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Just what it says on the tin. The dealership didn't tell me for one reason even after giving them all the information they requested, and online is pulling blanks. Thank you in advance!
 

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4698304AB according to Rock Auto. Pricey.

Some used ones on ebay: chrysler (04698304ab, 4698304ab) | eBay

Some new ones from foreign countries including China - careful!

As long as you get a 5-wire one, you can use it. They did change the connector over the years - you can use any of them if you change the connectors. Any advertised for all years sound shady because the connectors would need to be swapped.

Some from Chrysler dealers on internet searches - again - pricey!
 

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5 wire clock springs were used on all trim levels and engine sizes of LH cars with the exception of cars equipped with Steering Wheel Audio Controls. (Buttons on the back of the steering wheel). Probably at least 85% of all LH cars had 5 wire clock springs. Includes 300m/Concorde/LHS/Intrepid.

2001/2002 the airbag connectors changed as did the Cruise Control switch connectors.

Look for one from 1998-2000 to positively fit your car.


Even Vintage Car Parts shows a pricey $200+ for NOS. Yikes!
 
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