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How do you remove the steering wheel on a 1999 Windstar?

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Answered 2007-03-11 03:26:07

DISCONNECT BATTERY FIRST. Let set for about 20 minutes or so. This is to make sure no residual power left in system. Next remove air bag. Usually two screws holding it in from the back of the steering wheel. Remove the connector. There is probably a large nut. Remove the nut. Then you should be able to use some type of bolt puller or steering wheel puller to remove it.

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