Thomas22may: This might be off topic, but what's the 5 seconds of music that plays right
in the beginning? Sounds like a nice song :)
Noel Conroy: Hi there good video thanks for sharing.
Chris D: Didn't see u make any motor replacement. Better if u had mate!!!
Gary Bellamy: the motor on mine doesn't have the relays on it.
Brian Mac: Thank You for taking the time to post this video.
Tom Wilkinson: Thanks for the video it was very helpful.
I replaced the motor on mine and the power steering seems to be fine now
but the ps electrical fault warning light is still on, also i don't think
the city mode works either. has this happened to anyone else and is there
any way to solve it ?
Djjorge Sanchez: Hello the first thing thank you for this tutorial, I have a doubt: me to
ignition the light and the direction goes lasts changing this piece it was
solved? Or it can be for another motive. Thank you
Paul Gorst: Thanks for the tutorial Benny. I have a 53 plate facelift model with a city
button. Can anyone tell me if changing the motor will be the same. Many
thanks in advance.
Sean Gill: hi my punto mk2 has a city button, are all the motors the same as those
without the city button?
Al Paca: wow this is a lot more simple than I expected :)
DamianSix66: Great video Benny , my PS has been gone for a few months now . I'd like to
give this a go but you mention that in rare cases the ECU and Motor need to
both be replaced , is there a way i can check beforehand if both need
replacing on mine or is it just a case of replace the motor and if it still
doesnt work then it means the ECU needs doing also ?
xXBennyyXx: Hi, I wouldn't like to say for certain it is the motor but 9 out 10 times
it is the motor, however it could be the column as well but the only way to
narrow it down is by doing a diagnostic on the car. But what you just said
was exactly like my Punto the power steering on and off like you say
intermittent by replacing the motor it solved it and I've had no problems
whatsoever and it's been 3 months now and still working perfectly to this
day! :) Best bet is get another motor and try it out.
DamianSix66: Thanks so much for posting this guide and for responding to my questions
Benny . Failed MOT last week thinking wrongly that broken PAS was OK to
pass , got a motor and ECU off ebay and followed your guide and bingo its
working ! I might try replacing the relays on my old motor and if can get
it working could flog it on eBay and make at least some of my money back.
Will raise an pint in your honour tonight !
xXBennyyXx: I know how annoying it can be when you try to park a Punto with no power
steering to me it felt like parking a tank in a single bay! So yeah get a
motor from the scrapyard follow the video instructions step by step, and
remember only wire it up then start the car and do some full locks like
full lock to the left then full lock to the right a few times I'd say 3-4
times after that turn the car off then back on repeat. If sorted then good
if not then again replace the ECU :) Good luck Damian!
Themba gulashe: Benny thank very much for this video, after watching it i went to buy a
part and i managed to change it my self throw your help...keep up the good
xXBennyyXx: As it's been said multiple times it's a common fault on the Punto MK2's,
anyway straight to the point I'd advice just bolting in the replacement
motor and connecting it then firing the car up if no luck. Then replace ECU
(not CPU :P) the ECU is mounted in with two bolts at the back or the side
unbolt those then slide it out and disconnect it (make sure you disconnect
battery first!!!) then connect the wires to new ECU slide it in bolt on,
then fire the car up and hopefully you'll have PAS! :)
Luke Larner: Thanks for the video! Have the same intermittent fault as everyone, will
try replacing the motor. How hard is it to replace the cpu if motor doesn't
do it? Been searching on Google and can't find instructions.
sean brady: Just like to say, thank you for your video. I have changed my power
steering motor and she works perfect :-)
DamianSix66: Thanks Benny , just noticed your reply . Good of you to get back to me ,
i'll try your advice and pick up a motor from a scapyard.
xXBennyyXx: Thanks :) The most easiest way to tell if it's the Motor or ECU is by
replacing the easiest part first which is the Motor as you can see in the
video, it didn't take me long to fit it. It's all about trial & error when
it comes to fixing a car, so your best bet is replace the Motor first and
see if the issue is resolved if not then replace the ECU as well, I got my
Motor from a Scrapyard and they threw a spare ECU for me for £50 all in but
in my case it was just the motor. So good luck! :)
xXBennyyXx: Glad you got it sorted in the end Damian! I still have my old motor so I
might do the same when I have the time as I'm always busy these days! Happy
Punto Driving ;)
mirmir666: Thanks man for posting this video...........
Mijan Choudhury: Hi great vid :) I'm having problems with my punto steering...it works but
then will stop and work again, basically it's intermittent. Will this be
the motor?? thought id get your advice before I go ahead with replacing it.
Thanks in advance
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