August 5, 2021

How to Reset SAS for GM Chevy Cruze via Foxwell NT650Elite?

Today I’m working on a 2015 GM Chevrolet Cruze to show how to reset or calibrate SAS(steering angle sensor) with Foxwell NT650Elite Scanner. So if you guys have a Chevy, Buick, GMC, or Cadillac, that would be helpful as well.

When you have replaced some mechanical parts on the suspension/steering, or if you had a front-end alignment, you’ll need to reset your steering angle sensor. Otherwise, you may get a light traction light and it’s annoying.

Following I’ll use NT650 to make a quick demo, as it has stopped producing, the updated version NT650 Elite would be the same.

Here we go to start:
Find out the OBD2 port, connect it with NT650.
Turn ignition on, press
Special functions >> SAS >> Choose the vehicle >> USA >> GM >> 2015(F) >> Passenger car >> Chevrolet >> Cruze >> Electronic brake control module
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The ignition has already on, go ahead to press
OK >> Steering wheel angle sensor learn

Align the front wheels straight and center the steering wheel, press “OK”.
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Please wait for 4s…

As you can see, there are 2 service stability track traction control lights that come on.

The test has been successful. Also, warning lights have gone.
Done!
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You can actually check the angle on the steering wheel if you go through the ABS interaction control computer to see the data. You can see and test your sensor as well.

This is using Foxwell NT650 Elite to calibrate SAS for a Chevy Cruze, hope it will be helpful for you guys.
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