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96 caravan air bag light stays on

96 dodge caravan 3L motor stays on

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Clock spring in steering column. could be recall item

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I'm sure it is the clock spring. just had mine replaced on a recall, after the horn failed and the one night would not turn off. Had to pull the horn fuse ( under the steering colm ) so I could drive the car.

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Clock spring is knackered

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You did check all your fuses didn't you? Blown fuse will cause light to come on.

Posted on Aug 16, 2008

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