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    Corsa Electronic Power Steering information

    I got an email from someone who reads the forums but doesn't actually post on them. He asked me to put this information up as it might be of use to the readers. I can't take credit or accept responsibility for the accuracy of this information etc etc but its worth a read.

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    CORSA ELECTRIC POWER STEERING

    There are some common faults with the Corsa Electric Power Steering
    that manifest themselves as one or both of these conditions

    1: The car pulls to one side or is easier turn in one direction when
    all else seems to be correct. E.g. Tyres equal, steering and
    suspension geometry good, brakes and wheel bearings good, driven on
    a straight and level road.

    2: When turning, the steering will randomly seem to jam or stick for
    an instant, and the steering wheel becomes suddenly heavy and then
    reverts to normal.

    Both of these can be rectified using a few commonly available tools
    and less than an hour's work. By many accounts the solution from your
    friendly Vauxhall Opel dealer is to replace the entire column.

    FAULT DESCRIPTION

    The most common problem by far with the Corsa EPS is caused by the
    torque sensing mechanical components wearing with age leading to an
    error with the torque sensor reading that gradually gets worse. The
    situation can be rectified by adjusting the position of the torque
    sensor to a new zero position.

    1: Steering pulls or has a preference for one direction
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    Full details of this procedure are available with photographs
    elsewhere, but it is worthwhile mentioning now that you will need a
    good degree of dexterity and a few useful tools to achieve it. Tools:
    Medium sized Phillips screwdriver, T2.5 Torx bit, flexible driver,
    small 2BA or 1/4" ring spanner, 13mm ring spanner.

    Method:
    Turn the Steering wheel to expose the two pop-on screw covers on the
    retaining screws for the steering column switch covers, remove the
    covers and the two phillips screws underneath. Remove the three
    phillips screws underneath the lower steering column switch cover and
    remove the cover. Remove the fuse cover and take out the two screws
    beneath the fuse box to allow the lower section of the dash to be
    pulled away.
    On the lower right hand side of the steering column assembly just
    inside the dash, there are two torx screws holding the steel cover
    plate that protects the torque sensor. Remove both of these using the
    flexible driver and T2.5 torx bit. Remove the cover. Before
    proceeding, mark the position of sensor body relative to the steering
    column body.
    If you only need to reset the torque sensor position, you need only
    loosen the screws to allow adjustment. If you need to fix the
    sticking steering problem then the sensor must be removed. The torque
    sensor is retained with two more T2.5 torx screws. The lower
    retaining screw can be accessed fairly easily by pulling the lower
    right section of the dash away from the metal structure. The upper
    one is more difficult and may be slackened using the torx bit in a
    small ring spanner.
    Next, turn the steering column to gain access to the bolt that
    secures the lower steering column universal joint to the rack spigot
    that projects up through the floor. Remove the retaining bolt and
    swivel the joint away.
    If you have a short piece of plastic drain pipe or a cardboard tube,
    slide it over the universal joints so that the steering column is
    free to turn without jamming on anything (like your hands).

    BEFORE TURNING ON THE IGNITION, READ ALL OF THIS BIT!.
    When the ignition is turned on and the engine started, the EPS will
    drive the steering column depending on reading of the torque sensor.
    If you do this now, there is a chance that the wheel will be driven
    continously in one direction. The column has a position sensor at the
    top behind the steering wheel that will count 30 turns from end to
    end before it jams. Check this before proceeding. Then turn the wheel
    back to centre (15 turns from one extreme).
    Now be ready to turn off the ignition if the next step causes the
    wheel to spin rapidly. Turn on the ignition and start the engine. The
    steering may spin rapidly, Switch off if it does. Rotate the torque
    sensor fractionally and turn on the engine again. Repeat this process
    until the steering is still when the engine is running.
    Then, give the steering wheel a short tug in one direction and let it
    settle, then do the same in the other direction. The wheel may
    continue a little or might bounce back a little. If necessary adjust
    the torque sensor position until the behaviour is identical in both
    directions.
    Now switch off, and check the steering centre position by counting
    the turns, and reset it in the central position.
    Repeat the torque sensor setting procedure to ensure that the
    behaviour is identical in both directions. Adjust if necessary. When
    you are satisfied that the steering is balanced and neutral turn off
    the ignition, and tighten the sensor retaining screws.

