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I have a 2019 Veloster N PP with 2500 miles. Last night when I was in traffic going about 40 mph, my power steering failed. It didn't happen after a bump, I was going completely straight and not fast at all and it failed out of nowhere. Then today when I started up the car, power steering was back but only in "normal" mode. Changing the car to N mode or sport mode made no difference in steering feel. I'll be bringing it to a service center tomorrow and see what they think.:crying:
 

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In case anyone was wondering, they believe the cause was a bad connection to the steering motor. They reseated the connector and reset the system and now it's working, hopefully it stays that way.
 

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In case anyone was wondering, they believe the cause was a bad connection to the steering motor. They reseated the connector and reset the system and now it's working, hopefully it stays that way.
Hey, I just wanted to follow up and see if it was a long term fix. I am currently driving mine from CA to Baltimore where I'm gonna have it shipped to Sweden. My power steering just failed and then started working on restart, however, there is no difference when cycling through modes. I have no warranty on it once it's in Sweden and I'm on a really tight schedule to catch the ship.
An answer would be much appreciated.
 

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Hey everyone, I know this is an old thread but my car is currently at the dealership with the same issue and the technicians can’t determine the issue yet. Has anyone had success with their fixes and have any direction on this?
 

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Have them check the wiring connections near the steering column and at the connection at the Steering Control Module. 90% of the time it's a module or one of two electrical connections have pulled lose.

@Nomad I think he had a similar problem but it was found to be a loose connector. Hope he'll chime in here to shed some light. Could be wrong about the member though.
 
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