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My horn blows after I install air bag

I replaced the cruise control switches and wiring harness. To install the wiring harness, I had to remove the right side horn switch. Upon re-installing the switch, the horn goes off after I install air bag. w/o the air bag, the horn does not go off.

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    mybugguy Dec 05, 2012

    I replaced the cruise switches because they were broken. Upon taking them out, the wire connectors were stuck, hence why I needed to replace the cruise wiring harness. The cruise wiring harness is located solely in the steering hub (not down the column). It simply connects the two switches to connectors in the steering wheel. Once I reconnect the battery, the horn blows (but only after I've installed the air bag). If I remove the airbag, and reconnect the battery, horn is fine. I assume somehow the airbag is either shorting out the horn button(s) or compressing the button(s). But not sure how or why. Guess I look at it again tomorrow, more closely.

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You'll have to take it back apart and find out what is shorting out the switch, or applying pressure to the switch without pushing on the bag cover.

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SOURCE: Replacing a Cruise Control Switch

Ford Taurus/Sable 1996-1999 Repair Guide
Steering Wheel
Removal & Instalation

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Fig. 1: Remove the access covers for the air bag module retaining bolts

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Fig. 2: Remove the air bag retaining bolts and...

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Fig. 3: Carefully remove the air bag from the steering wheel to access the wiring connectors

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Fig. 4: Detach the connectors...

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Fig. 5: ... from the air bag module

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Fig. 6: Remove the center bolt from the steering wheel

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Fig. 7: Install a suitable puller and tighten the forcing screw to...

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Fig. 8: ... remove the steering wheel


CONTINUE...

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SOURCE: the horn and cruise control doesn't work,fuses are

the horn input to ground is located in the cruise control module. if they both don't work then your cruise control module or the clockspring coil for the steering wheel needs to be replaced. If airbag lights is on as well then I would change the clockspring coil first.

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I have a 1998 chrysler concorde. The airbag light on the dash stays on and my horn doesnt work. How do i fix this without costing me tons of money?


Could be a wiring problem or the clockspring in the steering column.
You would need to pull the steering wheel and test the circuits.

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ALARM, CRUISE CONTROL, and STEREO Wiring Color Codes for 1996 Honda Civic This...


ALARM, CRUISE CONTROL, and STEREO Wiring Color Codes for 1996 Honda Civic

This FixYa Tip is for the purpose of installing an Alarm, Remote Starter, Cruise Control, and / or Car Stereo into the vehicle listed in the subject line.

The wires listed are the ones you will need to successfully complete the task.

Some vehicles require additional relays and / or modules to bypass factory security. If they are required - it will be in the NOTES section below the wiring colors.

The following FixYa TIP is good for all Honda Civics for the following production years:

1996


STEREO WIRING COLOR CHART:
Constant 12V+: Blue/White
Switched 12V+: Yellow/Red
Ground: Black
Illumination: Red/Black
Dimmer: n/a
Antenna: Driver's Pillar

Front Speakers:
Left Front (+) Blue
Left Front (-) Gray/Black
Right Front (+) Red/Green
Right Front (-) Brown/Black

Rear Speakers:
Left Rear (+) Blue/Yellow
Left Rear (-) Gray/White
Right Rear (+) Red/Yellow
Right Rear (-) Brown/White

NOTES: Retain Keyless entry with secondary Harness Listed Below
Additional Accessories:
Metra Brand Dash Kit: 89-30-7891 - 99-7891 - 99-7898
Metra Brand Wiring Harness: 70-1720 W/Keyless Entry # 70-1720T
Metra Brand Antenna Adapter: n/a




