Question about Mazda Millenia
ON STEERING WHEEL, CRUISE , SOUND UP AND DOWN FOR STEREO AND HORN DON'T WORK AND AIRBAG LIGHT FLASHING ON DASH
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: steering wheel controls
Replace the clock spring, or check all the cabling and plugs first. If you are inexperienced take it to an auto electrician, otherwise do it yourself but disconnect the negative battery terminal for 2 minutes prior to opening the steering wheel to check the plugs, as not doing so could cause the airbag to go off. In addition you can also take out the airbag fuse. Check radio control plugs and close it up again and reconnect everything in reverse order. If that doesn't fix it, then have the clock spring replaced professionally, its too much mucking around if you don't know what you're doing.
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
SOURCE: Code 34 02' Explorer
I cant remeber the airbag light code but i was having the same problem with my husbands truck. I found out it was a cord under the drivers seat that had become slightly loose. It has to do with the seat belt or something. I just pushed it back in and the light went off. I read that in the 2002 explorers that the cord they used when manufacturing it was too short so if you happen to push the seat back to far it could come loose again home this helped .
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
SOURCE: steering wheel controls
change out the clock spring. i had this happen to me google the lincoln ls clock spring installation and then go to the dealership and purchase the part. it will run you about $138.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
It sounds like your clock spring, as we call it, has failed under the steering wheel. To remove the assembly you must first disconnect the negative battery cable to avoid deploying the air bag. There are 2 to 4 screws on the back of the steering wheel holding the horn pad onto the wheel. Remove those screws and carefully lift the horn pad off and disconnect the wire plugs. The horn wire is usually red and the air bag usually yellow. You will need a cheap steering wheel puller from the local auto zone to remove the steering wheel. They have a small round disc type that is easy to use and cheap. Now remove the large nut from the center of the steering shaft. Install the tool and remove the wheel. Now you will see a large round disc or air bag ribbon held on by a clip. use an pick tool and a small screw driver to remove this clip. Now trace the wires under the column and unplug the other end and you can remove the ribbon or clock spring. Now feed in the wiring for the new ribbon and reverse the process to reassemble. While you have the horn pad off test the horn switch to see if the horn pad is bad and may need replaced also. If the switch is good find the horn relay in the fuse box under the hood and see if when you press the horn does it get power from the switch. to test the horn itself apply 12volts to the two connectors on the horn and if it sounds it is OK. The system is made up of horn, horn relay, and horn switch. Thanks for looking for a solution at Fixya.com.
Posted on Dec 01, 2010
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