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Air Bag Clockspring

What is the clock spring in an airbag?


An air bag clockspring is a part in your steering wheel that contains a spirally wound flat ribbon. Your AirBag Clock spring is an essential component of your car, truck or SUV's air bag system.

When your air bag clockspring is bad, it can leave you without cruise control and a functioning horn. But more importantly, this will make the car's safety features unusable like the airbag!

If you want to get these important features back in place so that they work properly again then order from PartsGeek today with quality OE-grade parts sourced from top brands for durability. We have everything ready to ship right now which means fast shipping time too! If your vehicleís most crucial feature - its working airbags - are compromised by a malfunctioning part on the dashboard called the ďair bag clock springs," donít worry because we at Parts Geek got what you need: high grade replacement parts.

Symptoms of a Broken or Faulty Airbag Clock Spring


1. Your Vehicles Airbag Warning Light Comes On
2. Steering Wheel Buttons Wonít Work
3. Horn Functions Intermittently
4. You Get Steering Wheel or Traction Control Warning Light
5. Airbags Don't Work at All

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Dorman Air Bag Clockspring - for 1994 Ford F150 - 525-200 Click to Enlarge
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Tech Tip: 6 Practical Tips to Avoid Common Airbag Injuries

Airbags are designed to protect your head and upper body during a car crash, thus saving your life. However, sometimes they deploy so quickly due to some malfunctions and cause severe injuries instead of protecting you.

Although your airbag is completely functional and doesnít have any flaw, it can still cause you serious damage, whether youíre in the driver seat or not.

Common Airbag Injuries and Reasons Behind Them

When the airbag deploys after a car crash, your head, arms, neck, and upper body parts come into contact with it leaving those parts susceptible to injury.

Some of the common injuries caused by airbags include chemical burns, asthma attacks, rib fractures, cardiac and pulmonary complications, internal bleeding, eye injuries, among others.

But, why and how can an airbag cause you injury when itís supposed to save your life?

One of the most common reasons behind an airbag malfunction is having a defective clock spring, which can sometimes make the airbags deploy quickly with huge force.

Apart from that some other factors that can cause an airbag injury are a failure to deploy, improper car seat securing, spontaneous inflation, close proximity to the dashboard, etc.

How to Prevent Injuries

While you may not avoid all accidents, you can actually reduce your chances of injury. The following tips will help you to keep yourself and other passengers in the car safe during a car crash.

Wear Seatbelts

Most of the airbag-related injuries occur when a driver or a passenger is too close to the dashboard.

Wearing a seatbelt can save you from severe injuries and even death when a car crash occurs. It will tighten your head and body from jerking, keeping them away from the area from where the airbag deploys.

Fastening a seatbelt while driving will not only save you from injuries but also save you some hefty fines since itís a law in almost everywhere across the world.

Check if You Have Faulty Airbag Clocksprings & Repair

Since itís one of the major causes of airbag injuries, you must always check if this part is working properly and take proper measures. You will start to experience different problems while driving when the clock spring is affected.

Common signs you have faulty clockspring include:

Airbag Light is On

You will find the airbag light on when the clock spring is faulty. It will also cause the entire system to shut down when that happens.

Horn Wonít Work

The horn will simply stop working when thereís an issue with the clockspring. No matter how much you press the horn, it will not comply.

Noise from The Steering Wheel

Whenever you try to turn the steering wheel, you will hear a rubbing noise as if the wheels are getting pressed hard on the road.

Apart from these, the radio, as well as the cruise control switches will stop working, putting yourself at risk while youíre driving. Repair the part immediately if it becomes damaged.

Seat Far Away from The Steering Wheel

Sitting too close to the dashboard can increase your risk of getting severely injured when thereís a car crash or when your car is rear-ended.

Thatís why itís highly recommended that the drivers, as well as the passengers, must sit far away from the dashboard. A good practice is to position the car seat at least 10 to 12 inches away from the steering wheel to lessen the risk.

Install an Airbag On/Off Switch

Itís the law in some states that you must install an airbag on/off switch if you have certain conditions such as a child with a medical condition who needs to be seated in front, or if you are too short and need to sit closer to the steering wheel for driving, and many more.

Even if you donít have such conditions, installing a switch that lets you control the airbag deployment can save your life in various incidents.

Use Correct Hand Position on The Steering Wheel

Do not use the hand over hand method while turning the wheel since it will make the inflating airbag fling the arms into the rear-view mirror and A-pillar, which may break the arm or wrist.

To prevent this from happening, use the 9 and 3 oíclock hand positions while driving. Also, keep your hands and arms away from in front of the steering wheel.

Avoid Leaning Against The Door

Be careful with your position while driving. Leaning against the door can poorly position you within the shoulder belt - causing serious damage during a car crash. Also, some cars now come with side airbags, meaning that they can cause injury if you arenít properly positioned.

FAQ

Q.What is clockspring in the airbag?
A. An airbag clock spring is a special rotary electrical connector made of a spiral-wound flat ribbon which allows the steering wheel to turn. It also maintains a constant electrical connection to the horn, airbag, and other electrical controls.
Q.Where is the airbag clockspring located?
A. You will find the airbag clock spring in the steering column, mounted right underneath the steering wheel.
Q.How do you fix an airbag clockspring?
A. First, you need to unplug the faulty airbag clock. You will see thereís a tube going through the clock spring that holds the two sides together. Push all four clasps into the center and it will release.
Q.How do you fix an airbag clockspring?
A. First, you need to unplug the faulty airbag clock. You will see thereís a tube going through the clock spring that holds the two sides together. Push all four clasps into the center and it will release. Be careful so that the coiled ribbon wire does not shoot out everywhere. Strip the wires in a new connector and then bypass the plastic portion of the connector and solder them to the copper and steel leads. However, itís highly suggested that you should hire an auto mechanic to do this task to avoid further complications.
Q.Will bad clock spring deploy airbags?
A. Thereís a high probability that the airbag from the driverís side will not deploy if the airbag light is on due to a faulty clock spring. It will make the driver's airbag electrical circuit to trigger a high resistance fault code, potentially causing the airbag to not deploy in the event of an accident.
Q.Can you drive with a bad clockspring?
A. You should not drive with a bad clock spring since you will find it difficult to rotate the steering wheel. Driving with such faulty parts can cause further damage to your vehicle. You should seek immediate attention from an auto mechanic as soon as possible.
Q.Can you reuse a clockspring?
A. If the connector of the clock spring isnít damaged, then you can sometimes reuse it, however its best to replace the whole assembly with a new one. The connector may get damaged due to the heat generated by the chemical reactions when the airbags deploy.

Conclusion

Itís essential to check each and every part that can cause any potential harm and get them fixed as soon as possible. Also, take certain precautions to reduce the possibility of a serious injury if an accident occurs.

Safe driving!

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