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Parts not working

The horn, heated seats, cruise control and the volume buttons on the steering wheel do not work. I took my car in for the 100,000 mile checkup and the above were half the problems I have encountered since we got the car back. When we took the car in, everything was fine, since, in addition to the above, the engine light has come on, the DVD player does not work as well as the above. This is all within 1.5 months.

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  • dan May 11, 2010

    have you checked the fuses?

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Mcdevito75 here, There is a device under the steering wheel that can cause these problems, specially if your horn now does not work, have ypour shop check out this part. I forget it"s name but location is under the steering wheel.

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