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Steering fault.

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2017 Mazda 6 hydroplaned and hit something off the road that ripped the left front wheel off the lower a-arm.
It bent the inner tie rod at a 90 deg angle. The steering rack seems fine. After rebuilding most of the left front suspension and changing the engine cradle and transaxle.( knocked the bearing out of the right side of the transaxle) It is running but I have a power steering fault I cannot figure. The steering wheel turns but the assist doesn't seem to be working. The car is still on stands so there is no resistance. Is there a reset procedure? The car had no power for 5 months due to battery removal. Any help appreciated.
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It doesn't feel like it, even off the ground. I only have one wheel currently. The left side wheel has about a 3 inch hole in it where a piece of the brake rotor was jammed through it..
What I do have is a light on my dash telling me my power steering has an issue it's not on because the front wheels aren't on the ground.
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