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I have just changed the indicator/wiper arm (this unit is all in one comm 2000)and steering wheel,i have put the original air bag unit back on,and now the horn does not work and the air bag light is on and showing air bag fault.has any body have any solutions to this problem.. this is on a peugeot 406 2.0 hdi 110bhp on a 02 plate.

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You have to be careful with the airbag connectors, they may look fitted but sometimes they dont go fully in - so check. on the steering wheel there is a black earth wire connected to a male connector, you need to cut the end off the wire and put a round earth terminal on it, then drill a small hole in the metal part of the steering wheel and fit a self tapping screw through the electrical connector you fitted and screw it into the hole you drilled. that is the usual cause for the horn not working e.g. bad earth connector on steering wheel. if you are not sure ask someone that knows about electrics

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