Question about 2006 Dodge Dakota
The most likely reason is the clock spring it controls the cruise the air bag the horn check if all of that is working but most likely the problem is the clockspring. I do not recommend changing it youself b/c of the chance of injury from airbag if it blows.
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
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