ALARM / REMOTE START WIRING CHART:
Constant 12V+: White - Ignition Switch Harness
Starter: Black/White - Ignition Switch Harness
Ignition: Black/Yellow - Ignition Switch Harness
Ignition 2: Yellow - Ignition Switch Harness
Accessory: White/Black - Ignition Switch Harness
Tach: Blue - Coil
Brake Switch: Green/White - Brake Switch
Trunk Pin: Blue/Black - (-) Driver's Kick Panel
Parking Lights: Red/Black - (+) Driver's Kick Panel
Head Lamp: Red/White (L) Red/Blue (R) - Steering Column
Hood Pin: n/a
Door Trigger: Light Green/Red - (-) Above Fuse Panel
Door Lock: Green/White - (-) 2 pin connector taped to blue connector behind fuse box
Door Unlock: Green/Orange - (-) Module Behind Radio
Horn: Grey - Steering Column or GREEN connector behind radio

NOTES: - none -



CRUISE CONTROL:
Constant 12V+: White - Ignition Switch Harness or Use Hot Side of Brake
Switched 12V+: Black/Yellow - Ignition Switch Harness
Ground: Use Chassis Near Cruise Control Module
Hot Side of Brake: n/a - Brake Switch
Cold Side of Brake: Green/White - Brake Switch
Tach: Blue - Coil
VSS Wire : Blue/White - Driver's Side Dash Footwell, Grey connector.


NOTES: PPM - 4000PPM
ROSTRA Control Arm # 250-3421/250-1483
ROSTRA Throttle Adapter #250-4249

Vehicles with Manual Transmission require Clutch Switch.
Some vehicles may require a speed signal generator and/or other parts/adapters not listed above.
Rostra® Cruise Control module switch settings may differ if you use a speed signal generator or magnets and a pick up coil.

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ALARM, CRUISE CONTROL, and STEREO Wiring Color Codes for 1995 Honda Civic This...


ALARM, CRUISE CONTROL, and STEREO Wiring Color Codes for 1995 Honda Civic



This FixYa Tip is for the purpose of installing an Alarm, Remote Starter, Cruise Control, and / or Car Stereo into the vehicle listed in the subject line.


The wires listed are the ones you will need to successfully complete the task.


Some vehicles require additional relays and / or modules to bypass factory security. If they are required - it will be in the NOTES section below the wiring colors.


The following FixYa TIP is good for all Honda Civics for the following production years:


1995





STEREO WIRING COLOR CHART:

Constant 12V+: Blue/White
Switched 12V+: Yellow/Red
Ground: Black
Illumination: Red/Black
Dimmer: n/a
Antenna: Driver's Pillar

Front Speakers:
Left Front (+) Blue/Green
Left Front (-) Gray/Black
Right Front (+) Red/Green
Right Front (-) Brown/Black

Rear Speakers:
Left Rear (+) Blue/Yellow
Left Rear (-) Gray/White
Right Rear (+) Red/Yellow
Right Rear (-) Brown/White



NOTES: - none -

Additional Accessories:

Metra Brand Dash Kit: n/a
Metra Brand Wiring Harness: 70-1720
Metra Brand Antenna Adapter: n/a








ALARM / REMOTE START WIRING CHART:

Constant 12V+: White - Ignition Switch Harness
Starter: Black/White - Ignition Switch Harness
Ignition: Black/Yellow - Ignition Switch Harness
Accessory: Yellow - Ignition Switch Harness
Tach: Blue - Distributor
Brake Switch: Green/White - Brake Switch
Trunk Pin: Green/Black - (-) Above Fuse Panel (Blue Connector)
Parking Lights: Red/Black - (+) Above Fuse Panel
Head Lamp: Red/White - Steering Column
Hood Pin: n/a
Door Trigger: Light Green/Red - (-) Driver's Running board
Door Lock: Green/White - (-) 2 pin connector taped to blue connector behind fuse box
Door Unlock: Green/Red - (-) Driver's Door at Door Lock Module
Horn: Blue - Steering Column (Relay Required)
Windows UP: LF=Red/Blue RF=Blue/Yellow
Windows DOWM: LF=Red/Yellow RF=Blue/Green


NOTES: - none -






CRUISE CONTROL:

Constant 12V+: White - Ignition Switch Harness or Use Hot Side of Brake
Switched 12V+: Black/Yellow - Ignition Switch Harness
Ground: Use Chassis Near Cruise Control Module
Hot Side of Brake: n/a - Brake Switch
Cold Side of Brake: Green/White - Brake Switch
Tach: Blue - Distributor
VSS Wire : Yellow/Blue - Driver's Side Dash Footwell, Grey connector.




