Bummer. Among the more significant possibilities would be the "clockspring," which is the flexible cable that connects the electrical components in the steering wheel to the wiring in the steering column. It's not cheap. Does your horn work?
Ok check behind stering wheel connections are fine, horn works
unpluged the two under front seats and plugged back it checked the two under the bonnet , checked fuses under dash , I've run out of ideas could have to visit the steelers ;(
You'd have to check part numbers. It's quite likely that these come in an ever-increasing variety of configurations due to the various controls that are now becoming integrated into the steering wheel.
The fact that your horn works at least says that your clock spring is still plugged in and has not failed catastrophically. So there still might be another cause for your problem, and perhaps a cheaper one?
Cool thanx guys ill drop over to garage on sat and get code , thought my scangauge was ment to be able to get codes !!? Not getting any reading on it tho , or is that just engine related codes it reads ?