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Eric, Automotive Repair Shop Manager
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Experience:  20+ yrs. experience as repair shop manager and technician.
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Working on a 2000 dodge town &country steering wheel

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working on a 2000 dodge town &country steering wheel problems started with cruse stopped working , than raido .than air bag issues , cant remember code but it referred to clock spring communication . replaced it regained radio control ,no cruse , left air bag fault now , checked vacc on cruse ,its good before replacing clock spring i did check switches in steering wheel i cleaned then checked with ohm meter can u shed any light on this problem thanks russ
Submitted: 1 month ago.
Category: Dodge
Expert:  Eric replied 1 month ago.


Just to be sure I am reading it correctly, after clockspring replacement, you have radio, but still no cruise control and airbag light is still on, correct?

Customer: replied 1 month ago.
that is correct
Expert:  Eric replied 1 month ago.


Ok, give me 10-15 minutes to go over the cruise control and driver airbag and clockspring diagrams.

Expert:  Eric replied 1 month ago.

Ok, at the left cruise control switch, with key on, do you have 12v at the white wire

Customer: replied 1 month ago.
we have 4.9 to 5 volts
Expert:  Eric replied 1 month ago.

OK, check voltage on red/light green wire and white wire at the clockspring and let me know voltages

Customer: replied 1 month ago.
4.9 as well
Expert:  Eric replied 1 month ago.

hmmm, I am not sure of the issue at this point so I will opt out and see if another expert may know of the issue. IF one does, they will post here to you