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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-13-2011, 11:54 AM Thread Starter
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electrical coil connector for saturn

anyone know the proper name for the ribbon coil connector thats behind a steering wheel that maintains the electrical connection for the air bag and horns and such

im working on my moms 97 saturn and its busted so her airbags and horn are inoperable

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hope you got the airbags disabled so it doesn't do bodily damage
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Check with your local GM dealer. You would hate to order a part for it, have it be wrong, and not able to return it due to it being an electrical part. I had a drawer full of "clock springs" at the shop I was a service manager at because wrong parts were ordered and I could not return them.
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I blame the parts guy, cuz they can't see the microfiche too good.
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And what did you microfiche say? I only know two fellas on this board that have their own machines, and I doubt you are one of them.
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i havent gone to a dealer yet, i was looking online for proper part nomencalture adn to get an idea what ill be looking at cost wise

ive got 2 plans anyways... dealer and junkyard as saturns seemed to be easy enough to source from

and no i dont have the airbags disabled, im working on a live system cause I like the danger, it gives me a rush, ive even got the engine running and a friend whacking the front bumber with a bat while im doing this

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And what did you microfiche say? I only know two fellas on this board that have their own machines, and I doubt you are one of them.
my microfiche doesn't talk.


I tossed my viewer in the garbage few years back because it was so old. I still have 100s of microfiche film.


it isn't hard to buy a used MF viewer.



anyway, back to the topic. I blame the parts guy for not being able to read a microfiche.
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TDS is actually right. It's called a clockspring. Dorman probably makes an aftermarket one for that car and they're not that expensive anyways. Don't put a junkyard one on.
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email adress? what model is it?

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ryan,

ill look up dormand and see, the junkyard is the fallback incase its not obtainable anymore

rich , got it thanks, it confirmed my hope that there is a airbag disconnect a little further down

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