either the clock spiral spring broke or the wiring got cut.
you have to remove the steering wheel to access it:
NOTE Rotating the steering wheel so that the access holes on the backside of the steering wheel are at the 12 and 6 O'clock positions will allow tool access and reduce the potential of marring the steering column.
Fig. Loosening the module retaining module-
Fig. . . . requires a Torx® head driver
- Disable the SIR system.
- Loosen the four screws from the back of the steering wheel until they are disengaged from the inflator module.
- Remove the inflatable restraint steering wheel module form the steering wheel.
Fig. Gently disengage the module from the wheel
Fig. The fasteners on the back of the module
- Disconnect the horn contact by pushing slightly and twisting counterclockwise.
Fig. Remove the Connector Position Assurance (CPA) clip
Fig. Detach the module electrical connector
- Unplug the connector position assurance (CPA) and coil assembly connector from the inflator module.
- Remove the steering column shaft nut.
- Using the special tool J 1859-03, pull the steering wheel.
Fig. The left and right side of the steering column
Fig. View of the horn lead (A) and inflator module electrical connector (B)-typical view
- Feed the coil assembly lead through slot in the steering wheel.
- Attach the steering wheel to the column shaft in the proper position.
- Tighten the column shaft nut to 30 ft. lbs. (41 Nm).
- Ensure the ignition switch is in the OFF position.
- Attach the horn contact to the steering column.
- Connect the coil assembly and the CPA to the inflator module.
- Install the inflator module to the steering wheel securing it with the four screws.
- Align the inflatable restraint steering wheel module to the steering wheel taking precautions so that no wires at the back of the inflator module get pinched during assembly. Tighten the bolts to 27 inch lbs. (3 Nm).
- Enable the SIR system.