Re: button that says "trac" over the steering colum
For traction control. most vechicles are automatic, puch it it may turn it on or off, if it turns off it should have a light that says traction off. Less drive wheels can make minor improvements to gas mileage as well as not wear other parts as much.
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Very improbable. There are too many years in between models here. Not to mention that with the year-to-year changes that take place and the belt routing and pulley placements, there is little chance of the brackets and belt path being aligned.
Remove the steering wheel, turn signal reset (plastic), remove clip and spring. Remove trim to expose the entire colum. Disconnect all connectors. There are four main bolts holding the colum up. Remove the bolts and lower the colum. At the end of the steering shaft there is a bolt going through the colum. Remove the bolt. The colum can then be removed.
Well sometimes you can wiggle the steering wheel back and forth even when wheel is locked just apply moderate pressure and try to wiggle steering wheel back and forth and at same time use your other hand and try to jiggle the key to the on position.
Go buy a 3/8 inch transmission hose (most stores sell it by the foot) and cut it to length then reclamp it. I just did this to my 2001 Town/Country tonight and it worked wonderfully! Hope this helps you!