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Horn not working and air bag light on 1999 plymouth voyager

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I guess the cruise control buttons are located on the steering wheel...

You have a bad clockspring (contact reel in the steering wheel), all the mentioned items (wheel mounted cruise buttons, horn buttons, airbag) are run through it.

Where the wheel is able to turn a couple of turns on either side, normal wires could not be setup to withstand this. The clockspring (contact reel) is a flat wire wound up to be able to withstand the rotation.

They are not an item I would recommend replacing by yourself, where airbag systems have a procedure which must be followed to make sure you don't accidentally deploy the bag and cause serious injury.

Posted on Aug 28, 2008

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SOURCE: Plymouth Voyager 1999 - air bag light stays on

It is a recall problem. You can get it fixed for free at the dealer. You don't want to fiddle with it... airbag might go off while going down the road!

Posted on Oct 12, 2008

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SOURCE: my air bag light came on and my cruise control and

your clockspring under steering wheel has failed..there is a recall from chrysler for 1996-2000 ns minivans..even if recall was done before,clockspring is under a lifetime warranty..call your local dealer with your information..vin number,mileage and get it replaced

Posted on Jul 19, 2009

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SOURCE: My 1999 Plymouth Breeze has the horn on all the

it is in the clock spring behind steering wheel contacts are broke completing circuit and making horn work

Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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SOURCE: The cruise control is not working on our 1997

could be the plasic pipe has broken that supplies vacuum to the servo momted at top rear of engine on left[drivers]side. or a fuse has popped check ALL of them because some fuses feed other fuses and are not labeled as such on the fuse panels

Posted on May 08, 2010

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Horn and cruise control not working


I had the same symptom on my 97' grand voyager. replaced the clock spring and my air bag light turned off, the horn worked and the cruse worked. found one at local auto parts for about 50 bucks.

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The most common reason for an inop horn on these vans is a bad clockspring under the steering wheel. If the air bag light is also on your van may be eligible for a recall regardless of age or mileage. You would have to check with a dealer.

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My 1998 plymouth grand voyager horn and cruise control do not work.whats the problem..


There was a recall due to the clockspring being wound incorrectly. If the repair was not made, this could cause the horn and cruise control to quit functioning and the air bag light to stay on.

Aug 19, 2010 | 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager

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2000 plymouth voyager, horn blows constantly, had to remove relay, no lights on dashboard and cruise control works w/relay removed, need help


may be the horn pad is bad,,its part of the air bag assembly,youll need a new one,they get stuck on,,

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My horn doesn't work the air bag light is on


OK I THINK YUO PROBLEM IS IN THE STEERING WEEL THER IS A CICUIT INSIDE THIS ONE GETS DESTROY OVER THE YEARS THIS ONE GIVES POWER TO THE AIR BAG AND CRUISE CONTROL IN ORDER TO FIX IT YOU HA TO TAKE THE WEEL OFF AND LOOK INSIDE UNTILL YOU FIND IT IS CONECTED TO THE AIR BAG AND BEFORE YOU DO SOMETHING DISCONECT THE NEGATIVE CABLE OFF FROM THE BATTERY

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We just had it repaired. They replaced the rack


clock spring in the steering causes this problem. check the steering or may ask the same mechanic to check it.

Jul 27, 2009 | 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager

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My air bag light came on and my cruise control and


your clockspring under steering wheel has failed..there is a recall from chrysler for 1996-2000 ns minivans..even if recall was done before,clockspring is under a lifetime warranty..call your local dealer with your information..vin number,mileage and get it replaced

Jul 17, 2009 | 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager

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Horn doesn't work where is the location of horn


The horn is actually located in front of the vehicle behind the grill,but what makes it sound is a special part located at the steering wheel behind the air bag assembly called the clockspring assembly and if this part is broken the horn and cruise control will not work,also the airbag light will be on all the time.You will need a puller to pull the steering wheel out but be carefull to disconect the airbag to preventing it from inflating accidentally.I am assuming the corresponding fuse is working.Good luck

Jul 12, 2009 | 1999 Plymouth Voyager

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1997 Plymonth Voyager horn does not work.


My van had the same problem. You need to replace the clockspring located in the steering wheel. Once replaced, the horn will work, the cruise will work, and the air bag light will shut off. Hope this helps!!! It worked for me!!

Dec 22, 2008 | 1997 Plymouth Voyager

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1999 voyager plymouth


I guess the cruise control buttons are located on the steering wheel...

You have a bad clockspring (contact reel in the steering wheel), all the mentioned items (wheel mounted cruise buttons, horn buttons, airbag) are run through it.

Where the wheel is able to turn a couple of turns on either side, normal wires could not be setup to withstand this. The clockspring (contact reel) is a flat wire wound up to be able to withstand the rotation.

They are not an item I would recommend replacing by yourself, where airbag systems have a procedure which must be followed to make sure you don't accidentally deploy the bag and cause serious injury.

Aug 28, 2008 | 1999 Plymouth Voyager

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