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I drive an MAN TGA 430 2006. And the switches on the steering wheel have stopped working. any ideas thanks

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SOURCE: i drive a tga 26.430 and the switches on the steering wheel have stopped working.any help out there.Thanks

You will need to disarm the airbag system (follow manufacturers instructions EXACTLY), remove the steering wheel and replace the coiled ribbon contact drum under the steering while that is commonly called the "clock spring". FAILURE TO DISARM THE AIRBAG CAN RESAULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR *****.

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I drive a tga 26.430 and the switches on the steering wheel have stopped working.any help out there.Thanks


You will need to disarm the airbag system (follow manufacturers instructions EXACTLY), remove the steering wheel and replace the coiled ribbon contact drum under the steering while that is commonly called the "clock spring". FAILURE TO DISARM THE AIRBAG CAN RESAULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR *****.

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try turning the steering at a complete stop fullly left and right. If the steering is resistnt then you are in 4 wheel drive. vehicles in 4whl drive don't like to steer unless they are moving.

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I had the same problem. Horn not working and indicators not self cancelling.
After removing the steering wheel I found that the central two pronged collet, that engages with the steering wheel and drives the horn contact slipring and indicator cancellation, had worn down its prongs. this had caused the horn wires to stop rotating and they had been snapped by the motion of the steering wheel.
the ideal solution would be to replace the collet and horn wires but I managed to repair both

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If your steering wheel is off center, this can cause the problem. Luckily this is very easy to fix -- you can do so even if you have little to no experience working on your vehicle.
1. Park the vehicle with the wheels facing straight ahead (drift forward until you are moving in a straight line). Don't worry about the steering wheel position. 2. Locate the steering drag link -- the diagonal rod coming from the bottom of the steering arm to the top of the passenger side steering knuckle (on the axle near the tire) 3. Loosen the two bolts on the rotating adjustment collar on this link. I believe these are 13mm. 4. Rotate the collar one way about two or three turns, check the steering wheel to ensure that the "Jeep" logo is perfectly horizontal. If it's not, continue rotating the collar (or move it in the opposite direction) until the wheel is centered. 5. Tighten down the nuts on the drag link adjuster. 6. Take her for a test drive and let me know how it worked!

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I have a 95 Saturn SL1 and the ignition switch won't turn. I've sprayed a little penatrating oil in the keyslot and that didn't work. What do I do next?


Hello voss_rod,

I have a Saturn too. Happens all the time. The last time you turned the vehicle off the wheel was turned one way or the other. When the steering locked, the wheel trying to center itself put a lot of tension on the key cylinder.

The Fix:
Which ever way the wheels are facing (however slightly), turn the wheel a little more in the same direction while trying the key. It will only take the slightest movement of the wheel to release the tension and allow the key to turn.

If you find this helpful, take a second and rate this solution. I'd sure appreciate it.

Mike

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Hi,

There would only be three (3) possibilities for a continuous blowing of horn:
1. defective/shorted horn relay ( very unlikely);
2. defective/shorted horn switch (very likely); and/or
3. shorted/grounded wiring (likely).

The horn switch is the contact switch normally embedded into the steering wheel.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Thank you for using FixYa.

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