|05-14-2010 09:33 PM|
Here is a good video that show how you can break it if you don't install it correctly.
YouTube - Airbag Systems How a Clock Spring Works
Also it is not a hard job at all. Just have to remove the steering wheel for it. Here is how to do it step by step.
|05-14-2010 09:26 PM|
Mine has been on ever since I installed a new stearing column about a year or so ago. Banipal, you mentioned the clockspring. Is that something that could have been damaged during the install? I say this because I remember reading something recently that mentioned if the steering wheel is turned when the shaft isn't connected that it could break the clockspring.....or something like that. Can't remember exactly what I read but I'm pretty sure thats what it said. Does that sound right? Also, is it hard to check the clockspring and replace it if necessary or is it a delicate/fragile job?
Edit: Not trying to hijack dirk, figured some answers to my questions may be enlightening for you and/or anyone else with the similar problem. :-)
|05-14-2010 09:06 PM|
Mine has been ON for a long time as well ... checked everything but didn't find anything loose. I am wondering if it is my clockspring. I am going to take it out one of these days and see if it is bad. Will update you here ...
Did you check your clockspring yet?
|05-14-2010 07:46 PM|
airbag light problem.... still!!
has anyone found the fix for the airbag light?? i have searched forever! my light is always on! i have disconnected the battery, tried finding loose connections, messed with the passenger airbag on/off switch! its still there and it really bugs