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Was Cruise Control working before the New Horn was installed? The power supply to the Horn, (input to ground wire) is connected to the Cruise Control Module (CCM). This CCM is wired to the Relay Switch Box located in the Engine Bay. The Relay Box cover will have a Chart indicating what function each Relay coresponds to. Your local autoparts store (AutoZone) can test the Relay Switch, and you'll know (if any Relay) need to be replaced.
The CCM is also wired to the Steering Wheel, but first passes through the Clock Spring Coil, located just behind the Steering Wheel. The Clock Spring allowes for the Function Buttons on the Steering Wheel to have power while Steering Wheel spins.
The Clock Spring can malfunction or break, its rare, but this will cut power to the Function Buttons on Steering Wheel. If ALL the buttons on Steering Wheel dont work, then the Clock Spring is the Culprit. The Coil may need to be replaced.
The Cruise Control Module itself may have failed and also would cause a few or all Steering Wheel Functions to quit working.
But first check the Relay Switch Box and examine the Harness Cables connecting (Steering Wheel--to--CCM--to--Relay Switch Box--to--Battery Supply).
Also if Cruise Control was working before the new Horn was installed and now not working, then most likely the Problem is a bad wire connection somewhere and/or is a faulty Relay.
on the dash cluster display, sure.
these are not good codes to get..
what is best is the use a real OBD2 scan tool , and for sure
one the reads extended chrysler codes.
U110A is a steering column control module lost communication
if you want to read the FSM on these codes, you can
and do all the tests it states there, to find true cause.
do you, , if not get the car scanned by a mechanic and diagnosed. B1A28-ECM Mismatch With Skim
126. lost comms with steering angle sensor
141 lost comms with TIPM
151 lost comes with occupant restraint system.
the B1a28 is very serious. or just a loose connector.
the ECM and SKIM say the VIN number is lost. or was garbled
in the comm.s (noise)
This is a dangerous problem, dont worry about the abs or trac lite till you get the steering fixed..... Could be a loose steering rack ...when you move the steering wheel that much and the tires dont move you have a serious problem..PLEASE DO NOT DRIVE until you can have someone look under the car it should be vey very easy to see whats wrong Good luck
you have to be careful with the airbag connectors, they may look fitted but sometimes they dont go fully in - so check. on the steering wheel there is a black earth wire connected to a male connector, you need to cut the end off the wire and put a round earth terminal on it, then drill a small hole in the metal part of the steering wheel and fit a self tapping screw through the electrical connector you fitted and screw it into the hole you drilled. that is the usual cause for the horn not working e.g. bad earth connector on steering wheel. if you are not sure ask someone that knows about electrics
sounds like a prob in the connection to your steering wheel. the steering wheel has a special connection that allows all the functions on it to be connected via a rotating connection (did i say connection enough...? lol) i dont know the terminology behind it, but that rotating thing is what lets you turn the wheel. Otherwise, regular connections with simple wires would bunch up everytime you turn the wheel. It sounds like something came loose or just lost connection in there..