Question about 1999 Plymouth Voyager
The cruise control will not work , also the horn and air bag . I checked the fuses and they loock ok.
Ck with a dodge dealer,, they had a recall on the clock springs,,, they can tell you if your has been replaced or not,,,i had to have my done
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
I guess the cruise control buttons are located on the steering wheel...
You have a bad clockspring (contact reel in the steering wheel), all the mentioned items (wheel mounted cruise buttons, horn buttons, airbag) are run through it.
Where the wheel is able to turn a couple of turns on either side, normal wires could not be setup to withstand this. The clockspring (contact reel) is a flat wire wound up to be able to withstand the rotation.
They are not an item I would recommend replacing by yourself, where airbag systems have a procedure which must be followed to make sure you don't accidentally deploy the bag and cause serious injury.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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