All electrics on the column are now dead

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by Siggy, Apr 3, 2004.

  1. Siggy

    Siggy Guest

    I have a 1998 Plymouth Voyager that appears to have a problem with the
    electrics on the steering column. All of the sudden the airbag light came
    on, the cruise control and horn stopped working. Wipers still work. I'm
    thinking maybe these are all on the same wiring harness and maybe it came
    unplugged or one of the wires has worn through somehow? Can anyone confirm
    this possibility or provide a suggestion? Thanks

    Robert
     
    Siggy, Apr 3, 2004
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  2. Siggy

    RPhillips47 Guest

    Sounds like it could be your clockspring. There is a recall on this - B24. The
    clockspring went out on my '96 T&C LXi (airbag light stayed on, cruise control
    and horn stopped working) before the recall and I paid to have it fixed. After
    the recall I submitted the bill to Chrysler and was reimbursed for the full
    amount I had paid. When it was recently in the shop I asked them to do a recall
    search on my VIN. The dealer/service department that replaced it originally did
    not indicate they had so it was replaced again at no charge.

    RP
     
    RPhillips47, Apr 3, 2004
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  3. Siggy

    mic canic Guest

    there is a recall on this issue so you need to call your local dealer to see if
    it applies to your van they can tell you over the phone or send me your vin and
    i can run it and tell you
     
    mic canic, Apr 4, 2004
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