Originally Posted by vandiesel
But life is so boring without firing a parts cannon :-). Mine won’t turn on yet so I think I have an electrical problem first. I will go through that diagnostics next but I also changed out the steering wheel so I figured that is probably where my problem lies.
True enough on the parts cannon---in an odd way going that route gives us the illusion we're at least doing
something (accomplishments notwithstanding)
The diagnostic procedure essentially trouble shoots the entire electrical circuit for the VSC. For the most part following the EVTM's resistance values for the steering wheel switches will tell you if the servo is bad or another part of that circuit has failed.
And yes if you've changed the steering wheel and not used the original switches and connectors that could very well be the issue.