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Cruise control, and horn do not work + air bag light came on

I have a 1998 6cyl. 3.3 i have been playing around to see if I might have a short in the steering colum itself, but I just don't know. I seem to have no power at the steering wheel for the cruise or horn. the air bag light has ben on since I have lost this power.
anyone have an idea?

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  • mhaen1172 Feb 16, 2009

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You need what is called a clock spring. It is located behind the steering wheel. Some of these had a recall on them. Check with your dealer to find out.

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