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Old 05-21-2010, 01:49 PM
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Does anyone have a 2nd generation ram w/stearing wheel mounted audio controls that can post a picture of the OEM head unit?

I bought a 2002 Ram 3500 recently and the audio controls on wheel do not work and it appears the OEM unit may have been replaced althouth it has an OEM Dodge unit just not sure it's the right unit.

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You could also have a bad clock spring. Gen 2's were notorious for that.
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Any suggestions on diagnosing the clock spring?
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You have to pull the airbag out and disconnect the clock spring at both ends and then ohm out the circuits with a DVOM.
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On the back of the radio there should be an extra plug in for the steering wheel. I believe its like 2 or 3 wires with a white end.
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