Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by MattScatt425, Dec 18, 2017.
If so, free recall, safety oriented clock spring.
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So from what I have read. If the spiral cable goes out the horn, airbag light and cruise control won't work? Where is the relay located?
Here. This should help.
Why only these years? Toyota uses the same on all the truck
My airbag light isn't on
Did you ever try your horn to the battery like @OR17TRD said? Maybe it’s a lot simpler repair than the spiral cable.
I need to get some jumper cables before I try that
Are the fuses good? Wiring corroded or messed up?
It’s easy for the wiring to get messed up and corroded where the horn is located in the Tacoma.
Hopefully this is another simple repair like your last one!
Yeah fuses are good. Replaced it just in case. I will look harder tomm. Yea I sure hope so! I'm just waiting to pull the trigger on the spiral cable..
I figured it out. The spiral cable is bad. Turned the steering wheel and the horn worked. Horn doesn't work with the steering wheel centered
So my next question is. Should I buy a cheap clock spring off ebay? Or a Used OEM one? Or brand new? Thanks guys
My friends mom in high school had a car and when she would make a left hand turn it would start honking it wouldn’t work any other time, so we would hang out the windows and wave every time she would turn left haha. People be staring.
If it was me I’d get an OEM. Or at least one that’s made by a reputable company. lol. Maybe even salvage yard.
Would you go with a Used OEM?
I think you’d be ok with one. Typically they last longer than the truck itself.
Absolutely. You’d be fine.
Figured I would call Toyota corporate and ask if they would help. Said no but if there is a recall for the 2012 model they will reimburse me hahaha. Toyota is a joke sometimes.
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