|Rusty fits a new Steering Wheel...|
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|A guide to fitting a new Steering Wheel.|
Unpacked... The Wheel & Boss.
The centre emblem.
The quality of the finish examined...
Check out the stitching...
On to the business of removing the old wheel...
After removal of the centre trim. You will need a large screwdriver to insert in the holes and twist off this plastic trim...
Using a small cross point screwdriver - Remove all the screws indicated...
This piece also comes off...
From underneath the back of the wheel, you can find a small hole. using a crosspoint screwdriver, insert into hole and undo this screw... (Please excuse poor photo!)
After removal of previous screw, this piece of metal simply unclips off.
At last we find the nut! What a grotty looking boss! All you need to do now is undo the 17mm nut. Easier said than done maybe! TIP: Loosen nut a few threads and then apply upward pressure behind wheel (Using knees?) and then give the nut a clout with a hard rubber mallet, this should release a 'stuck' wheel!
The wheel is now removed...
Putting on the new Boss. The wire is for the new horn button...
All fitted and looking good...
Bit of a gap here!
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The hammer worked , good instructions thanks
- marlynnman, Fri, 1 Dec 2017 6:49PM
using these pictures we just did the job without useing the manual
- fredt, Sat, 10 Dec 2005 7:17AM
i like it loads got to get a new steering wheel (how much was yours)
- izzybon, Tue, 15 Nov 2005 3:13PM
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