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EPS warning light question

Discussion in 'Kia Stinger TSB Discussion' started by morphrider, Jan 22, 2020.

  1. morphrider

    morphrider United States Newish Member

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    Have any of you had the EPS warning light pop up? My wife’s 2018 has had it pop on twice while driving. The first time she was able to stop, turn car off, then start and it stayed off for quite a while until last night. She showed me the light and sure enough, after turning it off and starting it, it does go away. I will be calling to get it looked at since we are under warranty with under 9000 miles on this thing. I was just curious if others have had this issue and what the outcome was? I will be posting results as well.

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  2. nhcowboy28

    nhcowboy28 United States 1000 Posts Club!

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    Please post a pic of the warning.

    I hate to ask, but could you be confusing the lane keep assist light?
     
  3. morphrider

    morphrider United States Newish Member

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    This is the base model, not the GT. It is the red steering wheel with exclamation point to the right of it.
     
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    nhcowboy28 United States 1000 Posts Club!

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    Dealership trip. They should be able to pull codes if they weren’t cleared… Power steering failure while driving is not fun
     
  5. morphrider

    morphrider United States Newish Member

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    Thanks, will get that going this morning.
     
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    morphrider United States Newish Member

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    Update....

    took it to the dealer, they could not find any codes. In previous issues they have had voltage spikes cause this issue before. The battery ground cable was not tight on the battery, also did not know battery was in the trunk either! All good for now.
     
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    You didn't, or the dealer didn't?
     
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    morphrider United States Newish Member

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    I didn’t. As much time as I have looked at the motor when we first got it, checking for anything out of the ordinary like leaks, belts wearing in funny, etc. it just never dawned on me that there was no battery right in front of my face.
     
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