Question about 1996 Toyota Camry
Car was in acident air bag went off air bag was not replace no horn
You have a damaged Spiral Cable, or, as more commonly referred as a "Clockspring". This is the wiring that connects the steering column to the steering wheel. Inside the housing for the Clockspring is a flat wire harness that connects the vehicle harness to the variuous controls on the steering wheel...the horn, the air bag, the cruise switch, etc etc. What you need to do is go to a Toyota dealership parts department, and purchase a Spiral Cable assembly. Pull the steering wheel, and you will see it. Remove the 4 screws, and pull the Cable unit, and unplug it. Fit the new Cable assembly, and refit the screws; plug it all back together. Just remember to keep the steering wheel CENTERED...the replacement Cable assembly comes in teh "Centered" position. Do not rotate it left or right, or you will lose the centering of the cable..This will break the wire..
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