NOTES: 4000PPM

Vehicles with Manual Transmission require Clutch Switch.
Some vehicles may require a speed signal generator and/or other parts/adapters not listed above.
Rostra® Cruise Control module switch settings may differ if you use a speed signal generator or magnets and a pick up coil.


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Remove steering column


why not say reason.. ??? is the actual shaft bad,
or just swapping out the whole thing.> with igntion switch and combo switch?
the whole inside parts?
are you removing the steering wheel ?

first hard part is air bags, very dangerous.
and the coil spring, in wheel hub. easy to damage that.
first off major work , you need the FSM. why not get it and read it.

if no bags , good. easier.
the other issue is the
there are 3 critical steps.
1: Bags.
2: ignition switch assy, anthieft screws.
3: collapsible shaft, possible damage.
4: the steering wheel puller and steps. the FSM covers each separately.

wheel. quote
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable and disable the air bag system.
  2. Set the front tires in a straight-ahead position.

  1. Remove the air bag module retaining nuts from behind the steering wheel.
  2. Remove the air bag module. Defeated first !!!!
  3. If equipped, remove the cruise control switch.
  4. Disconnect the horn wiring.
  5. Remove the steering wheel retaining nut.
  6. Scribe a line mark on the steering wheel and steering shaft if there is not one already.
  7. Remove the steering wheel using a suitable puller.
  8. the palm smacking trick can get the wheel off if lucky.
To install:
  1. To install, align the scribe marks on the steering shaft with the steering wheel.
  2. Ensure the wheel compresses the 2 locktabs on the clockspring.
  3. Pull the air bag and if equipped, cruise control wires through the larger hole and horn wire through the smaller hole. Ensure they are not pinched.
  4. Install the steering wheel nut and tighten it to 45 ft. lbs. (61 Nm) while forcing the steering wheel down the shaft with the nut.
  5. Connect the wire feed to the horn buttons.
  6. Connect the feed wires and tighten the air bag retaining nuts to 90 inch lbs. (10 Nm). Ensure the air bag is completely seated. The latching clip arms must be visible on top of the connector housing on the module.
  7. Enable the air bag system and connect the battery cable.
  8. From the right side of the vehicle (in case of accidental deployment), turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
  9. Check for proper air bag warning light operation.
end quote, get the FSM. there are many more pages, for
the COMBO section, and shaft.

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Audio, cruise controls and horn doesnt work on the steering wheel but air bag light hasnt come on...anyone know what the problem could be? I replaced the horn and fuse.


Sounds like something happened to the wiring harness in the column. The air bag circuit is in a different harness.

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ALARM, CRUISE CONTROL, and STEREO Wiring Color Codes for 1994 Honda Civic This...


ALARM, CRUISE CONTROL, and STEREO Wiring Color Codes for 1994 Honda Civic



This FixYa Tip is for the purpose of installing an Alarm, Remote Starter, Cruise Control, and / or Car Stereo into the vehicle listed in the subject line.


The wires listed are the ones you will need to successfully complete the task.


Some vehicles require additional relays and / or modules to bypass factory security. If they are required - it will be in the NOTES section below the wiring colors.


