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Honda Civic Service Manual: Power Steering Assist Check

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Check

1. Power Steering Assist Check

NOTE: This test should be done with original equipment tires and wheels at the correct tire pressure.


1.

Start the engine, and let it idle.



2.

Attach a commercially available spring scale (A) to the steering wheel. With the engine idling and the vehicle on a clean, dry floor, pull the scale as shown, and read it as soon as the tires begin to turn.


Initial turning load:

34 N (3.5 kgf, 7.6 lbf)


3.

If the scale reads no more than the specification, the power assist is OK. If it reads more, check these items:


Steering linkage

Rack guide adjustment

EPS system


EPS Motor Removal and Installation
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Steering Rack Guide Removal and Installation
5131B1 1. Vehicle Lift 1. Raise the vehicle on a lift, and make sure it is securely supported. ...

See also:

Honda Civic Service Manual. Multiplex Integrated Control System (MICS) Description - Functional Control ('13-'14: Natural Gas models)
Power Supply Voltage Monitoring Function The MICU monitors the power supply voltage (backup voltage). If the voltage drops below 10 V, the MICU does not store DTCs. Input Output MICU Battery voltage ...

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