You need to remove the steering wheel and part of the steering column to access the switch. Since you have an airbag, I recommend having a certified tech do it, but if you cannot, make sure to disconnect the battery at least thirty minutes prior to working around the airbag. Remove the steering wheel (you will need a steering wheel puller). Once it is removed, you should have access to the switch assembly. Check for power in to the switch and out. If there is power in and not out, the switch is bad.
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Saturday, January 22nd, 2011 AT 5:19 PM