Um, I think the steering is referring to the steering WHEEL? If so, the wire is likely to the horn. Does the horn work? What about the speed control? If I've missed the mark entirely, Then I suggest that where ever the wire is, there's probably something not working because of it's not being where it should be. Try to make everything in the car work. If your car is like most peoples' then at least one thing doesn't work and never has, and ain't about to start. If your vehicle falls into this category, then you're left with determining if the wire is a hot wire or a ground. If it's a hot wire, then it's supposed to be going somewhere specific and you should use the length of the wire, it's position in relation to other connectors (if present), and even any bends or twists in the wire which might serve to indicate that it has spent a long time in one set position, to determine where it might go. You mentioned a clip--this might be so the wire can move a little once attached where it should go. If it's a ground wire, simply strip it (if it's shielded--if it's not shielded then it's definitely a ground wire), and loop it around the nearest structural member or fastener. A way to tell if it's a hot wire is to try and trace it back to it's source. It very likely is a hot wire, as most grounding functions outside of the dashboard components are served through structural grounding to the body or frame through the device's own attachment points. Another way to find out if it's hot--but will only work if the whole circuit is closed--is to use a multi-meter. Be aware that if a fuse is out, the car needs to be on, needs to be in (or out) of gear, the wire is broken inside the insulation, the computer is malfunctioning, the controlled component is bad or any of a hundred other things, this may not work. Could it be a ground strap? See if there is a metal seam nearby (for body panels, etc) where the clip could reach... Cheers!
It is directly behind the steering column; when you open the hood, it is in the far back right attached to the firewall. it is about 10 inches in diameter and has a reservoir attached to it, very hard to miss.
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You should be 10 inches... For safety reason.
Lower the steering colunm. the ignition switch is located on the top of the steering column about 6 inches from the firewall.
"4 x 6" has no units attached to it, and thus cannot be converted into inches.
Decorators I work with say 30 inches.
hanging from the floor when i stand up? well Viagra helps
I was under the impression the switch was on the steering column about 18 inches from the floor. The lock assy is under the steering wheel.
around 7 inches including the attached eraser
about 40 to 42 inches with the head attached
The Mitsubishi power steering dipstick in most trucks is located to the left of the engine. There is no color to let you know that's what it is. It is about 3 inches above the container which holds the power steering fluid.
McHenry County College "Defensive Driving Course Test": 12 to 15 inches.
The first is on page 28 about two inches from the top pointing up and down along the window frame. The second is at the top of page 29 attached sideways to the yellow strings holding the hanging flower pot.
you would only want about 3 to 5 inches hanging off
The appendix is attached to the colon. It attaches at the cecum of the colon, which is a puch or saclike area in the first two to three inches at the beginning of the colon.
12 to 15 inches
12 inches or more.
To allow for steering and suspension movement.