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My 2006 Jetta horn will not work. Also, the radio and display controls on the steering wheel quit working. Any ideas? I checked all the fuses and no blown fuses.

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This is most likely a wiring issue in the steering column.  I advise you not to attempt to repair this on your own unless you are an experienced mechanic.  If you do be very cautious as the airbag wiring runs through there and can be a very dangerous mistake.

Posted on Oct 24, 2008

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SOURCE: 1999 toyota corolla Horn doesn't work.

Usually the wire from the steering wheel is Green w/Red and the wire to the horn from the fuse box is White. There is only one fuse, sometimes shared with the emergency lights. Check to see if there is power to the horn itself with a volt meter.

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

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Replace the Clock spring. It is mounted behind steering wheel. It alows electrical connection while the wheel turns.

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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SOURCE: Horn, cruise control, and radio controls on steering wheel do not work ?

The clockspring behind the steering wheel is possibly defective or unplugged. It is the one and only component that all of your symptoms have in common.

Posted on Apr 27, 2009

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SOURCE: 97 Jetta GLS - Horn honks when I turn the wheel to the left

sounds like there is something in the wrong place in the horn button. it makes contact when you turn left just as if you had pushed the horn button. i wonder does your airbag light ever come on, i mean not just in the startup sequence, that's normal. probably you need to take the horn button part of the steering wheel apart and get things back in the right place or maybe replace some parts, but because of the airbag being right there too it's not something i would recommend that you do yourself. accidentally setting off an airbag is not a good thing.

Posted on May 25, 2009

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I have a 2006 chrysler sebring 2.4L i checked the relay and fuse but no sound i push the steering wheel horn it steal wont work but it clicks. Have any idea what else it could be?


At the proper fuse, did you check for voltage at the fuse circuit, hot all the time. For the horn relay in the picture, pin 8 is hot all the time. If you use proper jumper wire between pin 8 and pin 10, the horn should sound. If it does, have to check coil/control side of relay, voltage and ground.
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I would suspect an underhood fuse, the steering wheel clock spring, or a wiring problem. It's cheap to triple check all the fuses. The other two will require some troubleshooting to figure out. Since the horn works with the keyless entry, the relay, the horn, and its control wiring seem to be ok.

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I have a 2006 volkswagen passat v6 and i'm getting a airbag fault message when i turn on the car. My horn along with my steering wheel controls for the radio and menu settings are not working. The


Nope. Sorry to tell you there is no such thing as "just a fuse". Even if there IS a blown fuse involved, I can promise you that the fuse did not CAUSE the problem. Fuses do not cause electrical circuit problems - Electricl circuit problems cause blown fuses. This may sound trivial, but unless you can understand this simple "cause and effect", you will spin your wheels for days trying to figure out any electrical problems in your vehicle. Don't feel bad, probably 95% of the motoring public does not quite understand this....you are with the MAJORITY.

With all that said, you most likely have a broken contact assembly (also sometimes called "clockspring") in your steering column. This is the part that allows the electrical connections to be made at the steering wheel while at the same time, allowing the steering wheel to be turned around in circles. (See "A" in the diagram below.)

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On most cars, the clockspring is available as a separate piece. However, according to the information I have available, the steering column on your VolksWagen is serviced only as a COMPLETE unit. Only the steering wheel, airbag module, and ignition lock cylinder can be transfered. So, you might be in for an expensive repair.


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Do you get a click when you press the button? The relay should be audibly clicking if it's working.
If it is clicking then I'd check the horn itself, might be bad or have loose connection. If no clicking sound at all then I'd suspect bad relay or fuse (if it has a dedicated one), also possibly bad switch.

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What you have is a bad clock spring, steering wheel will have to be remove to replace. if radio still work's, then fuse is ok bad clock spring.

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It's your clockspring. It's inside your steering wheel, underneath the airbag. Controls the electrical connection to your airbag and horn.

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sounds like something wasn't hooked back up properly

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