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Confirm correct or incorrect operation of all or any steering wheel controls. If any of those are delinquent the clockspring located inside the steering wheel will need to be replaced. If the controls (if applicable) are all operational then the airbag module will need to be replaced. Remember to ALWAYS remove battery power and disconnect all power sources before servicing any airbags or related components. Good luck and be safe.

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