Steering wheel controls

Discussion in 'KJ General Discussion' started by nohitter64, Nov 11, 2017.

  1. nohitter64

    nohitter64 Full Access Member

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    Will '02 steering wheel controls work on an '06? At junk yard What do I need to take?

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    Clock spring buttons and harness and back plate if you dont wanna cut out the openings in the steering wheel

    Edit...thats a maybe on the clockspring. Some liberty all had the same clock springs that had the pins for the steerinwheel controls and some do not it's best to take your steering wheel off and look at yours and compare it to a liberty that has them already

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    Thanks. That's what I took. If I don't need the clockspring I will post it I guess. $80 with most of that for the spring.

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    2002 KJ unlikely to have enough pins on the clock spring for stability control etc. which did not exist in 2002. Check how many leads you have on the connector coming out of the clock spring and once you remove the steering wheel the clock spring unwinds itself and you have to wind it a few times until a flag shows in the clear plastic section.

    I would simply buy a new clock spring which comes with all the pins and is shipped with a locating piece of plastic which you remove once it is fitted in place