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Old 01-12-2013, 01:46 PM
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Default Disconnected Wire in Steering Wheel

The airbag light is on. Cruise control, horn, etc. does not work. I hear clicking, like a plastic connector is clicking against the steering column.

What should I do? Take it in? Attempt to fix it myself?

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I would check into something called a "clock ring" as least that's what we used to call them. The first dodges with air bags and multifunction switches were real bad. We had to replace them on a daily basis. Hope this helps. Oh and btw the steering wheel has to come off to replace it...easy if you are comfortable with that kinda stuff.

Let me know how you make out.
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