    Refit the Sensor cover, re-assemble the lower universal joint, refit
    the covers and screws and test drive.


    2: Random Jamming or "notchy" steering.
    ========================================
    This fault is caused by the mechanical components that translate the
    steering column effort (Control Demand) into motion that is
    proportional to torque. Direction is inferred by the magnitude of the
    torque being positive or negative. This mechanical translation is
    managed using a slant-pivot coupling connecting the upper and lower
    parts of the steering column that operates a sliding collar normally
    held in a central position by springs. The motion of the slant-pivot
    coupling is limited, and at either extreme allows direct coupling
    between the upper and lower sections of the steering column. The
    torque sensor detects the position of the sliding collar and produces
    an electrical signal to represent the effort and direction of turning
    the steering wheel. The EPS system then activates the motor that
    drives the lower section of the steering column in the correct
    direction to reduce the sensor reading to zero. i.e. No more turning
    is demanded.
    The problem occurs when the slant-pivot coupling or the sliding
    collar bind or lock at some position in the travel. The components
    are lubricated when built, but the lubricant degrades over time and
    eventually hardens and dries where it is thinnest. When the steering
    is turned slowly or by a small amount the friction at some points is
    enough to make the coupling bind rather than slide, causing a zero
    torque reading that effectively removes all power assistance until
    the coupling moves. To the driver this seems like the steering just
    got very heavy or jammed for an instant.
    It is possible to reinvigorate the assembly using a mixture of
    ordinary gear oil and a molybdenum disulphide based additive such as
    molyslip or stop smoke.

    Method:
    Carry out the same procedure as case 1, then mark the correct
    position of the torque sensor and remove it.
    Inject no more than 15cc of the Oil & MoS2 lubricant mixture into the
    void around the sliding collar and replace the torque sensor
    carefully. It will be necessary to rotate the sensor until the sensor
    actuator engages with the sliding collar correctly. Until the sensor
    is correctly engaged it will fail to seat properly. Do not force it
    into place or use the screws to try and pull it into position. The
    sensor arm is biased to one end by a spring and it will have moved
    when the sensor was extracted. Offer it into place and feel for the
    situation where the sensor arm spring tension can be detected. When
    it is in the right position it will just go into place easily and
    then it can be rotated to the correct neutral position as previously
    marked.

    Before replacing everything else, start the engine and check that the
    steering behaves properly. If it turns in one direction switch off
    immediately and reset the torque sensor position by following the
    procedure for case 1.

    After lubricating the internal components, a few days may need to
    elapse before the lubricant penetrates all parts of the coupling.
    Over this time the steering will gradually become lighter and may
    start to favour one direction as the coupling finds a new equilibrium
    position. If this occurs it will be necessary to reset the torque
    sensor position again.
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    I ihad to adjust mine. You don't actually need to disengage the steering column. You can use a multi-meter or do what I did and jack the car up so front wheels of ground and adjust sensor and turn ign on and see if it trys turninig itself to left or right. If it stays straight then jobs done. (albeit not the most scientific way it is much less work and even with a few attempts still less works than disengaging the steering etc).

    Anyhow good info from Ian there and good man Dom for posting.

    Oh - would be good I suppose if the wiring info was stuck in this post too so when people search its all in one.

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    Re: Corsa Electronic Power Steering information

    Many thanks for the information on the Cosa EPS above. I am soon to try and rectify this problem on my sons 51 plate 1.2 5dr corsa. It's very unbalanced steering wants to go left easly and resists right turns. Ive placed it on axle stands and cannot feel any difference from centre to full left or right with no electric help so I don't think the rack is damaged or stiff.. When the car is started with a little help to start it moving, the steering will go to full left lock on it's own. Many people have told me that the whole unit needs replacing but I am hoping that your advice will prevent this. You say above that pictures are available else where, can you elaborate? It would be nice to have a look at what I need to do before stripping it down. I read with interest your notes above GILES , did your method work ok?. Any help or advice in this area would be much appreciated. This seems to be the only site that I can find any help. Thanks, Strodius.

