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1992 corvette code 26 of the sir air bag light is on that is an open in the steering wheel column where is good place to look withjout taking column apart

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Hi fred,

I worked at a salvage yard for a while. During that time I pulled hundreds of airbags. I thought I'd share a few things.

I've provided this as a supplement to erietracks solution, not to replace it. It provides important additional information you need to be aware of when working on or around SIR (Supplemental Individual Restraint) airbag systems. It lists the potential dangers of doing so and the appropriate precautions against accidental premature deployment. Any work done on the steering column should include this.

Precautions for working with and handling airbags: Take these Seriously!!!

  • Alway wear safety glasses.
  • Control the environment - no kids, pets, people horsing around.
  • Disconnect the negative battery terminal. After you are done, make sure no one is inside the vehicle when you reconnect the battery. If your vehicle has an anti-theft system, you'll need to get your activation codes to reset your sound system.
  • Do not use solvents to clean your airbags. They may ignite if accidentally deployed. Use only a damp cloth.
  • Airbags are sensitive to heat in excess of 190 degrees F. Store them accordingly.
  • Airbags are sensitive to impact - handle them carefully
  • Airbags are sensitive to static electricity - ground yourself, Spray the seat and rug with fabric softener (anti-static - ever heard the term 'static cling')
  • Wires for the SIR are bright yellow, the connectors are labeled.
  • In addition to forward mounted sensors, there are also three sensors in the dash.
  • Do not use voltage testers or VOM's on SIR wiring.
  • Do not haphazardly disconnect airbag components
  • Be safe
  • Be aware

Disable the system:
  • Turn the wheel to the straight ahead position
  • Lock the ignition and remove the key
  • Disconnect the negative battery cable. Be advised, this alone will not render the system safe. The diagnostic module (DERM) can retain a charge
  • Remove the airbag fuse (refer to fuse block cover for location)
  • At the bottom of the steering column locate the Airbag connector. (Yellow wire, yellow conduit)
  • You may need to remove the sound insulator panel beneath the instruments to access it
  • Disconnect the plug
The system is now disabled. That does not mean you can let your guard down. It means that you can now continue working around the system with a higher degree of safety. Continue to observe all safety precautions. Airbags should be handled with caution at all times.

Be safe
Mike


Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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Usually a lit airbag can be attributed to faulty wiring, crash sensor behind the front bumper, bad connection between the airbag and lower part of the steering column, or a faulty airbag module. I've also heard of clockspring wiring harness problems. An airbag "on" light means that your airbag system is INACTIVE. Be careful. Check for a safety recall. You must have the battery disconnected for at least 15 minutes for a reset and double check your battery. I know it seems simple, but a poor battery will trip a code. 15 minutes allows the SDM (Sensing Diagnostic Module or Airbag computer) to discharge the backup power for airbag. Do this especially if you're poking around the controls. It sounds like a bad connection which is not allowing communication between all parts of the system. Also check the fuse (can't hurt).

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SOURCE: 97 chevy 1500 air bag light blinks when started.

not relaed, just bad luck! you need to get ot scanned to see what airbag sensor is bad, thats why its blinking  GOOD LUCK!

Posted on Apr 25, 2009

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SOURCE: steering column

You probably have problems with transmission switch wich is on "Park" at that time, but sensor sends a signal that transmission is in gear. Try to start your car on "Neutral". It might help and indicate a problem for shure

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64b989f.jpgHere's how Chilton has it wrote up,let me know if you need the drawing too.

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Steering wheel airbag removal on 2006 Cadillac cts cant find bolts


There are no bolts ! it takes a special tool , there are spring loaded Fasteners .
Pull the handle of the air bag tool away from the instrument panel (I/P) releasing one of the spring loaded fasteners.
Steering Wheel Inflatable Restraint Module Replacement
Tools Required J 44298 Driver Air Bag Removal Tool
Removal Procedure
Caution: Refer to
SIR Inflator Module Handling and Storage Caution in the Preface section.
Caution: Refer to SIR Caution in the Preface section.

