To remove an airbag from the steering wheel of a Corolla first make sure that the airbag system is disabled. Undo the two Tork screws on either side of the wheel. Once this is removed the connector for the airbag should be visible. Push the clip towards to horn pad and it should come out.
4 bolts are romoved from the backsode of the steering wheel. If airbag equipped remove airbag fuse first. Then remove airbag/ horn/ center assembly. Remove large nut from center of wheel, then pull wheel with steering wheel puller.
To remove the steering wheel start by disconnecting the negative battery terminal to prevent accidental airbag deployment. Then remove the screws on the backside of the steering wheel to remove the airbag. Disconnect the airbag wiring connectors. Remove the steering column shaft nut and remove the steering wheel with a puller. Do not yank, hammer, pry the steering wheel off as this could result in steering shaft damage.
To remove a steering wheel, a person will need a steering wheel puller from an auto part store, from there after the airbag is removed, place the tool over the steering wheel and follow its directions. It will pull the steering wheel off by applying pressure to the middle and pulling everything else up.
simply pull tha airbag fuse. remove the 4 torx head scres behind the airbag and remove airbag. unplug theelectrical connector. remove the big nut holding the steering whell. use a puller to remove the steering wheel.
ok you have to check on your steering wheel in back of you steering wheel there will be a 2 or 4 bolts you gonna have to remove ,as soon your remove you steering wheel airbag you should see 2 wires one goes to airbag on other will be connected to you steering wheel switches ,,you should remove that and after that you gonna see one bolt you should remove it and you can after that you should be able to pull you steering wheel
you would need to disconnect the airbag then pop off the horn pad and remove the airbag then unbolt the steering wheel.
center of the steering wheel, under the horn cover
In the steering column. You'll have to remove the steering wheel with a steering wheel puller tool. This can be a dangerous repair job due to the airbag in the steering wheel. Get a Haynes or Chilton's manual for the details on how to do this as well as how to disarm the airbag system.
If the car has an airbag in the steering wheel then take it to a professional mechanic to have it done. If you try to do it yourself then it may come out and cause serious damage. Trust me.
No, it is illegal to remove the SRS from any vehicle you drive on public roads.
Have a mechanic do it. Air bags are nasty!
To remove the driver's steering wheel airbag on a 1999 Holden Commodore you will need a special set of tools to remove the 4 to 6 security screws that are holding it in. If the vehicle came equipped with a airbag, it needs to have one to remain road safe.
no it does not have a steering wheel
you have to remove the steering wheel. (if it has an airbag, be very careful not to set it off.) if no airbag, just remove the steering wheel, and on the ignition switch there is a bolt that simply screws out. remove the ignition switch, and replace with the new one. line up the bolt holes, and replace bolt. put steering wheel back on, and youre done.
behind the steering wheel. pull off neg. battery cable, wait 2 minutes, remove airbag, remove steering wheel, and there it sits
Disconnect battery Remove bolts holding air bag assembly to steering wheel (from side of steering wheel you don't see when sitting in driver seat) Remove air bag and disconnect electric connector
Typically, replacing any factory steering wheel that has the airbag incorporated into it, with any type or brand of aftermarket steering wheel, the airbag diagnostic module will "see" that there is an airbag missing, and it will request an illumination of the airbag/srs warning lite...
disarm the air bag and take the center section out of the steering wheel that has the airbag in it and then there is a nut holding the wheel on, take the nut loose and then you need a steering wheel puller to get the steering wheel off the splines.
remove battery terminals. so steering wheel airbag does not go off. remove steering covers. remove steering wheel. 2/3 torq screws underneath steering wheel. remove both stalks. then see what else is left and figure it out yourself. many thanks.
The first thing to do when replacing an AU Falcon steering wheel is to disconnect the battery as there is an air bag that contains a small explosive material that is potentially dangerous. Next, find the screws that hold the steering wheel cover, located on the sides of the steering wheel (under round plastic covers that can be removed with a small screw driver). Use a Torq #9 screwdriver to remove the two screws underneath these covers. Carefully lift out the steering wheel hub & airbag. Unplug the airbag. Use a Torq #9 screwdriver to remove the center steering wheel bolt. Use a steering wheel puller per factory specifications to remove the steering wheel.
AIRBAG WARNING: Before you remove any steering wheel parts on an airbag equipped car it is important that you disconnect the negative battery cable to disable the airbag system. A loose airbag deploying directly in your face can cause serious injury, and could possibly kill you DEAD.Having said that, I'm not sure exactly the procedure on a Seville, but I'll give you a basic run down of how to take off most steering wheels.1)Disconnect negative battery cable2)Determine how airbag module is attached to steering wheel. The airbag module is in the front center of the steering wheel and is the part of the steering wheel you see. It likely has a vehicle emblem right on it. There may be plastic covers on the side or back of steering wheel that hide airbag retainer nuts. Some airbag modules are simply held in by clips and can be pulled out. Once you determine how the airbag is fastened remove it from the steering wheel. There will be an electrical connector to the airbag (usually yellow). Carefully disconnect electrical connector and set airbag aside.2)Disconnect horn wire, and any other electrical wires used inside the steering wheel. There should be connectors for all wires.3)NOTE:ENSURE STEERING WHEEL IS POINTED STRAIGHT AHEAD PRIOR TO REMOVAL. At this stage you should have access to the steering wheel nut. Remove the steering wheel nut.Some steering wheels will simply come off at this stage. However most wheels must be pressed off. Use a steering wheel puller to pull wheel. A puller set can be rented at most auto parts stores if you don't have one.4)CLOCKSPRING WARNING:Behind the steering wheel there is a component known as a clockspring. It houses the wires for the airbag and other steering wheel electronics. It allows the steering wheel to spin and maintain electrical connections. It is important that the clockspring or wheels are not turned while the steering wheel is out. If the clockspring is turned too many times over it will break causing steering wheel electronics not to work(and an expensive repair). It must remain centered at all times.
Depends. if you want the Ford steering wheel, Try going to a wrecker and getting a Ford Steering Wheel with out an airbag or you could go to a Auto store and buy a sports style steering wheel
Do not do this during an electrical storm. Disconnect negative battery cable. Wait 10 minutes. Remove the bolts holding the airbag bodule/horn pad to the steering wheel (from the back.) Hold the airbag module with one hand, then with the other hand unplug the horn wire and airbag wire. Move the airbag module away from the car. Set it down someplace out of the way and face up where other people won't go near it. Remove the nut and circlip at the center of the steering wheel. Use a steering wheel puller or two-bolt puller to pull the stering wheel off the column.
yes you can. You will need to purchase a steering wheel installation kit from a company like Grant. This should be available anywhere that sells steering wheels such as a auto parts store. The only thing that requires a professional is removal of the old airbag, unless it has already been deployed. IF the airbag is still good, have a professional remove the old air bag. If the airbag has already gone off, then you can remove the steering wheel just as any other car and replace it with an aftermarket wheel and installation kit.