Question about 2000 Dodge Neon
Posted by Anonymous on
The first thing to check would be the fuses, if all the fuses are good then i would take a look at the clockspring, the clock spring is located inside the steering column and its job is to hold the connections from air bag and horn and other steering components, its like a lot of wires in a tape measure, the wires pull in and out as the wheel is truned, this sounds like this is the problem , heres a picture to help explain it, hope this helps. sorry the plug with arrow is wrong picture, its the colr one thats the right one..
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