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post #1 of 3 Old 11-30-2013, 07:49 PM Thread Starter
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superduty four wheel drive issue

Hey guys. I'm new to the site, but glad to be a part of the Powerstroke community.

I have a '99 Superduty and have a couple issues i believe are related to a bad clock spring...these issues are the airbag light stays on and flashes a code 32, the horn doesn't function when pushing on the steering wheel assy., and the cruise control won't come on at all.

My question is this; would a bad clock spring have any relation to the shift on the fly four wheel drive system engaging? I had a bad transfer case shift motor (high resistance...motor was getting real hot). I found a blown 7.5 amp fuse in the fuse box under the hood and replaced it, but still have no indicator lights when I switch from 2 wheel to 4 wheel high or low. I don't have a wiring diagram, but am wondering if my cruise control circuit which is tied into the brake curcuit is out because of the bad clock spring...would this have anything to do with the electronic four wheel shift circuit?
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can't say for sure but it wouldn't surprise me if the t case motor wouldn't be sent the command to move if you had issues

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Thanks Zmann. I need to find out if the four wheel drive shift switch at the dash gets powered either directly or iindirectly from the steering column clock spring. Any ideas?
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