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There is a electrical connection behind the steering wheel called a click spring. It is a series of wires wrapped up like that of a clock spring that cirlce around as you steer. This part is fairly easy to replace as the steering wheel deassembles very easily. The cost of the part is around 143.00 and is only avaliable at the dealership or maybe you can locate one at the salvage. My 2000 Voyager has the same issue as we speak.
OK I THINK YUO PROBLEM IS IN THE STEERING WEEL THER IS A CICUIT INSIDE THIS ONE GETS DESTROY OVER THE YEARS THIS ONE GIVES POWER TO THE AIR BAG AND CRUISE CONTROL IN ORDER TO FIX IT YOU HA TO TAKE THE WEEL OFF AND LOOK INSIDE UNTILL YOU FIND IT IS CONECTED TO THE AIR BAG AND BEFORE YOU DO SOMETHING DISCONECT THE NEGATIVE CABLE OFF FROM THE BATTERY
your clockspring under steering wheel has failed..there is a recall from chrysler for 1996-2000 ns minivans..even if recall was done before,clockspring is under a lifetime warranty..call your local dealer with your information..vin number,mileage and get it replaced
I guess the cruise control buttons are located on the steering wheel...
You have a bad clockspring (contact reel in the steering wheel), all the mentioned items (wheel mounted cruise buttons, horn buttons, airbag) are run through it.
Where the wheel is able to turn a couple of turns on either side, normal wires could not be setup to withstand this. The clockspring (contact reel) is a flat wire wound up to be able to withstand the rotation.
They are not an item I would recommend replacing by yourself, where airbag systems have a procedure which must be followed to make sure you don't accidentally deploy the bag and cause serious injury.