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Service Stability after replacing intermediate shaft



I see there is an old post back in 2008 where someone was having an issue with a Service Stability message. I am not sure what DIC stands for - Dash Indicator ? Anyway I also understand that I need to have the vehicle scanned. Can someone point me in right direction of who may have an advanced scanner besides the dealership?


I have a 2005 GMC Yukon XL 1500, that I replaced the intermediate shaft. My "helper" was tasked with keeping the steering wheel from moving. Although he did try, he was less than attentive and allowed the steering wheel to move and turn or two (direction?).


Is it possible to "reset" the home of the steering sensor?



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Driver Information Center - that's only found on '07 and up vehicles, as far as I know.


Any competent garage should have a scan tool capable of resetting the sensor. Most high-end scan tools can do steering sensor calibration procedures.

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