Illuminated of the airbag warning light may be caused by a lost connection between the clockspring (behind the steering wheel) and the steering wheel-mounted electrical components. Other steering wheel-mounted controls like the horn, speed (cruise) control, or radio controls (if equipped) may be inoperative. There is a lifetime warranty on the clockspring as specified in a combination of recall campaigns. For more information on these recalls please us the following links; 1996-1998 models, please click here». For 1998-2000 models, please click here»Google+
Car Problem Reports
Plymouth Grand Voyager Airbag Light Due to Lost Connection Between Clockspring and Electrical Components
Plymouth Grand Voyager Problem
Average Mileage: 172,087 mi (60,000 mi - 265,000 mi)
installed new clock spring but it happened again
Visitor, 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager, 180,000 mi
I bought the car used (as is) in March, 2011 with approx. 108,000 miles on it from a used car dealership. At the time of purchase the airbag light was lit, the cruise control didn't function, nor the horn worked. The air vents were also stuck in a defrost position. I asked then for the problem with the airbag light and the vents to be fixed. The used car business was unable to fix the airbag light as the mechanic thought it was an electrical problem he could not trace but assured me the airbags worked fine. He did unstick the vents and I was ok with it until my husband, who doesn't drive my car often, used the setting for defrost/body. Now my vents are stuck again. I had no idea there was a recall until now while looking for a schematic to see the layout of the air vents. I haven't gotten a car fax or anything so I don't know if this car has had any repairs for this in the past. Since purchasing the car, I have talked about fixing the problem but have lived with it due to my work schedule and lack of money. Will this spring make the airbags malfunction is my biggest worry now. I was a dumb bunny for listening to the mechanic!! Anyway, thank you for the info. This is my first Chrysler. It has been and still is an excellent used vehicle for its age and current mileage of 180,000. I would definitely look for another used one or consider a new one if the price is affordable for me!
Visitor, 2000 Plymouth Grand Voyager, 255,935 mi
Air Bag Light on, no Cruise Control, no Horn.
Visitor, 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager, 99,500 mi
clockspring failed on 1998 Grand Voyager Expresso (Air Bag light on, horn didn't work). I wasn't aware of recall and had my local garage make repair. I later contacted Chrysler, who refused to cover this, stating that the issue was my turn signal switch (which the mechanic stated was brittle and broke during the clockspring replacement, not teh other way around). This nonsense is why why I no longer by Chryslers.
Visitor, 1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager
Airbag light is on and cruise control and horn no longer work.
air bag light is always on, the cruise control doesn't work or the horn... not fixed yet any ideas?