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I am looking for a clock spring for the steering wheel, because my horn and cruise control are not working and my fuses are fine. Where can I find one?

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You can find them at your local Chrysler dealer, or your Local NAPA will be able to get them if they do not have them in stock. You can also check the other parts stores in your area.

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