i can do the same at the horn i guess?I would use a multimeter to test for broken continuity through the old clock spring before dropping a couple hundred bucks on a new one.
i can do the same at the horn i guess?
i'll google continuity test. i really should finally figure this out.
actually the battery is out. do you mind if i just ask you a couple questions about how to test continuity at the horn for starters?
then also the cable?
for the horn i need to hook the battery up again? but i have the airbag off. this part i find confusing. i guess as long as the battery is off when the airbag goes on and off i have nothing to worry about?
here are the instructions on the SRS system for 95-97.hi WCBlueSky. thanks a TON for this.
i have the fluke documentation printed out here and never took the time to do an actual continuity test. so i can pull it out and reread it. tomorrow. for some reason Ohm reading throws me because i always have to remember what 0 and 1 mean but i guess if i get a reading i know it is transmitting voltage (?) and that it is not totally broken or grounded? then at that point i could go in to see if it is "transmitting" (or "reading"?) the correct Ohm reading?
anyway i am also going to try to leverage this into understanding more electrical. so if anyone has any help on finding the coil and being able to read these from the FSM (they seems the most pertinent?) i'd love to get a little help with these if possible. from what i remember a connector is a rectangle. not totally sure what that clock could spring should look like though.
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i looked it up in the partsouq fiche and posted the results. you were kind enough to say "The correct substitution part would be 84306-24010."If you can't figure out how to find the correct part, maybe you also shouldn't be messing with your airbag.
hey man. lots of lurkers here apparently.What about post #13 in this thread?
That I don't know. I don't have a Lexus, so I'm not sure if a Toyota part number always equals a Lexus part number.ALSO, i have phone controls on this steering column and i started to wonder if there is other stuff in the lexus steering wheel that means i need to order the lexus part for some reason.
thank you. appreciate your helping me get my head around it all.That I don't know. I don't have a Lexus, so I'm not sure if a Toyota part number always equals a Lexus part number.