Question about Dodge Neon
Most likely the clock spring in your steering column. This allows current to pass through for the air bag, horn, and sometimes cruise control and on wheel sound system controls, while the steering wheel is turned. It's easy enough to change, but you MUST follow the directions in the manual, as accidental airbag deployment can certainly be fatal. If you don't have access to a steering wheel puller, and are not entirely comfortable with the suplemental inflatable restraint system, leave it to a pro.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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