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Old October 11th, 2017
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2000 Intrigue GLS 3.5L steering position sensor

I cannot find the correct steering position sensor for my 2000 Olds Intrigue GLS. Mechanic says the one on my car doesn’t have the pigtails that the one Advance Auto sells... Wondering if other 2000 GLS owners can help out?
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Old October 12th, 2017
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Rockauto.com only lists one: if the link works, here it is: http://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/o...n+sensor,13497
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Old October 12th, 2017
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Not the right one

My mechanic says that does not look like the one on the GLS

Anyone out there replace one on a 2000 Intrigue GLS?

Rock Auto suggests a pigtail to go with that sensor, but is out, and I don't see the pigtail elsewhere either. Maybe the GLS required one, or did they all need the connector/pigtail?

I'm trying to get the part to replace, so the dash lights will go off (throws code pointing to steering position error).

The symptom is only an occasional ABS or traction control slip, like dry pavement but thinks it's slick out. Even with traction button pushed off.

Wanting to sell car, but not wanting to pass on slight problem in an Iowa winter of snow...not so bad on dry pavement.

Thoughts out there? Anyone replace the steering position sensor on a GLS, especially a 2000?
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Old October 16th, 2017
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Anybody have an answer for me?

anybody?
I can't be the only one with this problem.
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Old October 17th, 2017
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Found this one on Amazon (no, I'm not throwing darts; just trying to help). It says it fits but I really have no idea if it does. https://www.amazon.com/Standard-Moto...g+wheel+sensor
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(I know an older post, but adding info to help readers)

I have a 99 GX. I have wanted to change to a leather wheel with the audio controls on the left side.

After not finding a suitable one in the bones yards near me. I bought a new one off Ebay. I was hoping my car had the steering sensor that already had the parts and wiring in place for the audio controls. When I pulled off the old one and looked at the plug, it had the 8 plug wire plug on the steering control sensorto match the 8 wire plug on the new wheel. My Gx had the 8 wire plug, but only had 5 wires used on the wheel side.


And new audio buttons worked normally.


As I suspected and hoped, many older cars tended have wiring in place for added accessories that can be added separate from trim packages to reduce wiring looms.
(Mine even has the wiring up to the mirror plug in and fuses in place for heated mirror option, but are the base ones that are not not heated)

I would suspect all intrigues have the 8 wire sensor and what I was seeing as replacement parts was only a 4 plug.


After looking for a suitable part, I think only used is where the correct one with all the connections for audio and cruise will be found.

So go find your spare in a salvage yard...

Oh and bring a puller, it will most likely be on tight, real tight. Mine took a lot of force to pop it off.

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