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On any Ford that DOES NOT have an airbag, you can remove the steering wheel by loosening the nut and running it out flush with the end of the shaft, then brace under the wheel with your thighs, while pulling on the top of wheel, then with other hand rap the end of the shaft with regular hammer... note "rap" not pound.
On those secured with bolt, loosen only a couple of turns and do the same. If the wheel does not free up, go to parts store and rent a steering wheel puller.
Center covers usually either snap on or have a few screws holding them on from the back of the wheel.
PROPERLY remove air bag (if equipt), then remove nut holding steering wheel on and then use a steering wheel puller to remove it.
To remove the steering wheel in a 1988 Chevy Celebrity standard version: !. Remove the screws that hold the horn pad in place then remove it. Unplug the wire at the connector. 2, If it still has the safety clip remove it. 3, Use the appropriate wrench to remove the nut from the steering shaft. 4. Use a steering wheel puller to loosen then remove the steering wheel. Reverse the instructions to replace the steering wheel. Steering wheel retainer nut should be 30 ft. lbs. torque.
You need a steering wheel puller. Any Auto Parts store can help you.
When you take the horn button off there is 1 big nut in the center of the steering wheel. Remove the nut and the safety snap ring. Then install a puller onto the steering wheel and pull it off. It will not just lift off with your hands.
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Remove steering wheel, turn signal (4 screws), and torx holding ignition, reverse to reinstall.
You need to remove the steering wheel first with a puller. There is a latch you can trip with a small screwdriver that will let the ignition switch slide out. Simply replace the switch and put the steering wheel back on.
remove all of the screws holding on the wood grain pane wrapped around the steering wheel and radio then remove two bolts holding the radio in an there ya go
under the steering wheel i guess
Inside your steering column , the turn signal lever and hazard flasher button are parts of the multifunction switch that stick out from the steering column
Remove the steering wheel. (you will need a steering wheel puller) Remove the turn signal switch. It is not necessary to completely remove the switch from the column. Pull the switch rearward far enough to slip it over the end of the shaft, but do not pull the harness out of the column. Turn the lock to Run. If necessary, remove the ignition key. If equipped, remove the buzzer switch assembly. Remove the lock retaining screw and remove the lock cylinder.
You can find a steering wheel assembly diagram for a 1988 Jeep Cherokee inside the owner's manual. You can also find it in the vehicle's Chilton auto repair manual.
There is no difference in Power Steering Fluid. Use any off the shelf at your local auto parts store, or department store.
As long as the 1988 steering wheel is not air bag equipped it should work fine. I'm not sure what year air bags become manditory equipment in Chevy trucks. To be sure do a spline count of both steering wheels. You may need to use the hardware to attach the steering wheel to the column from the 1988. Usually just a nut/bolt; washer, and some kind of snap ring.
Front or rear?
its probably your steering wheel being locked. its a theft deturent, have to turn the wheel slightly in order to allow the key to turn the ignition so it will start.
fuse box under steering wheel
The switch is located on the left side of the steering column. You have to remove the panel underneath the dash to access it. There will be two screws holding it on.
The fuse box on a 88 G.M. is under the steering wheel. there is a access panel you must remove first by removeing two clips and then slide it out and down
Any parts store will have the removal tool for this. Very inexpensive.
there is a small pin you can see through the plastic on the steering column in front of the ignition. you insert the key and push the pin to release the cylinder. you may need to remove wheel to get to it though.
If your car has a tilt wheel it is operated by a short lever below the turn signal. Pull back on the lever to tilt the wheel.
First you must remove the horn pad, then check to see if the large mount nut is loose. If it is tight, probably a column bearinmg problem.
You're going to need a couple special tools...a steering wheel remover, and lock plate remover, and probably a pair of snap ring pliers. Good Luck!!
To change the ignition key lock you have to: 1. Pull the steering wheel off. 2. Remove the lock plate. 3. Remove the turn signal switch. 4. Remove the set of contacts. 5. Remove the retainer bolt. The lock will then pull out of the housing.