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    EPAS Conversions

    I'm planning on going down the Electric Power Assisted Steering (EPAS) route on my scooby Nova. I haven't fully planned out which solution I'm going down, I've purchased a couple of options to experiment with.

    I thought I would share this article as I found it very interesting, especially the fail safe mode on some of the Toyota EPAS systems.

    https://www.therangerstation.com/tec...ps-conversion/

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    What about the Opel Corsa unit, small, self contained and doesn't hook into a ECO/CAN BUS. 50-60 quid all in.
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    Interesting article. I didn't realise so many vehicles has electric assisted steering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter View Post
    What about the Opel Corsa unit, small, self contained and doesn't hook into a ECO/CAN BUS. 50-60 quid all in.

    Because it doesn't have the fail safe mode and expects inputs that our cars don't have without work.

    http://www.super7thheaven.co.uk/cors...steering-epas/

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    ^ good article!

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