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Caution: A deployed dual stage inflator module will look the same whether one or both stages were used. Always assume a deployed dual stage inflator module has an active stage 2. Improper handling or servicing can activate the inflator module and cause personal injury.
  1. Disable the SIR system. Refer to SIR Disabling and Enabling .
  2. On the back side of the steering wheel are 3 openings for removing the steering wheel module.
  3. Adjust and install J 44298 into 1 of the holes.
  4. Important: Seat the air bag removal tool all the way in to perform properly.
  5. Pull the handle of the air bag tool away from the instrument panel (I/P) releasing one of the spring loaded fasteners.
  6. Repeat this step for the other 2 fasteners.
  7. Pull the inflatable restraint module gently away from the steering wheel.
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  9. Important: Note the wire routing positions on the steering wheel module connectors, the redundant control routing positions, and the horn wire routing positions for the correct assembly.
  10. Remove the connector position assurance (CPA) (4) and the electrical connector from the steering wheel module.
  11. Remove the horn contact lead (2) from the steering column cam tower.
  12. Remove the steering wheel module (5

Mar 09, 2015 | 2006 Cadillac CTS

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How do i change the ignition cylinder if I have no key


Align the steering wheel so the tires are straight and then remove the ignition key from the Saturn.

  • 2 Remove the lower right side console trim panel to reveal the fuse box panel. The trim panel simply pulls off with a sharp tug. Locate the supplemental inflatable restraint (SIR, or air bag) fuse and then remove it with the fuse puller. Refer to the repair manual for the fuse schematics, if necessary.
  • 3 Open the hood and then disconnect the negative battery terminal from the battery, using a ratchet and socket. Isolate the cable so the terminal does not come into contact with the battery post during the repair.
  • 4 Loosen the four SIR retaining fasteners located behind the air bag module at the rear of the steering wheel using a ratchet and socket.
  • 5 Remove the inflator module away from the steering wheel carefully. Disconnect the connector position assurance (CPA) device from the module. Disconnect the yellow SIR connector at the base of the steering column. Unplug the wire harness from the module and then place the module in a safe place away from your work space with the trim panel facing up.
  • 6 Pry off the upper instrument panel retaining caps with a slotted screwdriver and then remove the trim panel retaining screws. Lift the trim panel upward to disengage the rear retaining clips. Disengage the front trim panel clips by lifting upward at each front corner. Remove the trim panel from the vehicle.
  • 7 Disconnect the CPA device from the passenger-side air bag module and then disconnect the yellow SIR wire from the wire harness pigtail located under the passenger-side dashboard.
  • 8 Disconnect the wire harnesses for the horn and cruise control (if equipped) from the base of the steering wheel. Remove the retaining clip at the center of the steering wheel (if equipped) and then remove the mounting nut beneath it. Pay attention to the alignment of the steering wheel locating notch for reassembly.
  • 9 Apply the steering wheel puller to the steering wheel and tighten the center nut of the puller to draw the steering wheel off the column slowly. Tape the SIR coil into position to prevent accidental coil damage from occurring.
  • 10 Remove the two retaining screws and then the upper steering column cover. Pry off the ignition lock bezel and then remove the two lower retaining screws and the lower steering column cover.
  • 11 Remove the SIR coil from the combination module. Disconnect the CPA device and the wires from the combination switch. Remove the combination switch retaining bolts and then remove the switch from the steering column assembly. If necessary, remove the instrument panel trim covers and center console trim to access the switch fasteners for removal.
  • 12 Disconnect the ignition switch connector and then remove the two ignition switch retaining screws. Disconnect the switch from the ignition module and then remove it from the steering column.
  • 13 Reverse the procedure to reinstall the new replacement ignition switch.
  • Nov 04, 2011 | 2001 Saturn SL

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    Airbag light is on horn is not working what to do


    Hi, odds are your clockspring has broken. You'll have to remove the steering wheel to access the clockspring, which will require the use of a steering wheel puller. I have pasted procedures below from autozone.com. After removing the airbag and before removing the steering wheel, you can verify that the clockspring has failed, if desired, by testing the continuity of the wires from the airbag to the bottom of the steering column. Please let me know if you have any questions, and thanks for using FixYa.
    Removal & Installation CAUTION The Supplemental Inflatable Restraint (SIR) system must be disarmed before removing the steering wheel. Failure to do so may cause accidental deployment of the air bag, resulting in unnecessary SIR system repairs and/or personal injury.

