Check two thing, first is the main fuses after the battery (located at the top of the battery I guess) as well as their connection to be tight. Second, is the battery rating amps (should be 80 amps not less). If that didn’t help, I guess you need to check the wires for any damages or to check the power steering motor underneath since it is electrical and it may draw high current (check the diagram I’ve attached earlier)
Yes I saw the video and my reply was based on that. Keep us updated, and I hope that problem get fixed.
Your problem is electrical, so start from there. Check that both battery terminals are tight and secure, then check the battery health (and rating), it must be at least 80 Amps. Then check the main fuse box right after the battery at a pro workshop or the dealer. Last, which more likely not the problem, is to check the alternator. Check this diagram, that explains why you’ve got a message about the steering.
My only problem is, it needs to be completely closed before starting the treatment. I cannot leave the throttle body been exposed, otherwise the engine will get different air flow rate and the rpm will go up an down rapidly with turbulence.
Thank you for your comment I don’t have a problem with the paddle, I am having a problem with the throttle body and the nozzle Regarding the other point, my point of view is that I think I would sacrifice the catalyst rather than the engine it self. I have seen many people having problems with the lifters getting jammed because of the carbon buildup with the combination of bad oil and non premium gas
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