This is most likely the clock spring in the steering column. Chrysler had a recall on incorrectly wound clock springs. I would recommend taking it to a Chrysler dealer for confirmation.
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.
I suspect multiple problems. The blank or intermittent odometer problem is a common problem in the 2002 Ford Explorer. The ABS and airbag lights are most likely a different problem than the odometer problem. For complete information on the intermittent odometer problem, see http://www.odometer-repair.com .
It is telling you that there is a problem with the airbag system. It is not likely to suddenly inflate but it probably will not work in a crash. Also if the problem is in the module it may keep the other air bags from deploying as well. Need to have it checked out at your dealer.
It means there is likely a critical problem with the throttle control system. Take your car into a mechanic as soon as possible.
Most likely, yes. As long as what caused the horn to break did not affect the airbag system.
timing , burnt valve, fuel/carburation prob.....most likely a timing/ignition problem.
Will most likely have to consult a Chrysler dealer.
This would be an electrical issue, most likely it can be resolved by going to a mechanic and they can reset the component. It's just because the airbag was tampered with to some extent because of the service. Generally it can be as easy as changing a fuse. The airbag light stays on when there is a problem. Something may be unhooked or misassembled in the column if this happened after someone was working on it. The mechanic should repair the problem if he caused it.
The problem most likely is with the turn signal switch under the steering wheel. You didn't say so, but probably, the problem occurs more on one side (left) than on the other. It would be best to take your car to your local mechanic, especially if your car employs an airbag. It is much more involved than the average DIY person can do, not to mention the specialized tools needed for the job.
my airbags have been deployed and my seat belts are locked.What should I do
The most likely problem is the blower resistor located behind the glove box door.
Well, i had this problem. Most likely the ecu. Try pulling on the wires to see there is no short. That's what ford repair guy did started in no time cost me £60.
if the airbag warning light comes on it means most likely that your airbag system is faulty, it should be taken to a professional to be sorted out but often on mondeos it can be a yellow plug under the seat that needs removing being wiped/cleaned and plugged back in which can solve the problem, try this on both drivers seat and passengers seat, if it doesnt work take it to a dealer.
The airbag will most likely not deploy on a 1996 Toyota Tacoma is the front fender is removed. The airbag sensor is designed to detected a combination of speed and impact before deploying.
Prozac is intended to treat depression, but is also used to relieve hot flashes, therefore it is not suppose to cause what it is intended to treat. That being said, it is not likely.
It most likely does not have any.
Most likely a problem within the computer somewhere, take the vehocle to your local Chevrolet dealer, or mechanic and explain the problem.
Daimler Chrysler no longer exists. Daimler sold all their interest to Fiat. Chrysler is now Chrysler Group LLC.
Most Chrysler dealers have key machines. Your key most likely has a "chip" that requires programming.
Not likely. You are looking at 2 different vbody stlyes/generations.
A flashing check engine light indicates a "catalyst damaging" misfire. Do not drive while light is flashing. It can(or already has) cause damage to your catalytic converter which can be very expensive to replace. It is likely you have an ignition problem on one cylinder. Bad coil or wire or something like that. It is not uncommon for that to be an intermittent problem. Your check engine light only flashes when it detects the misfire is present at that time. The regular check engine light will remain on to remind you there is a problem that needs addressed.
It's most likely a broken clock spring. Does your horn work? If it doesn't, it's most definitely the clock spring. It's behind the airbag. From what I've been told, the airbag won't deploy, even in an accident.
It likely means that your airbag may malfunction (or not function at all) in an accident.