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    Re: Corsa Electronic Power Steering information

    I'm afraid I've got no other info about this other than whats above bud
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    Re: Corsa Electronic Power Steering information

    Strodius - yes this method worked great. Adjuested it and never had any more isses with it.

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    Re: Corsa Electronic Power Steering information

    hello, i need help.im despered with searching what is wrong with my eps. I've put corsa c eps to vw golf mk2 with 2,0 abf engine(el. fuel injection). We didnt use the diagnostic wire, the car speed sensor wire(car is for rally-cross, so i need eps working full power all time), and the dash wire. engine rev wire we join to rev sensor which is near crankshaft. Engie starts, eps works perfectly for about 10 seconds and then starts to stick. When i start engine again, it works for another 10 seconds.. maybe anyone knows what is wrong? thanks
    p.s sorry for language.

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    Re: Corsa Electronic Power Steering information

    Some information on this thread:
    Pics and info on Corsa EPS rack for those interested

    Unfortunatly Brian S wiring infor link is dead (come on Brian stick it up again).

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    Re: Corsa Electronic Power Steering information

    Reply to the user with the Corsa EPS in the Golf for rallycross,
    Not sure if your engine speed sensor is giving the correct speed signal as you seem to have it wired into the golf ECU. The corsa EPS is pretty fussy about the engine and vehicle speed signals it receives.
    I have fitted the corsa EPS to my westfield autotest car, got a stand alone unit to wire into the white plug in the corsa EPS control box from www.rallywiz.com The unit only costs Eur 45.00 and has a manual adjustment knob on it so you can set it to full power all the time or adjust it as preferred, I have had the unit on the westfield for 2 years now and no problems.
    Regards,
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    Re: Corsa Electronic Power Steering information

    Quote Originally Posted by dongiles View Post
    Reply to the user with the Corsa EPS in the Golf for rallycross,
    Not sure if your engine speed sensor is giving the correct speed signal as you seem to have it wired into the golf ECU. The corsa EPS is pretty fussy about the engine and vehicle speed signals it receives.
    I have fitted the corsa EPS to my westfield autotest car, got a stand alone unit to wire into the white plug in the corsa EPS control box from www.rallywiz.com The unit only costs Eur 45.00 and has a manual adjustment knob on it so you can set it to full power all the time or adjust it as preferred, I have had the unit on the westfield for 2 years now and no problems.
    Regards,
    Don.
    thanks for info, but i think that if the signal from engine rev sensor is wrong, the eps wont work at all, or work badly, but it works perfect after engine starts.. that box creates only engine speed signal or both engine revs and car speed signals?

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    Re: Corsa Electronic Power Steering information

    Got my controller working at work the other day. I will release my project as an open hardware project as soon as it's ready.

    guoliss, the current controllers for sale generate a fixed frequency for the engine revs - without this as you rightly say the ECU will provide no assistance so as not to drain the battery when the alternator is not running. It also has a variable resistor which allows you to set the level of assistance, unfortunately this level of assistance does not alter according to the cars speed.
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    Oh what beaaautiful timing Brain. Just as I've decided to break the cav you finally make the controller..... lmao

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    Re: Corsa Electronic Power Steering information

    Cheers for this Giles, sons car arrived home this weekend and finally got round to having a better look. Great advice above. I took the lower dash apart to reveal the column and torque sensor. Removed the metal cover on the sensor and having scribed its origainal position and picked out all of the position sealing wax I was able to move it. Stared the engine and it turned to the left on its own. Repositioned the sensor a little the other way and hey presto, sorted. A little bit of adjust /test drive and adjust again sorted it. An easy job, hope it stays in equalibrium now.
    Just have a small problem of slight vibration noise when turning right which is coming from the motor/column. Any one else had this noise, i assume its common.
    Anyway, great site, great advice, thanks . Strodius.

