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Clock spring replacement

Old 02-10-2019, 06:03 AM
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Clock spring replacement


Old on top, replacement on bottom.

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i set off to replace my clock spring yesterday, and after I got the old one remove quickly realized the new part I have isnít the same. There is an additional pair of wires on the existing that isnít on the new. After a bit of research it looks like this pair is for the heated steering wheel. I canít seem to easily find that specific part, new at least. eBay has a few used ones, and various parts website make no mention of the steering wheel option.

Anybody know where I can get the right part for a reasonable price? Or know what the right part number is? Nissanpartsdeal.com says that 25560-ZK01D fits my VIN, but doesnít mention the steering wheel and I like to not spend $252...
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Old 02-12-2019, 10:31 AM
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Originally Posted by edienberg View Post

Old on top, replacement on bottom.

Old on top, replacement on bottom.
i set off to replace my clock spring yesterday, and after I got the old one remove quickly realized the new part I have isnít the same. There is an additional pair of wires on the existing that isnít on the new. After a bit of research it looks like this pair is for the heated steering wheel. I canít seem to easily find that specific part, new at least. eBay has a few used ones, and various parts website make no mention of the steering wheel option.

Anybody know where I can get the right part for a reasonable price? Or know what the right part number is? Nissanpartsdeal.com says that 25560-ZK01D fits my VIN, but doesnít mention the steering wheel and I like to not spend $252...

I got mine from Rock Auto $194 https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo...=1433470&jsn=1
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Old 03-31-2019, 05:56 AM
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Apparently, you can get these from Ebay for around $40.

Thanks for the thread. I need to change my clock spring also.
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Old 03-31-2019, 06:02 AM
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Yes you can get them on eBay pretty inexpensively, and I bought one initially. It didnít have the extra wires for the heated steering wheel. A used One with the extra wires popped up on eBay for $55. I installed it a few weeks back. Pretty simple all in all.
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