The following FixYa TIP is good for all Honda Civics for the following production years:


1994





STEREO WIRING COLOR CHART:

Constant 12V+: Blue/White
Switched 12V+: Yellow/Red
Ground: Black
Illumination: Red/Black
Dimmer: n/a
Antenna: Driver's Pillar

Front Speakers:
Left Front (+) Blue/Green
Left Front (-) Gray/Black
Right Front (+) Red/Green
Right Front (-) Brown/Black

Rear Speakers:
Left Rear (+) Blue/Yellow
Left Rear (-) Gray/White
Right Rear (+) Red/Yellow
Right Rear (-) Brown/White



NOTES: - none -

Additional Accessories:

Metra Brand Dash Kit: n/a
Metra Brand Wiring Harness: 70-1720
Metra Brand Antenna Adapter: n/a








ALARM / REMOTE START WIRING CHART:

Constant 12V+: White - Ignition Switch Harness
Starter: Black/White - Ignition Switch Harness
Ignition: Black/Yellow - Ignition Switch Harness
Accessory: Yellow - Ignition Switch Harness
Tach: Blue - Distributor
Brake Switch: Green/White - Brake Switch
Trunk Pin: Green/Black - (-) Above Fuse Panel (Blue Connector)
Parking Lights: Red/Black - (+) Above Fuse Panel
Head Lamp: Red/White - Steering Column
Hood Pin: n/a
Door Trigger: Light Green/Red - (-) Driver's Running board
Door Lock: Green/White - (-) 2 pin connector taped to blue connector behind fuse box
Door Unlock: Green/Red - (-) Driver's Door at Door Lock Module
Horn: Blue - Steering Column (Relay Required)
Windows UP: LF=Red/Blue RF=Blue/Yellow
Windows DOWM: LF=Red/Yellow RF=Blue/Green


NOTES: - none -






CRUISE CONTROL:

Constant 12V+: White - Ignition Switch Harness or Use Hot Side of Brake
Switched 12V+: Black/Yellow - Ignition Switch Harness
Ground: Use Chassis Near Cruise Control Module
Hot Side of Brake: n/a - Brake Switch
Cold Side of Brake: Green/White - Brake Switch
Tach: Blue - Distributor
VSS Wire : Yellow/Blue - Driver's Side Dash Footwell, Grey connector.




NOTES: 4000PPM

Vehicles with Manual Transmission require Clutch Switch.
Some vehicles may require a speed signal generator and/or other parts/adapters not listed above.
Rostra® Cruise Control module switch settings may differ if you use a speed signal generator or magnets and a pick up coil.


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ALARM, CRUISE CONTROL, and STEREO Wiring Color Codes for 1993 Honda Civic This...


ALARM, CRUISE CONTROL, and STEREO Wiring Color Codes for 1993 Honda Civic

This FixYa Tip is for the purpose of installing an Alarm, Remote Starter, Cruise Control, and / or Car Stereo into the vehicle listed in the subject line.

The wires listed are the ones you will need to successfully complete the task.

Some vehicles require additional relays and / or modules to bypass factory security. If they are required - it will be in the NOTES section below the wiring colors.

The following FixYa TIP is good for all Honda Civics for the following production years:
1993


STEREO WIRING COLOR CHART:
Constant 12V+: White/Blue
Switched 12V+: Yellow/Red
Ground: Black
Illumination: Red/Black
Dimmer: n/a
Antenna: Driver's Pillar

Front Speakers:
Left Front (+) Blue/Green
Left Front (-) Gray/Black
Right Front (+) Red/Green
Right Front (-) Brown/Black

Rear Speakers:
Left Rear (+) Blue/Yellow
Left Rear (-) Gray/White
Right Rear (+) Red/Yellow
Right Rear (-) Brown/White

NOTES: - none -
Additional Accessories:
Metra Brand Dash Kit: n/a
Metra Brand Wiring Harness: 70-1720
Metra Brand Antenna Adapter: n/a