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    Re: Corsa Electronic Power Steering information

    Hello

    I'm from New Zealand and have recently bought a 2003 Holden Barina (an antipodean badge engineered Corsa) with 165000kms (~102000 miles). The steering behaves exactly as it should - it tracks perfectly with no sticking or left/right preference, however the steering wheel is a little off-centre when driving down a straight road.

    Could this be fixed by adjusting the sensor? could the steering rack itself need adjusting?, or could it be as simple as taking the wheel off and putting it back on straight? any thoughts or help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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    Re: Corsa Electronic Power Steering information

    Normally its down to badly setup tracking. The tracking might be spot on now but at some point they have probably set up the tracking without making sure the steering wheel is 100% dead center (i.e. wheels are tracked but steering wheel is slightly out).

    You can either get it retracked asking them to make sure the steering is centered when they do it or pull the wheel off, move it round a bit and stick it back on.
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    Re: Corsa Electronic Power Steering information

    First post, be kind...

    I have the "sticking" EPS problem, and was pleased to find the info from Dom/Ian in this post. I started following the instructions, but the sensor cover on my S reg Corsa 1.0 was difficult to remove - I thought I was using the wrong size Torx and spent half an hour mucking about. Then I noticed that there's a central "pin" in the screw that prevents solid-cored torx bits fitting properly. Add this to the way it's not covered by Mr Haynes and I think I'll take it to a professional. I found Power Steering Services in Greenwich, who I guess will do it, but can anyone recommend a similar outfit in the Midlands?

    TIA - Tony

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    Re: Corsa Electronic Power Steering information

    You can buy "security" Torx bits from Screwfix / B&Q / Maplin for a few quid. They tend to be made by Draper.

    Something like this:

    Security Bit Set 33Pc - Screwfix.com, Where the Trade Buys
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    Re: Corsa Electronic Power Steering information

    Thanks Dom, I didn't realise that's what I needed - Tony

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    Re: Corsa Electronic Power Steering information

    HI, this method seemed to do the trick however the eps light is now on has anyone else experienced this and how can I rectify the issue. Thanks in advance

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    Re: Corsa Electronic Power Steering information

    Will need a reset by a good fault code reader.

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    Blimey - have a look at all the linkbacks below - this is quite a popular thread !
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    .... and over 23,000 views !!!
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    Re: Corsa Electronic Power Steering information

    Hi everyone and all )

    Help neeed PLEASE !!!

    I have a 2008 Corsa 1.3ctdi (5 Door)
    Recently I have had a few issues with the steering.

    Steering feels very light and sounds "Gravelly" (Like there is Sand or something)

    Also, when turning the wheel to the Right 100%, the Pwer steering Light on the dash lights up and the power steering fails.... It is then impossible to turn at all.
    The only waty to rectify this is by turning the ignition off and on again...

    I'd be grateful for some advice on this as it's doing my head in (

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    Re: Corsa Electronic Power Steering information

    Probably worth starting off your own thread with a different title bud - welcome to MIG by the way
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    cool will do - thanks!!

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    Re: Corsa Electronic Power Steering information

    Hi and thank you for posting this. I've found the two methods have made great improvements to, but not completely fixed the problem. Vauxhall wanted 1500+ to replace the steering column but I reckon it's just the torque sensor is old and borked. For anyone wishing to try the methods here are some more links.

    Lots of pictures: https://www.flickr.com/photos/227760...7622964016248/

    Instructions: Self Steering? EPAS Reset

    And when you panic because you've removed the sensor and when you put it back in you've accidentally disconnected the entire power steering system have a watch of this for the trick: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DzXxf5iuwDY

    My overall advice would be to not buy a Corsa. I haven't even got a lemon - the dealer acknowledged that this is a VERY common fault, the internet is full of upset people with wonky steering, I think Watchdog did a section and it's not like this sort of problem has actually been fixed to date! BBC News - Vauxhall warns over Corsa steering problem

    Seriously, steering in a straight line is pretty flipping fundamental - what's the deal, Vauxhall? What a con.

    Thank you too all that have contributed to this thread. I cheered myself up by treating myself to a ladies-fit boiler suit so when I inevitable have to spend more time with my hunk of junk and my toolkit I'll at least feel that I look the part : )

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