    1. Make sure the front wheels are in the straight-ahead position.

    2. Turn the ignition key cylinder to the LOCK position and remove the key. Turn the steering wheel a half turn toward the left until the steering column becomes locked in position.

    3. Remove the 3 bolts attaching the air bag module to the steering wheel. Remove the air bag module.


    CAUTION Disconnect and isolate the negative (ground) battery cable. Allow the system capacitor to discharge for at least 2 minutes before continuing with the removal procedure. This will disable the air bag system.

    jturcotte_466.jpgFig. The airbag is attached to the steering wheel by three fasteners

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    Fig. After the airbag is unbolted from the steering wheel . . .

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    Fig. . . . reach behind and unplug the electrical connections

    4. Disconnect the wiring connectors from the air bag module, horn switch and speed control switches.

    5. Remove the routing clip for the wiring harness from the air bag module studs.

    6. Remove the steering wheel mounting nut from the steering column shaft and remove the steering wheel damper from the steering wheel.

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    g away from your body when transporting it to a storage area

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    Fig. With the airbag removed, the steering wheel retaining nut can be removed

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    Fig. After the nut is removed, set aside the damper plate . . .

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    Fig. . . . and use a paint marker to matchmark the steering wheel shaft with the wheel

    7. Using a steering wheel puller tool, remove the steering wheel from the steering column shaft. Do not thread the steering wheel puller tool bolts into the steering wheel more than a 1/2 in. or damage to the SRS clockspring will result. Do not hammer or bump the steering column or shaft when removing the steering wheel
    8. Remove and replace the clockspring.

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    Fig. A steering wheel puller must be used to remove the wheel from the shaft

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    Fig. Once the wheel is free of the shaft, carefully route the wires through the wheel

    To install:
    1. Before installing the steering wheel, the clockspring must be centered . Center the clockspring as follows:
    a. Disengage the lock mechanism by depressing the 2 plastic locking pins.

    b. Turn the clockspring rotor clockwise until it stops, while the lock mechanism is disengaged. Do not use excessive force.

    c. From the end of the clockwise travel, turn the clockspring rotor counter-clockwise. The clockspring wires should be at the top. Engage the clockspring locking pins.

    d. Turn the clockspring a 1/2 additional rotation counter-clockwise from the center locked position. This should put the clockspring wiring at the bottom.

    e. The clockspring is now correctly positioned for installation of the steering wheel.


    2. Install the steering wheel onto the steering column shaft. Make sure the master splines of the steering wheel and steering shaft are in correct alignment. Be sure the flats on the steering wheel align with the formations on the clockspring. All wiring leads from the clockspring must be routed correctly.

    3. Install the steering wheel damper onto the steering wheel in its original position.

    4.Install the steering wheel-to-steering shaft retaining nut. Torque the retaining nut to 45 ft. lbs. (61 Nm).

    5. Reconnect the horn switch wiring lead from the clockspring, onto the steering wheel horn switch wiring.

    6. If equipped with speed control, reconnect the speed control wiring from the clockspring onto the speed control switch.

    7. Install the wiring lead from the clockspring onto the air bag module. Make the wiring connection onto the air bag module, by pressing straight in on the connector. Be sure it is fully seated.

    8. Install the air bag module to the steering wheel and then install the 3 air bag module attaching nuts. Torque all 3 air bag module attaching nuts to 100 inch lbs. (11 Nm).

    9. When reconnecting the battery on a vehicle that has had the air bag removed, the following procedure should be used:
    a. Connect the DRB or equivalent scan tool, to the ASDM diagnostic 6-way connector.
    b. Turn the ignition key to the ON position. Exit the vehicle with the DRB, and install the latest version of the proper diagnostic cartridge into the DRB.
    c. Make sure there are no occupants in the vehicle and reconnect the negative battery cable.
    d. Using the DRB, read and record active or stored fault codes. Take appropriate actions to correct any faults.
    e. Erase stored fault codes. If problems remain, fault codes will not erase.
    f. From the passenger side of the vehicle, turn the ignition key to OFF and then ON , observing the instrument cluster air bag lamp. It should go ON for 6-8 seconds, then go out. This will indicate that the air bag system is functioning normally.


