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Most likely this is a fault with a steering sensor that is sending an incorrect signal intermittently causing a fault to set in turn putting the steering into a fail safe mode.What they needed to do was to read out the codes set and diagnose those codes to locate and repair the fault here.If you cannot make it back to the dealer to have this done I would see if a repair facility in your area can do this for you as there should be at least one code set needing diagnosed to locate and repair this here.I suspect a sensor or solenoid fault needing replaced for this issue.
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If there is a voltage surge due to the charging system or a short in the battery cables this can cause an over current issue.The charging system and battery need checked/tested as well as the cables for any issues to locate and resolve this fault here.Over voltage or current will disable some electronics to prevent any damage to them.