On the panel of the fuse box on my 94 corsica beretta it just says that the fuse for the horn airbag electric locks and fog lamps is under the steering colum but we serched and searched but never found it anywhere!
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Not recomended for untrained people as airbags can be very dangerous. That said you need to. 1) disconect battry 2) remove SRS (Airbag fuse) 3) remove shroud around steering colum 4) wait ten minutes. 5) remove horn pad (airbag houseing) usualy held in by tamper proof bits from back of steering wheel. 6) unplug wires to airbag & horn 7) undo steering wheel bolt & mark position of steering wheel to colum splines. 8) remove steering wheel with suitable puller (NOT a hammer) 9) unclip clock spring & replace 10) reverse procedure
It sounds like the item known as the "clockspring" has gone bad. It's a unit between the steeing colum and the steering wheel that transfers the electrical connections for any steeing wheel mounted electrincs, like the horn, cruise buttons, airbag, or anything else that might mounted to the wheel.
These are not easily replaceable, however after a brief search, there appears to be a POSSIBLY of getting it replaced under a recall from the manufacturer. Check out this link, and this link.
HORN CIRCUIT RUNS THROUGH AIRBAG "CLOCKSPRING". THIS CLOCKSPRING IS A ROTATING DEVICE THAT HAS A SPIRAL CABLE INSIDE THAT FLEXES AS YOU TURN THE STEERING WHEEL. THE PROBLEM AFFECTS THE CRUISE CONTROL SOMETIMES AND THE AIRBAG LIGHT MAY STAY ON ALSO. ONE OR MORE FUNCTIONS MAY BE AFFECTED OR JUST A SINGLE CIRCUIT(HORN). THE PROBLEM AREA WILL BE FROM THE STEERING WHEEL DOWN(MOST LIKELY THE CLOCKSPRING) HAVE YOUR DEALERSHIP RUN THE VIN NUMBER THROUGH THEIR SYSTEM AND SEE IF THERE ARE ANY RECALLS CONCERNING THIS. HOPE THIS HELPS YOU!!
Replace your headlight switch. You need torx bits, a steering wheel puller, and bolts to perform the repair.
Disconnect your negative battery cable and wait at least 1 minute before going any further (this insures your airbags are disabled if your vehicle has them).
Remove the plastic covers that cover the steering colum. If applicable, remove the airbag from the steering wheel; if you don't have a airbag pull the horn switch from the center of the steering wheel. Remove the retaining clip from the center shaft in the steering colum. Remove the bolt that holds the steering wheel, then use a steering wheel puller to remove the steering wheel. Remove the torx screws from the headlight switch, and remove the electrical connectors. Install in reverse.
I hope this information helps you, and I wish you luck on your repair.
hey guys with problems with the air bag lights on and horn not working in Chrysler Voyager...
this is the problem with the steering wheel clockwork spring. The connector that brings the wires from the steering wheel instruments (hord, airbag, cruise control) and takes it through the steering column to the car body but allows steering wheel to rotate without breaking the wires. The dealer should have adivised you that there is a life long warrantly from manufacturer of this part. There was a recall notice issued by Chrysler in 2003/4 to bring in car for replacement of part if the Airbag light came on. I got mine done last year under the recall.