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It's not a fuse , the SJB - smart junction box controls these lights ! This is fords body control module . If the Heater / A/C control panel ,hazard switch ,headlamp switch , message center switch all work, it is not a fuse . The gear shifter I would say the bulb is burnt out . The steering wheel lights could be out because of an open in the clock spring . The clock spring is a device inside the steering column under the steering wheel that keeps your horn , cruise control , radio buttons etc... connected electrically . How cars clock spring works
You cant upgrade to HID lights on your car without the proper wiring right? Same with anything electrical in a vehicle if your vehicle didn't have all these extra buttons then your controlling unit for these devices are not compatible and not gonna work. Different units/different functions. You need to have the proper wiring harness for that wheel and the brain that operated all those buttons. Your airbag isn't recognized that's why you have the light on!!!
Fortunately your 1991 Buick is pre-steering wheel airbag...you will need to remove the steering wheel to gain full access to the "smart stick" Not to difficult with the correct puller...on loan from most parts stores...Hope this helps.
your problem is a part called a clock spring located underneath the steering wheel.best to have a shop replace it for you, special wheel puller is required to remove the steering wheel, this part carries wires for all controls and air bag that are control by the steer wheel buttons.
I have a 03 van and the horn doesnt blow or cruise control doesnt work and the airbag light is on, I was looking a few months ago and found out that its a chip behind the steering wheel that controls all of that. I dont know how much it is but id call the dealership.:)
There was a Technical service bulletin issued on 03 and 04 G35's regarding the audio system circuit board. One of the symptoms in the diagnostic tree on the bulletin was whether radio buttons worked, Because you have control with the steering wheel it is a dead giveaway that the circuit board is the problem. I would suggest calling your nearest dealer with your VIN number in hand and find out if the circuit board has been replaced. Even if it has, it could still have gone bad. But I can be almost certain that is your problem.
You have a bad clock spring. This is located behind the steering wheel and all electrical functions from steering wheel must go thru it. Pretty common problem on this model. The steering wheel and the steering column trim would have to be removed to replace it.