Question about 1994 Volvo 940
Horn won`t work
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need a steering wheel puller. You may be able to rent this from your parts house. Disconnect the battery for no less than 1/2 hour before disconnecting the air bag or the air bag could deploy. Place air bag facing up or it could become a projectile if set off.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
that sounds like you are low on power steering fluid ... when the level gets low then the pump starts to ingest air and that produces a buzzing sound when you turn the wheel .....i would add or change the fluid and check for leaks and mechanical loosness in the under car linkages ...you can have that checked at your next oil change .
Posted on Apr 10, 2010
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could be a bad clocksping the airbag is on it to but one of the thin film "wires" that are glued to it may have cracked.all the switches are on one "wire" the resistance of each switch is how the body control computer knows what button is pushed. i broke one of those clocksprings accidently when i worked at volvo so thats how i know those things are/were 1400.00$ i would take it to the dealer to have them diagnose and repair. the clock spring breaks real easy when you take off the steering wheel.
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
SOURCE: how to remove the airbag
two screws up underneath the steering wheel ,some are spring clips and some are 7 mm bolts and some are allen headed bolts ,then air bag lifts out ,big nut in middle holds steering wheel on ,disconnect battery first though
Posted on Sep 24, 2010
SOURCE: need to remove steering wheel
Let me start by saying I do not recommend that anyone other than a mechanic attempts this. Airbags are very dangerous to work on and should be left to professionals. If you do choose to do this yourself, take your time and be careful.
On the back side of the steering wheel there are access holes to the screws which hold the airbag in place. Before attempting anything involving an airbag, make sure to disconnect the battery and leave it disconnected for at least an hour to be safe. The required time to deactivate the airbag is less but please be safe. I don't remember the size but the bolts are torx. Once you remove them the airbag assembly will slide right out. Behind it is the ribbon cable attaching it to the steering wheel. Be very careful when removing this as to not damage the clock spring or the wiring. Good luck and please be careful.
Posted on Sep 13, 2011
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