A little while ago, I was doing some work on my XP900. One of the things I did was to correct the off-center steering wheel. My OCD kicked in and it was bugging the bejesus out of me. I did some reading on here and found that one way to get the stubborn thing off was to loosen the center nut, then give a few good whacks with a hammer while pulling on it. After finally getting it loose, I drove the Ranger down the driveway to find out exactly what position was the center, so I could line up the steering wheel. In doing so, I noticed the got tight when I tried turning to the right. Moments later, the wheel got tight any way I turned it, to the point where it doesn't feel like it has any EPS at all. In fact the Ranger will drive down the road now and the wheel will not move at all if I take my hands off of it...almost like it has and extremely overkill steering stabilizer on it. No trouble light on the display. I pulled the EPS relay under the seat, and that will make the light come on. Put the relay back in, and the light goes off, but no improvement with steering. I'm thinking that when I was banging on the steering shaft to get the steering wheel off, I damaged something in the EPS motor. Thoughts?