No single fuse controls them. But they have the clockspring in common and there is a recall from Daimler Chrysler for this on 1996 to 1998 models. You state you have a 99 model. Go to the Dodge site and go to the owners section. Go to recall information. You'll need the last 8 characters of your VIN. Put them in and see if there was a recall for this on your model. If not, you will most likely be looking to replace the clockspring which connects the items in the steering wheel (horn, cruise and air-bag) to the rest of the electrical system. Seems to be a problem in Chrysler vehicles. I had the same problem. I removed the clockspring and disassembled. there was a minor break of the cable at the connector-pin area, but the major problem was evident only after unwinding. It was about 2 or 3 inches from the wire connections. I called O'reilly, they wanted $55.99 and it was instock. I didn't feel like driving 25 miles to town and spending that much, so i carefully fixed it myself. I would not recommend self repair to most people. You have to cut off the break area then scrap the coating off the new end. Then cut the material between the cable traces, then carefully solder.
It doesn't control anything. It is the connection for the cruise switches, horn switch, radio controls(if equipped) and airbag that allow the steering wheel to turn and there to still be a connection.
Yes, on a 1999 Subaru Forester, the ribbon wire for cruise control is inside of the steering wheel. The same ribbon also controls the horn.
The clockspring under the airbag is not connected or needs to be replaced! also the cruse control and radio controls in the steering wheel are probably not working
I have a 1999 Dodge Caravan: Just fixed June 12th,The Airbag light was staying on,the the horn went as well as the cruise control, It is called the CLUTHCH CLOCK that was replace on mine: It is located in your steering Wheel,Not a do it yourself job, It is where you airbag is, cost $129.99 for the part in Canada about an hours work if you know what your doing.
Steering wheel, passenger side of the dash, optional in front seats/
On the steering wheel by the airbag
only by replacing the whole airbag!
Hi Its behind the airbag inside the steering wheel. Lee Hi Its behind the airbag inside the steering wheel. Lee
if your airbag light is on and your horn doesn't work you most likely would have to change your clock spring for your airbag .then your speed control, horn and radio will work and the air bag light will go off.
If you mean the CONTROLS on the steering column (audio and cruise control buttons) are not working, there is a module buried deep within the steering column that allows the wiring from these controls (as well as the airbag) to maintain their connections to the vehicle circuitry even while the steering wheel is turning. It is called a "clockspring", and it's a bear to replace. Runs $350-500 at the dealer. This problem is very common to the LS.
i had the same problem, it's probably your clock spring. its under the steering wheel and it controls the horn, cruise control and airbag. it also could just be a bad sensor or something. Depends if ur cruise control and horn still work.
The engine computer controls the fuel and ignition systems, along with the ac compressor, alternator, and cruise control. The transmission computer controls the transmission. The abs computer does abs brakes. The airbag computer controls the airbag. Etc.
No, the airbag system, and the steering system are completely different. The airbag, in the centre of the steering wheel (i assume) can be replaced. Lets say for example, your vehicle has a crash, and the airbag is deployed, you will need to replace it, and then remove any fault codes from the airbag module (or ECU). If the airbag light is illuminated, but the airbag hasn't deployed, this indicates a general fault (which shouldnt be ignored) Personally id have this investigated by a trained technician, as an exploding airbag isn't something i'd like to be standing next to! SRS systems are complex and rely on a control module, its more electric than it is mechanical, replacing a steering column would just simply; replace the steering column...
Typically, replacing any factory steering wheel that has the airbag incorporated into it, with any type or brand of aftermarket steering wheel, the airbag diagnostic module will "see" that there is an airbag missing, and it will request an illumination of the airbag/srs warning lite...
center of the steering wheel, under the horn cover
under the passenger seat is the airbag controls.
It is the item under the steering wheel that provides the electrical connection to the airbag, horn, and cruise switches while allowing everyhing to turn.It is the item under the steering wheel that provides the electrical connection to the airbag, horn, and cruise switches while allowing everyhing to turn.
you have to take the airbag out first.
no it does not have a steering wheel
The airbag can not be reset and must be replaced if it has deployed.
Faulty air bag, see the dealer!!! It could also mean there is a faulty airbag clockspring, this is located in the hub of the steering wheel, and can cause an open circuit which allows the light to stay on. This is covered in a recall issued by Dodge. The horn and/or cruise control could also be affected. I know this because we recently (03/26) purchased a '99 Dodge Caravan. The airbag light was on. We then noticed that the horn was nonfunctional. After doing some research online I found information on the recall, it also mentioned that the cruise control. Lo and behold, the next time I drove it, the cruise control didn't work. I contacted my local Dodge dealer and the problem was fixed at no charge!! The airbag light is off, the horn and cruise control both work.
You don't have an airbag
The driver airbag is always located inside the steering wheel.Look at the steering wheel cover for the letters SRS or the word "AirBag".If the airbag does exist,you will see that written.
Depending on the year, there is a part under the steering wheel that controls the horn, cruise control, and maybe the airbag The dealer should replace it at no cost They wont tell you this though Tell them it was a recall because it is I know 1999 are covered by this recall
simply pull tha airbag fuse. remove the 4 torx head scres behind the airbag and remove airbag. unplug theelectrical connector. remove the big nut holding the steering whell. use a puller to remove the steering wheel.