My FWB started "ghost grabbing". Removed some fluid w turkey baster but it still messes up occasionally when it is hot and i've been driving a while. Annoying, with a potential for disaster if the driver is unaware.
^^Thanks for that ^^ Mine seems to get choosy in the summer. I thought it was p/s fluid and artificially inseminated it with the turkey baster. Seemed to help.You will need two 5k resistors in series, and physically they'll be wired in the shape of a "3". Put one between the black wire and green wire, and one between the green wire and the red wire. This will give both proper continuity between the supply and ground wires and a stable reference voltage to the sensor input wire. In case you are wondering, the red wire is the 5V supply, the black is the low voltage reference, and the green is the signal output to the module.
In this condition, the variable effort control module will think you are not turning the steering wheel and therefore will provide minimum boost at all times.