    WARNING If the air bag warning lamp fails to light, blinks ON and OFF or goes ON and stays ON, there is an air bag system malfunction.

    g.
    Test the operation of any steering column functions such as the horn, lights or speed control system.
    h.
    Road test vehicle. Be sure the speed control and steering systems are functioning properly

    Apr 24, 2011 | 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager

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    I have a 1996 Miata where the alarm system goes off no matter what I do to the secuirty switch on the steering column. It can be in the off position or on and open a door and the alarm contiues to go off....


    Check wires connections in ALARM WIRING DIAGRAM

    Also, its possible that this info helpfull:
    - Power Lock - TO DRIVERS DOOR ONLY, See DIAGRAM
    - Power Unlock - TO DRIVERS DOOR ONLY, See DIAGRAM

    Keepo us updated and send comments.

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    1998 dodge grand caravan turnnig lights don't work. How do i change multifunction switch and where is it? Mac


    Hi hope this helps you out.
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    REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

    See Figure 1


    0900c1528003c797.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gif Fig. Fig. 1: The turn signal (multi-function) switch is attached to the steering column by two screws

    CAUTION The Supplemental Inflatable Restraint (SIR) system must be disarmed before working around the air bag or SIR system wiring. Failure to do so may cause accidental deployment of the air bag, resulting in unnecessary SIR system repairs and/or personal injury.
    1. Disconnect and isolate the negative battery cable from the battery.
    2. In order to disarm the air bag system, allow the system capacitor to discharge for at least 2 minutes, before performing any removal procedures.
    3. Remove the upper and lower steering column shrouds.
    4. Disconnect the electrical connector from behind the combination switch.
    5. Remove the mounting screws securing the combination switch to the steering column adapter collar.
    6. Remove the combination switch from the vehicle.

    To install:
    1. Install the combination switch to the steering column adapter collar. Tighten the combination switch mounting screws.
    2. Reconnect the electrical connector to the combination switch.
    3. Install the upper and lower steering column shrouds and tighten the retaining screws.
    Reconnect the negative battery cable and check all functions of the combination switch for proper operation.
    Let me know if theres anything else I can help with. Thank You for using fixya.........iluv2fish........Ray.......

    Jul 23, 2010 | 1998 Dodge Grand Caravan

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    How do i remove the turn signal switch on a 2001 chevy impala


    Removal & Installataion
    1. Verify that the multifunction turn signal lever is in the center of the OFF position.
    2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    3. Disable the SIR (air bag) system. Refer to the Chassis Electrical Section.
    4. Remove the air bag module from the steering wheel.
    5. Remove the steering wheel.
  • Remove the upper and lower steering wheel trim covers using the following procedure.
    • Remove the tilt lever assembly.
    • Remove the two pan head tapping screws from the lower shroud.
    • Unlock the upper and lower shroud.
    • Remove the two Torx® head screws from the upper shroud.
    • Remove the upper shroud.
  • Remove the wire harness straps from the wire harness assembly and detach the wiring harness connectors from the switch side connectors.
  • Remove the two multifunction turn signal switch screws and remove the multifunction switch assembly from the vehicle.
  • To install:
    1. Install the multifunction switch to the steering column. Use a small flat-blade prytool to compress the electrical contact and move the multifunction turn signal switch into position. Verify that the electrical contact rests on the canceling cam. Install the screws and tighten to 62 inch lbs. (7 Nm).
    2. Route the wire harness along the steering column jacket assembly and secure into the wire harness strap. Install a new wire tie to the upper tilt head assembly and another lower along the wiring harness, as the original installation.
    3. Verify that the lever is in the center of the OFF position.
    4. Install the upper and lower steering column shrouds.
    5. Route the SIR connector through the steering wheel, align the scribe mark on the steering wheel made at removal, with the slash mark on the steering shaft and install the steering wheel. Install the steering shaft nut and torque to 30 ft. lbs. (41 Nm).
    6. Install the horn contact leads and the air bag connector to the back of the air bag. Make sure the CPA wedge is in place to secure the connector. Install the air bag by gently pushing on both the right and left sides of the air bag until the retaining springs engage.
    7. Enable the SIR system by connecting the yellow 2-way connector at the base of the steering column and installing the air bag fuse.
    8. Connect the negative battery cable. Test the horn, turn signals and headlight operation.

