Question about 1998 Chevrolet Corvette
Yes the problem is under the horn pad where the carbon brush is ,it is not part of the airbag so its not a expensive repair ,disconnect battery and then remove the airbag to gain access to the nut that holds the steering wheel on ,then under that is a carbon brush that connects to the underside of the steering wheel ,something is wrong here thats all not a difficut thing to work out .If you do it yourself then make sure battery is disconnected ,you wear a crash helmet and the bodywork of the car is earthed to ground and no artificial type clothing that can build up static is worn only cotton .And not forgetting best of british ,but honest its not difficult to sort out
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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