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EPS DTC Troubleshooting: 32-01, 32-02, 32-03, 32-04, 32-05, 32-06, 34-01, 35-01, 35-02, 35-03, 35-04, 36-01, 36-02, 37-01, 37-02

DTC 32-01:
 EPS Control Unit Internal Circuit (Current Sensor) (Regular Diagnosis)
DTC 32-02:
 EPS Control Unit Internal Circuit Offset (Current Sensor) (Regular Diagnosis)
DTC 32-03:
 Lower Current Sensor Stuck ON (Initial Diagnosis)
DTC 32-04:
 Lower Current Sensor Stuck ON (Regular Diagnosis)
DTC 32-05:
 Motor Power Supply Voltage (Regular Diagnosis)
DTC 32-06:
 EPS Control Unit Internal Circuit (Sub-CPU) (Regular Diagnosis)
DTC 34-01:
 Power Relay Stuck ON (IG Switch is in LOCK (0))
DTC 35-01:
 EPS Control Unit Internal Circuit (CPU) (Initial Diagnosis/Regular Diagnosis)
DTC 35-02:
 EPS Control Unit Internal Circuit (EEPROM) (Initial Diagnosis)
DTC 35-03:
 EPS Control Unit Internal Circuit (CPU Communication) (Initial Diagnosis)
DTC 35-04:
 EPS Control Unit Internal Circuit (CPU Communication) (Regular Diagnosis)
DTC 36-01:
 EPS Control Unit Internal Circuit (Direction Distinction) (Initial Diagnosis)
DTC 36-02:
 EPS Control Unit Internal Circuit (INH Output Circuit) (Initial Diagnosis)
DTC 37-01:
 EPS Control Unit Internal Circuit (Step-Up Circuit) (Initial Diagnosis)
DTC 37-02:
 EPS Control Unit Internal Circuit (Step-Up Circuit) (Regular Diagnosis)
  1. Turn the ignition switch to ON (II).
  1. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
  1. Turn the ignition switch LOCK (0).
  1. Start the engine.
  1. Turn the steering wheel from lock to lock several times, and hold the steering wheel for 10 seconds or more.
  1. Check for DTCs with the HDS.
Is DTC 32-01, 32-02, 32-03, 32-04, 32-05, 32-06, 34-01, 35-01, 35-02, 35-03, 35-04, 36-01, 36-02, 37-01, or 37-02 indicated?
YES -
NO -
Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time.■