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2000 Dodge Van 3500 Cruise Control Doesn't work - what should I look at first?

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  • bowlife Mar 16, 2009

    No the air bag light is not on. The horn works - I think I ruled out the clock spring based on other internet searches. I was hoping to fix this to help me sell it. Good news - it is gone now. I do appreciate your help.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    ck the clock-spring contact under the steering wheel for continuity.

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Is your air bag light on and does your horn work this would also indicate a bad clock spring.

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