The only way steering degrees can be 'off a lot' is by putting the clockspring in incorrectly as in not centered itself.
The service manual shows absolutely ZERO steering 'calibration' procedures for that year model ('11), the only mistake there is one of not getting the clockspring mark centered with the steering wheel mark and an installer issue. The only fault code resolution provided for is unplugging the clockspring and plugging it back in, read the diagnosis flowchart. There is NO code for the spring or the steering not being in 'calibration'.
Making noise suggests a spring not centered, it then has slack on one end to likely stick up to rub something. The other end will be too tight then and break way early due to that.