    Mar 06, 2010 | 2001 Chevrolet Impala

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    I need to install my cruise control switch on my steering wheel . How do I go about removing the back cover on the steering wheel?


    Removal & Installataion
    1. Verify that the multifunction turn signal lever is in the center of the OFF position.
    2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    3. Disable the SIR (air bag) system. Refer to the Chassis Electrical Section.
    4. Remove the air bag module from the steering wheel.
    5. Remove the steering wheel.
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    Exploded view of the shroud-type steering column showing shrouds, wiring and multifunction switch that includes the headlamp function

    1. Remove the upper and lower steering wheel trim covers using the following procedure.
    2. Remove the tilt lever assembly.
    • Remove the two pan head tapping screws from the lower shroud.
    • Unlock the upper and lower shroud.
    • Remove the two Torx® head screws from the upper shroud.
    • Remove the upper shroud.
    1. Remove the wire harness straps from the wire harness assembly and detach the wiring harness connectors from the switch side connectors.
    2. Remove the two multifunction turn signal switch screws and remove the multifunction switch assembly from the vehicle.
    To install:
    1. Install the multifunction switch to the steering column. Use a small flat-blade prytool to compress the electrical contact and move the multifunction turn signal switch into position. Verify that the electrical contact rests on the canceling cam. Install the screws and tighten to 62 inch lbs. (7 Nm).
    2. Route the wire harness along the steering column jacket assembly and secure into the wire harness strap. Install a new wire tie to the upper tilt head assembly and another lower along the wiring harness, as the original installation.
    3. Verify that the lever is in the center of the OFF position.
    4. Install the upper and lower steering column shrouds.
    5. Route the SIR connector through the steering wheel, align the scribe mark on the steering wheel made at removal, with the slash mark on the steering shaft and install the steering wheel. Install the steering shaft nut and torque to 30 ft. lbs. (41 Nm).
    6. Install the horn contact leads and the air bag connector to the back of the air bag. Make sure the CPA wedge is in place to secure the connector. Install the air bag by gently pushing on both the right and left sides of the air bag until the retaining springs engage.
    7. Enable the SIR system by connecting the yellow 2-way connector at the base of the steering column and installing the air bag fuse.
    8. Connect the negative battery cable. Test the horn, turn signals and headlight operation.
    1. Disable the SIR system.
    2. Remove the upper and lower trim covers.
    3. Remove the knee bolster.
      NOTE The abrasion sleeve located on the steering column wire harness assembly must be reinstalled. Make note of what connector is coming out of the abrasion sleeve for installation purposes.

    4. Remove the wire harness assembly from the wire harness strap.
    5. Disconnect the turn signal and multifunction switch assembly connector from the SIR system coil connector.
    6. Slide the 2 connectors of the turn signal and multifunction switch assembly out of the bulkhead connector.
    7. Remove the 2 pan head tapping screws and from the turn signal and multifunction switch assembly.
    8. Remove the turn signal and multifunction switch assembly from the steering column tilt head assembly.
    To install:
    NOTE Use the correct fastener in the correct location. Replacement fasteners must be the correct part number for that application. Fasteners requiring replacement or fasteners requiring the use of thread locking compound or sealant are identified in the service procedure. Do not use paints, lubricants, or corrosion inhibitors on fasteners or fastener joint surfaces unless specified. These coatings affect fastener torque and joint clamping force and may damage the fastener. Use the correct tightening sequence and specifications when installing fasteners in order to avoid damage to parts and systems.

    CAUTION Be sure that the electrical contact of the turn signal and multifunction switch assembly (2) rests on the turn signal cancel cam assembly.

