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Old 03-10-2013, 06:07 PM
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Airbag/CC/horn wiring

Ok so i replaced ny clock spring for the sole purpose of cruise control.

My airbag lights officially off and horn works but my cruise control wont.

Heres the kicker my horn doesnt turn off, before the clock spring replacment it didnt work other than the key chain controler....cruise control also doesnt work but guy i bought it from swears up and down it did work before he punched the steering wheel. Dumb i know

And heres were it gets tricky......the new clock spring had the wrong plug adapter on it that goes under the dash the one with 6 prongs so i swapped the old with new and being stupid didnt take note on what wire goes in what hole, does anyone have a wiring diagram depicting this? I know the two place wires go on the top were the key holes line up but the other 4 i might have mixed up.

Im deathly afraid of the airbag going off once battieres are reconnected if i fudge with it an swap them around.

I truely careleas about the horn, my airbag lights now off but with no cruise control i cant have that with 15 hr drives back home when on leave.

So if someone has a diagram on this it would help me a ton.

Thank you
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Old 03-11-2013, 06:22 PM
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Was your airbag flashing when you first started the truck like mine is ?
Was it hard to change the clock spring.
Sorry I was not able to help you .
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Old 03-11-2013, 06:33 PM
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No it was steady.

Clock spring was a walk in the park just need torque bit and pulley puller other than that its truelly nothing special or hard at all jast remember to disconnect both battieries or risk the airbag knocking you out cold really violently haha

Oh and just get the clock spring from the dealership and shed the tears of overpaying after you leave because so far buying online has done nothing but screw me with the wrong part.
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Old 03-12-2013, 03:33 AM
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Thanks.
Mine starts blinking when I start the stuck and then comes on steady after about 2min.
People have said that it is ether the seat belt latch of the clock spring.

Thanks again and good luck.
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