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Old 02-11-2019, 02:40 PM
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If anyone can v find this part for me I will post you plus the money to ship it! What I need is the wheel harness that goes to the steering wheel cruise control buttons and audio buttons then goes to the clock spring. I also need the clock spring lol
here are the vehicles that will work
98-01 Ram
99-00 Durango
99-00 Dakota
 
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Does the steering wheel crossover too?
 
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Does the steering wheel crossover too?
Yes same wheel and clockspring. I just need the wheel harness but if it's cheap enough pull the wheel and clockspring I don't need the airbag. Those are for pussies
 
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Probably easier to find good wheels in the SUVs than the trucks... How much work is it to pull that harness out of the column?
 
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Probably easier to find good wheels in the SUVs than the trucks... How much work is it to pull that harness out of the column?
2 (8mm bolts I think) on the back of the steering wheel to remove the air bag. Then unplug the cruise and radio buttons then unplug it from the clockspring. The wires for the cruise and radio buttons should go into a 4 pin plug. Like I said 1999-2000 Durango or Dakota all will interchange
 
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2 (8mm bolts I think) on the back of the steering wheel to remove the air bag. Then unplug the cruise and radio buttons then unplug it from the clockspring. The wires for the cruise and radio buttons should go into a 4 pin plug. Like I said 1999-2000 Durango or Dakota all will interchange
They're 10mm on the airbag, but what I'm asking is how bad is that cable fished through the column... Or am I just going to pull the column and hand it to you to deal with
 
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Originally Posted by fj5gtx View Post
They're 10mm on the airbag, but what I'm asking is how bad is that cable fished through the column... Or am I just going to pull the column and hand it to you to deal with
It unplugs right at the clockspring steering wheel side shouldn't even have to take the column shroud off
 

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