Steering Wheel Position Sensor

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If a steering wheel position sensor (SWPS) has been replaced on a 2010 Escalade, Avalanche, Silverado, Suburban, Tahoe, Sierra, Yukon, Yukon Denali, Yukon XL, or Yukon Denali XL and current DTC C0455 or C0710 is set while turning the steering wheel, the incorrect SWPS may be installed.

For the 2010 models, there are 1st and 2nd design SWPS, depending on the EBCM calibrations. When replacing the SWPS, use the original part number removed to obtain the correct replacement part.

If the original SWPS part number is unknown, follow this generic guideline to help determine the correct SWPS.

  1. Using TIS2Web, check the EBCM calibrations. If the calibration listed shows "New Alps Sensor Calibration," the 2nd design SWPS should be used. (Fig. 10)f10_may_2011.jpg
  2. If the calibration does NOT show "New Alps Sensor Calibration," the 1st design SWPS should be used.
  3. Use the following chart to help determine the correct part number.

All models (except 2500/3500 Silverado and Sierra)

1st Design 15886733

All 2500/3500 Silverado and Sierra

1st Design 25855607

All models

2nd Design 20910871 (TIS2Web will show "New Alps Sensor Calibration")


- Thanks to Jim Will

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