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Clock spring or fuse???

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Old 12-05-2018, 11:38 PM
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I got a 2012 chrysler 300 limted and after getter the starter replaced now my horn and steering column buttons arent working. Also the air bag light is now on. Do you think its a fuse or the clock spring? I cant seem to find the clock spring for my year does anyone have the part number
 
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Steering column ground?
 
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Originally Posted by dcotter0579 View Post
Steering column ground?
weres that located? Havent check that
 
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