Q: Where is the steering sensor in my 2014 Dodge Ram 1500

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Where is the steering sensor located at on Dodge Ram 1500 hemi 2014 n how do u recalibrate it an how do you replace it an reset it

Hello. The steering sensor is located in the steering column of your vehicle. This sensor can be replaced by dismantling the column and then once the new one is installed you would need a factory scan tool to calibrate it and the vehicle should be aligned at the same time. This should be done at the dealer.

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