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Old 11-09-2013, 04:23 AM
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Default NEED HELP with steering column wiring!!!

i have an 04 dodge ram needed to replace the steering column bought one off another 04 dodge was already pulled out and the wires cut on it all wires were pluged in when i went to install it i came up to plugging in the clock spring under the steering column theres a yellow plug and a white plug but on the same wire loom theres another wire that runs to a black plug and i have no idea where it goes if anyone could pop there steering column upper and lower shrouds off and look under the steering column you will see the yellow and white plug running to the clock spring if you follow the plugs wires down the loom about an inch or two theres another wire with a black male plug on the end WHERE DOES THIS PLUG INTO???? please help.....
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Default Black White and Yellow wires

I too am having the same problem. I can't find where that black plug under the steering column goes. It's driving me nuts. I had to replace my whole steering column. I accidently moved the clock spring too. When I otry to put the four blots in to hang it up it seems like only the bottom pair or the top pair will fit because it looks too short. But I could proably work arou8nd that if I knew where those wires were. Please help.
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Old 10-18-2014, 12:01 PM
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I too am having the same problem. I can't find where that black plug under the steering column goes. It's driving me nuts. I had to replace my whole steering column. I accidently moved the clock spring too. When I otry to put the four blots in to hang it up it seems like only the bottom pair or the top pair will fit because it looks too short. But I could proably work arou8nd that if I knew where those wires were. Please help.
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