How to Replace Airbag Clock Spring 97-98 Ford F-150

How to Replace Airbag Clock Spring 97-98 Ford F-150

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1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a broken airbag clock spring. This video is applicable to the 97, 98 Ford F150 pickup truck.

🔧 List of tools used:
• Flat Blade Screwdriver
• Phillips Head Screwdriver
• 11mm Socket
• 8mm Socket
• T50 Socket
• Ratchet
• Socket Extensions
• Torque Wrench
• Pick

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MrLude says:

Wow these videos are incredibly detailed. Thank you 1A Auto!!! I’m trying to replace the ignition switch actuator behind the clock spring that slides into a shaft to the right of the steering column. I believe mine is broken. I am trying to figure out how to get the pieces to slide out. It’s two plastic parts the link to each other on its ends with a pin and hole. I will be able to get the upper piece out but I am not sure how to get the lower piece out from the column shaft. Any ideas?

talk2hubba says:

This helped a lot, thank you.

Brandon R says:

Is it the same steps on a 1994 f150

Mike Carter says:

never ever buy another ford in my life, these 5.4 are fkn junks!

Grumpy G says:

Toooo many ads

Leo Moananu says:

So I replaced this. I forgot to remove the cylinder and engaged my anti theft. How do I fix this issue?

Misael Chavez says:

Don't you have to spin the clock spring before you install? If it turns 6 times return 3 times??

Wilkinson Wathen says:

Thank you so much for this video. You guys deserve way more attention as your videos are extremely clear !

Reggie Jr. says:

Would this be about the same for a 1998 Ford Explorer?

Bill E says:

Mine steering wheel not coming off that easy by banging on the back

Ricardo Juarez says:

your metodologic is excelent thanks for this video . saludos amigo desde Santiago de Chile

Denis C says:

very helpful this video for my ford explorer 95

Mark Ferraro says:

Excellent video attention to detail. Thanks

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