My horn no longer works, the steering radio controls no longer work, my airbag light is on. I have a bad clockspring. The dealer wants $650 to install new. I found a complete steering column with clockspring included for $65 locally
The used clockspring in the junkyard steering column is not centered so I have no idea how off center it is. I have removed it from the steering column and am ready to start the re-centering procedure
Printed on the clockspring is a procedure for re-centering, to me these instructions are confusing so I'm posting here to get some help understanding how to accomplish this re-centering procedure. Below is a picture of the clockspring and the instructions printed on it.
I've read posts of people saying they have damaged the clockspring by over rotating it. I don't want to do that, supposedly the internals of these clockspring components are delicate.