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Air bag light stays on and horn and cruise won't work, changed out clock spring and it didn't help

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Hi

It sounds like you have two faults

firstly its not uncommon for the air con and horn to share a main fuse, not a small fuse inside the cab but there should be some bigger ones under the hood. I do not know the exact location, sorry.

The air bacg light will be unrelated and you would have to get the dealer to turn the light off on a machine.

Hope this helps
Regards
Dan

Posted on Nov 07, 2010

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