Plymouth Voyager

What type of work is done to affect your cruise control and horn not to work?

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2011-09-13 15:05:15
2011-09-13 15:05:15

There is a part called a clock spring located in the dash board and it controls both the horn and the cruise control. I had it replace on my Plymouth voyager and they both work fine now. There was a RECALL for airbags which fixes this very problem - they should fix it for you

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Damaged clockspring coil? check your fuse it works the cruise control, horn and cigar lighter


if cruise control and horn aren't working...i bet it's the clock spring..check if there is a recall on it


I'm not a mechanic / technician but it sounds like a problem with the clockspring inside the steering wheel column cover if the horn and the cruise control does not work ( the clockspring allows you to turn the steering wheel without pulling the wiring connections to your horn and cruise control switches mounted in your steering wheel )


Check 15 amp fuse "R" in the fuse box. It appears that the horn relay feeds part of the cruise control system.



If you have no horn and cigarette lighter, its a fuse.


If the car is equipped with cruise control the on/off switch in mounted to the steering wheel, left side of the horn


The horn fuse is under the hood next to the battery. It also controls the power to the steering wheel's cruise control buttons. The fuse is 10 amp.


The horn relay and the cruise control steering wheel switch are powered from the same fuse. Check fuse #44 at the inside fuse panel under the dash.


The cruise control relay on a 1994 F150 is operated by a switch behind the horn pad and airbag on the steering wheel. The switch will probably need replacement if the cruise control in your vehicle is malfunctioning.


The fuse for the cruise control on a 1998 Nissan Sentra is at the Number 22 spot in the fuse box. This is a 10 Amp. fuse that also controls the horn and steering switch. if the horn still works, check the speed sensor on the transmission or the cruise control module on the carburetor.


Answerdouble check all you fuses ==========================================================I'm not a mechanic / technician but if your HORN and CRUISE CONTROL stoppedworking at the same time , it sounds like the CLOCKSPRING inside yoursteering wheel column cover* the clockspring allows you to turn the steering wheel without disconnecting the wiring connection to your horn and cruise control buttons


I'm not a mechanic / technician but if your horn and cruise control stopped working at the same time , it might be the clock-spring inside your steering wheel column cover . The clockspring allows a person to turn the steering wheel while still maintaining the electrical connections to your horn and cruise control buttons


The clockspring is the electrical connection under the steering wheel. If it is broken the horn and cruise switches are no longer part of the circuit.


It could be a bad horn fuse. I think it's a 15 amp fuse. It could also be a problem with the cruise control module. Does the cruise control work (assuming you have a CC)?


If not working, check the horn 15amp fuse. when the horn doesn't work, neither does the criuse control.


The clock spring allows you to turn the steering wheel without disconnecting the wiring to the cruise control buttons and horn in your steering wheel If your horn and cruise control don't work the clockspring is probably broken ( P.S. I'm not a mechanic / technician but my money would be on that guess )


A clockspring controls the air bag, cruise control and the horn. I had mine replaced. On a Grand Caravan Dodge.


You need too change the clock spring in the steering wheel. MY 2001 sebring had the same problem, changed it now it's ok. Horn and cruise control works now./


If you have a Ford F series truck, it depends whether you have cruise control or not. No cruise, no relay. Cruise has the relay at the core support on drivers side on most vehicles.


the horn is located on the steering wheel along with the accel set button and cruise control button.


If you mean the warning light, This is done with a scan tool with the appropriate program. It should be noted however, that the light will turn on again if the problem is not located and fixed. If the horn also doesn't work as well as the cruise control, my money would be on a bad clockspring. The clockspring located in the steering column provides ground for the airbag,horn and cruise control.



It could Did your cruise control stop working also




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