New genuine airbag clock spring part number 25567-AL525 to fit Nissan Pathfinder / Navara vehicles.
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An airbag clock spring is used to connect the steering wheel to other electrical devices such as the airbag safety system, radio volume and station selections, horn and cruise controls.
A clock spring can become faulty when wires become worn and break causing a short or open circuit. If repairs are being done which involve the removal of the steering wheel and the clock spring internal wires are over extending it can cause the clock spring to become faulty.
A faulty clock spring can cause the airbag warning light to come on. Horn, radio controls and cruise controls can also stop as well. In some cases, a faulty clock spring can also intermittently blow fuses as the car is driven.
Is the vehicle safe to drive?
Since the clock spring is responsible for two safety devices including the horn and airbag safety system, it is highly advised to replace a faulty clock spring with a new unit as soon as possible.
Vehicle stated is based on the manufacturer’s guidelines. Please double check your vehicle’s clock spring part number before purchasing.
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