ALARM / REMOTE START WIRING CHART:
Constant 12V+: White - Ignition Switch Harness
Starter: Black/White - Ignition Switch Harness
Ignition: Black/Yellow - Ignition Switch Harness
Accessory: Yellow - Ignition Switch Harness
Tach: Blue - Distributor
Brake Switch: Green/White - Brake Switch
Trunk Pin: Green/Black - (-) Above Fuse Panel (Blue Connector)
Parking Lights: Red/Black - (+) Above Fus Panel (White Connector)
Head Lamp: Red/White - Steering Column
Hood Pin: n/a
Factory Disarm: Disarms with Unlock
Door Trigger: Green/Red - (-) Driver's Running board
Door Lock: Green/White - (-) Driver's Door at Door Lock Module
Door Unlock: Green/Red - (-) Driver's Door at Door Lock Module
Horn: Blue/Red - Steering Column (Relay Required)
Windows UP: LF=Red/Blue RF=Orange/White

NOTES: - none -



CRUISE CONTROL:
Constant 12V+: White - Ignition Switch Harness or Use Hot Side of Brake
Switched 12V+: Black/Yellow - Ignition Switch Harness
Ground: Use Chassis Near Cruise Control Module
Hot Side of Brake: n/a - Brake Switch
Cold Side of Brake: Green/White - Brake Switch
Tach: Blue - Distributor
VSS Wire : Yellow/Blue - Driver's Side Dash Footwell, Grey connector.


NOTES: 4000PPM
Vehicles with Manual Transmission require Clutch Switch.
Some vehicles may require a speed signal generator and/or other parts/adapters not listed above.
Rostra® Cruise Control module switch settings may differ if you use a speed signal generator or magnets and a pick up coil.

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I want to replace the right hand speed control for the cruise control on my 2008 Chrysler Aspen - any ideas? Anyone!


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REPLACING CRUISE CONTROL SWITCH

1.
Disconnect and isolate negative battery cable from battery.

2. Remove airbag module (See AIRBAG REMOVAL below).

3. Remove speed control switch mounting screw and remove switch from steering wheel.

4. Reverse procedure to install.
AIRBAG REMOVAL
1. Disconnect and isolate negative battery cable from battery.

2. From the underside of the steering wheel, remove the two screws that secure the driver airbag to the steering wheel armature.
CAUTION: The horn switch and the clockspring pigtails connected to the back of the airbag module are fragile. Do not pull on these wires to disengage them. These must be handled carefully to prevent damage to the horn switch and/or the clockspring assembly.
3. Pull the driver airbag away from the steering wheel enough to access the three electrical connections on the back of the airbag housing.

4. Disconnect the steering wheel wire harness connector for the horn switch from the horn switch feed pigtail wire connector, which is located on the back of the driver airbag housing.

5. The clockspring driver airbag pigtail wire connectors are secured by integral latches to the airbag inflator connector receptacles, which are located on the back of the driver airbag housing. Depress the latches on each side of the connector insulator and pull the insulators straight out from the airbag inflator to disconnect them from the receptacles.

6. Remove the driver airbag from the steering wheel.

7. Reverse procedure to install.

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How to install part sw5928 cruise control switch to a 1998 ford ranger


1 Open the hood and loosen the clamp bolt on the negative battery cable with an adjustable wrench turned in a counterclockwise direction. Pull the cable straight up and off of the terminal and push it aside. Wait 15 minutes, before continuing this procedure, to allow the air bag circuitry to deactivate.
2 Pry the two plastic screw covers from the rear of the steering wheel spokes in the passenger compartment with a flat blade screwdriver. Remove the two screws revealed after removing the covers with an 8 mm socket attached to a ¼-inch drive ratchet wrench turned in a counterclockwise direction.
3 Lift the horn pad straight up from the top of the steering wheel. Carefully pull the air bag wiring harness connector from the bottom of the horn pad. Set the horn pad aside.
4 Remove the two screws holding each cruise control switch (there are two switches, one on each side of the steering wheel) with a Torx screwdriver turned in a counterclockwise direction. Lift up on the switch and pull the wiring connector apart with your thumb and forefinger. Repeat this action for both switches. Remove the switches from the steering wheel.
5 Install the new switches (make sure the "On/Off" switch is on the right-hand side) onto the steering wheel using the original mounting holes. Tighten the holding screws with a Torx screwdriver turned in a clockwise direction.
6 Push the air bag wiring connector back into the bottom of the horn pad until it is fully seated. Place the horn pad into position on the steering wheel. Tighten the holding screws from the back of the steering wheel with an 8 mm socket and ratchet. Push the two screw covers into the back of the steering wheel until they snap into place.
7 Place the negative battery cable back onto the terminal and tighten the clamp nut in a clockwise direction with an adjustable wrench. Close the hood.

