan the vehicle computer and the ABS system for codes?

Let me know what came up.

Thank you very much.

Customer: replied 11 months ago.
I have a Bosch OBD 1300 scanner
there are No Codes
Battery was unplugged for the half hour to hour to replace the clock spring that was the only difference
Was changing of that component
No codes after procedure
Expert:  I. Silva replied 11 months ago.

Did you drive the vehicle after the repair ,is it driving good ,does it have power ?

Is it just the ESC light ?

Have you try the button on the dash for the ESC ,with the ignition key ON ?

Let me know.

Thank you.

Customer: replied 11 months ago.
Drives good has power no cruise control have tried that ESC button with no results
Customer: replied 11 months ago.
ESC light would not go away so
I did also replace the angular velocity sensor
And the ESC LIGHT IS still On
Expert:  I. Silva replied 11 months ago.

No cruise control is normal once you electronic stability control (ESC) is off.

Are you sure there are no codes on the ABS system ?

I am not familiar with the scanner you have ,is it capable for the ABS system on this vehicle ?

I check on your scanner(code reader ) and this is not good for the ABS system,you need a real scanner to get the codes off the ABS system and fallow the description.

Yes ,the angle sensor may be your problem,i would check for codes first.

Will need a good scanner to do the calibration

let me know.

Thank you.

Customer: replied 11 months ago.
The bosoch 1300 scanner does check abs and airbag and resets the lights
There's something else after changing just the clock spring and unplugging and plugging back in the air bag on the steering wheel that affected the ESC light it only happened right after changing component only.
Expert:  I. Silva replied 11 months ago.

I still think there is a trouble code stored on the abs/esc computer keeping that light ON,make sure the connector is all the way in.

Do you have access to another scanner?

Customer: replied 11 months ago.
Will check again tomarrow
Thanks
Will get back with you
Expert:  I. Silva replied 11 months ago.

OK , let me know , I am going to sleep.

Customer: replied 11 months ago.
In my research if you change out the clock spring or the angular velocity sensor you need to get a scan tool to reset the angular velocity sensor to a zero state with the steering wheel straight and the wheels straight and that will get rid of the ESC LIGHT
(please watch video) https://youtu.be/zDb9G3GXLQc
Expert:  I. Silva replied 11 months ago.

Hi there....yes ,you do need a good scanner to do the zero calibration when replacing the angle sensor.

Like i said on my third post ,the angle sensor is a good possibility ,it may be what is keeping your ESC light ON and you will need a good scanner to scan for the trouble codes and do the zero(center) calibration.

Good luck.

Let me know.

Thank you.

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