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Old 30 Jun 2011, 09:01 am
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Default What is the name or # of this Honda accord 2002 part?

I have a 2002 Honda accord. 4 door. 4 cylinder.































Lately the horn wasn't working well. It mostly occured when I turned the steering wheel. According to a mechanic, the problem is the "cinta del gear", which seems to be what you connect everything to.































But I don't know the name of the item so I can order it online. Does anyone know the name of the piece or it's number (or hell, a direct link to it).































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It's that round thing that contains all of the wires for connecting from the horn to the Horn to the steering wheel. Guh, hard to exain, but it's that black thing with the white label on it and it has those 4 wires on it. It is inside the steering wheel.































Thanks for the help. You guys are my only hope of getting it.















THANKS! Now I have to figure out which one of those I actually need. Mine seems to be a different from the ones Im finding because I think it had 5 plugs:































Green one















Big Solid Yellow one















Black one with metal tip















Grey one















Transparent yellow one































All the ones I find only have 3 or 4 plugs, not 5. BTW, i'm not counting the back of it, which from my recollection had 1 solid yellow one (which these have).































I just don't know which version of the Honda Accord I have. THANKS for all the help. At least I'm in the right direction now. I just don't want to pay the $250 that I'm being asked for at the moment, seeing as how this is less than $100.
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Old 30 Jun 2011, 09:16 am
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The generic name for it is 'SRS cable reel' or sometimes is caled the 'clockspring'. When you turn the steering wheel, the wires for the airbag extend and retract from this assembly.































The part# depends on what model you have, and also on what company manufactured the part that is currently in the car:















DX or VP = 77900-S84-A31















EX, LX, SE = (Sumitomo) 77900-S84-A41 or (Furukawa) 77900-S84-A42
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Old 30 Jun 2011, 09:31 am
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I like this one. http://ziji.info/341549/white-label































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