Q: The EPS warling light just lit on my 2010 hyundai elantra but the steering seems fine. What might be the problem?

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The EPS warling light just lit on my 2010 hyundai elantra but the steering seems fine. What might be the problem? Steering is fine,car is driving ok,should i be concerned?

My car has 45000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi there. When the electronic power steering light illuminates on the dashboard, it indicates that the ECU has detected a trouble code relative to that system. It could be as simple as the connection being loose, or the sensor being damaged; especially if you’re not experiencing any physical driving issues. However, you might want to have a professional mobile mechanic come to your location complete a service light inspection to determine what is causing the light and recommend any repairs.

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