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ALARM, CRUISE CONTROL, and STEREO Wiring Color Codes for 1992 Honda Civic This...


ALARM, CRUISE CONTROL, and STEREO Wiring Color Codes for 1992 Honda Civic

This FixYa Tip is for the purpose of installing an Alarm, Remote Starter, Cruise Control, and / or Car Stereo into the vehicle listed in the subject line.

The wires listed are the ones you will need to successfully complete the task.

Some vehicles require additional relays and / or modules to bypass factory security. If they are required - it will be in the NOTES section below the wiring colors.

The following FixYa TIP is good for all Honda Civics for the following production years:
1992


STEREO WIRING COLOR CHART:
Constant 12V+: Blue/White
Switched 12V+: Yellow/Red
Ground: Black
Illumination: Red/Black
Dimmer: n/a
Antenna: Driver's Pillar

Front Speakers:
Left Front (+) Blue/Green
Left Front (-) Gray/Black
Right Front (+) Red/Green
Right Front (-) Brown/Black

Rear Speakers:
Left Rear (+) Blue/Yellow
Left Rear (-) Gray/White
Right Rear (+) Red/Yellow
Right Rear (-) Brown/White

NOTES: - none -
Additional Accessories:
Metra Brand Dash Kit: n/a
Metra Brand Wiring Harness: 70-1720
Metra Brand Antenna Adapter: n/a




ALARM / REMOTE START WIRING CHART:
Constant 12V+: White - Ignition Switch Harness
Starter: Black/White - Ignition Switch Harness
Ignition: Black/Yellow - Ignition Switch Harness
Accessory: Yellow - Ignition Switch Harness
Tach: Blue - Distributor
Brake Switch: Green/White - Brake Switch
Trunk Pin: Green/Black - (-) Above Fuse Panel (Blue Connector)
Parking Lights: Red/Black - (+) Above Fus Panel (White Connector)
Head Lamp: Red/White - Steering Column
Hood Pin: n/a
Factory Disarm: Disarms with Unlock
Door Trigger: Green/Red - (-) Driver's Running board
Door Lock: Green/White - (-) Driver's Door at Door Lock Module
Door Unlock: Green/Red - (-) Driver's Door at Door Lock Module
Horn: Blue/Red - Steering Column (Relay Required)
Windows UP: LF=Red/Blue RF=Blue/Yellow
Windows DOWN: LF=Red/Yellow RF=Blue/Green
NOTES: - none -



CRUISE CONTROL:
Constant 12V+: White - Ignition Switch Harness or Use Hot Side of Brake
Switched 12V+: Black/Yellow - Ignition Switch Harness
Ground: Use Chassis Near Cruise Control Module
Hot Side of Brake: n/a - Brake Switch
Cold Side of Brake: Green/White - Brake Switch
Tach: Blue - Distributor
VSS Wire : Yellow/Red - Driver's Side Dash Footwell, Grey connector.


NOTES: 4000PPM
Vehicles with Manual Transmission require Clutch Switch.
Some vehicles may require a speed signal generator and/or other parts/adapters not listed above.
Rostra® Cruise Control module switch settings may differ if you use a speed signal generator or magnets and a pick up coil.

Thanks for using FixYa!! Please see my other tips on GPS, Car Audio, Large Appliances, and more.

on Apr 01, 2010 | Honda Civic Cars & Trucks

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