The airbag hairspring of a car actually refers to a variable length connection connecting the airbag on the steering wheel, because the airbag is installed in the steering wheel. If it is an ordinary line connection, the rotation of the steering wheel can cause the line to break and cause the airbag to fail to detonate. . Therefore, hairsprings are installed in this section of the line.
Function: Clock spring(clockspring) is a device that contains a wound-up wire (ribbon cable) inside and allows the air-bag, horn, and steering wheel buttons to stay connected as the steering wheel is rotated as you turn the steering wheel left and right.
Symptom: Clock springs fail frequently on all makes and, as a result, cause the airbag light or SRS light to come on. Here is a list of some of the most common problems you may experience when the clock spring fails:Airbag light is on; Horn doesn't work; The cruise control switch does not work ; Steering wheel buttons don't work .
Fit For the Following Models
Ford Excursion with Cruise Control Clock Spring 2000-2001
Ford Expedition with Cruise Control Clock Spring 1999-2002
Ford F150 Heritage Truck with Cruise Control Clock Spring 2004
Ford F150 Truck with Cruise Control Clock Spring 1999-2003
Ford F250 Super Duty Truck with Cruise Control Clock Spring 1999-2001
Ford F350 Super Duty Truck with Cruise Control Clock Spring 1999-2001
Ford F450 Truck with Cruise Control Clock Spring 1999-2001
Ford F550 Truck with Cruise Control Clock Spring 1999-2001
Ford F750 Truck with Cruise Control Clock Spring 2000-2003
Package Includes: 1x Clock Spring Coil