    CAUTION The abrasion sleeve must be installed back onto the steering column wire harness assembly. The ignition lock cylinder case wires and connector must be hanging out of the middle of the abrasion sleeve.

    1. To install, reverse removal procedure.
    2. Tighten the following to specification.
      • Top pan head tapping screw: 27 inch lbs. (3 Nm).
      • Side pan head tapping screw: 62 inch lbs. (7 Nm).
    CAUTION When performing service on or near the SIR components or the SIR wiring, the SIR system must be disabled. Refer to SIR Disabling and Enabling . Failure to observe the correct procedure could cause deployment of the SIR components, personal injury, or unnecessary SIR system repairs.

    Dec 08, 2009 | 2005 Chevrolet Impala

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    Steering column is becoming loose on 1997 Buick Lesabre. I would like detailed instructions on removing the air bag module and steering wheel enouhg to get to where it needs to be tightened.


    Yes there are four bolts halfway down col. this removal procedure may help.REMOVE OR DISCONNECT
    1. Disable SIR System.
    2. Two screws at back of steering wheel.
    3. Position inflator module to gain access to wire connectors. Note wire routing for assembly reference.
    4. Push in and rotate horn contact lead counterclockwise, and remove from the steering column horn tower.
    5. Horn contact lead.
    6. Retainer (CPA) from SIR wiring connector.
    7. SIR wiring connector from inflater module.
    8. On models so equipped, disconnect steering wheel control switch connector.
    9. Inflater module. WARNING: When carrying a live inflator module, make sure bag and trim cover are pointed away from body. Never carry the Inflator module by wires or connector on underside of module. In case of an accidental deployment, bag will then deploy with minimal chance of injury. When placing a live inflator module on a bench or other surface, always face the bag and trim cover away from surface. Never rest a steering column on the steering wheel with inflator module face down and column vertical. This is necessary so that a free space is provided to allow air bag to expand in the unlikely event of accidental deployment. Otherwise personal injury may result.
    INSTALL OR CONNECT
    1. Steering wheel control switch connector it equipped.
    2. Retainer (CPA) to SIR wiring connector.
    3. Route horn contact lead to steering column tower; push lead into horn tower and rotate clockwise to locked position.
    4. Horn ground lead.
    5. SIR connector and retainer (CPA).
    6. Inflator module to steering wheel. Install top surface of module first to ease assembly and fit. Do not pinch any wires.
    7. Two screws through back of steering wheel to inflator module.
      • Tighten screws to 3 Nm (27 inch lbs.).
    1. Enable SIR system

    May 27, 2009 | 1988 Buick LeSabre

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    97 Nissan Quest - steering wheel buttons don't work


    probably the clock spring uner the steering wheel. It transfers voltage from the steering column to the steering wheel.

    Section 11-04: Steering Column 1997 Villager Workshop Manual
    REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Sliding Contact, Air Bag Removal
    1. svv~us~en~file=ani_caut.gif~gen~ref.gif WARNING: THE BACKUP POWER SUPPLY ENERGY MUST BE DEPLETED BEFORE ANY AIR BAG COMPONENT SERVICE IS PERFORMED. TO DEPLETE THE BACKUP POWER SUPPLY ENERGY, DISCONNECT THE BATTERY GROUND CABLE (14301) AND WAIT TEN MINUTES.
      Remove the steering wheel (3600). Refer to the procedure in this section.
    1. Match mark and tape in place the inner and outer elements of the air bag sliding contact.
    1. Remove the two steering column shroud screws and the lower steering column shroud (3530).
    1. Loosen the shifter boot and position the upper steering column shroud out of the way.




    1. Remove the three air bag sliding contact screws.




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    1. Disconnect the two lower air bag sliding contact electrical connectors.
    1. Remove the air bag sliding contact from the vehicle.

    Apr 27, 2009 | 1997 Nissan Quest

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    Need to check turn signal contacts in column,


    Best thing to do, honestly, is to purchase a chilton's or haynes manual when you are working around the air bags. Better safe than sorry.

    Mar 14, 2009 | 1992 Buick LeSabre

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