Keep taking it to the dealer until they reproduce the problem. It
should be covered under the warranty. So why take matters into your
hands, when a dealer can do it professionally...for free (hopfully)
alarms/buzzer while turning sharp right. If this is the case then take
the dealer tech with you on a driveability test, only you do the
driving while he reads the computer codes on his scanner. Wait, before
you go thru all that, a sharp right turn-270 degrees at 25-30mph? Are
you a stunt driver? Wouldn't it be easier just to turn left 90
degrees? If it is truely a sharp right 270 degree turn at 25-30mph,
try taking your alarm decoder off your key chain as it is probably
smacking in to the steering column and activating the panic button.
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