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RE: code b1181open circuit in 2nd squib circuit

I did what you suggested when I move the cables around the light goes off. After I put the bottom shroud and let the car run for a few minutes and turn the steering wheel left and right the light comes back on. When I remove the shroud again and move the cables the light goes off. What else can I do to fix the problem.

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The problem probably is in the contacts of the spiral cable Where it is plugged in. if so, the part will have to be replaced. it is pretty easy to do if you can get the steering wheel off, pretty much just unplug it, and remove the clip that holds it to the steering shaft

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no year stated
no model car. no car actually stated? wow.
no country.
SSDD.
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name was stolen to car industry.
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