# Disconnect the negative battery cable. # Remove the pad assembly by either removing the screws or prying the pad off. Disconnect the bayonet-type connector at the horn wire by pushing in and turning counterclockwise. # Push the locking lever counterclockwise until the full release position is obtained. # Scribe a mark on the plate assembly where the two attaching screws attach the plate assembly to the locking lever. Remove the two screws. # Unscrew the plate assembly and remove. # Remove the steering wheel nut retainer and nut. Using a puller, remove the wheel.
There is a pin that goes in the side of the steering wheel. Take off the sterring wheel and cover. You should see a hole and the pin goes in there
Hey its really easy u just take that BMW cap off the middle of the steering wheel and there is a nut inside you just take that off and pull
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.
To take the steering wheel off to get to the horn a person needs a steering wheel puller. It will remove the steering wheel by applying pressure to the middle and pulling up on the rest.
You should take out the Mercedes badge out of the steering wheel. Then you should see a screw inside the steering wheel. Take it out and you're done.
take horn button off of the steering wheel and you will see a large nut holding the wheel on, take the nut off and then you will need a steering wheel puller to get the wheel off it's splines.
Take the nut of the steering wheel under the horn and use a puller to get it off
To remove a steering wheel, a person must use a steering wheel puller. It puts the pressure on the middle of the steering wheel and pulls up on the outer ring.
You have broken wires in the tilt wheel. You will need to take the steering wheel off and start looking for a broken wire in the steering column somewhere. You will have to have a steering wheel puller to get it off.
pull of thehorn cover then take of the nut and the steering wheel should pull off easy?
there are two screws behind the steering wheel, un screw those, then you need a puller to take off the steering wheel, the cost about $50 to buy and about $15 to rent, then you horn system, is right behind that.
first take the cover for the horn off. there will be a large nut in the center. take that off. there is also three screws around it. take those off and remove the ring they hold on. take a steering wheel puller and connect it onto the steering wheel. turn the center bolt clockwise until the steering wheel comes off. to reinstall the steering wheel, you just have to press it on by screwing the big nut back on.
The car does not have to be running for the horn to work. Horn button in steering wheelt can be making contact, the wire that goes thru the steering wheel and down the column is making contact, any point in the negative side of the horn can cause it to honk. Question. Does it by itself, when car is bumped or rocked, when steering wheel is turned? I would look at steering wheel first. take you horn part of the steering wheel a part and make sure that the plastic in there is not broken or the wires are not of the contections
You take it off just like any other steering wheel
A steering wheel is hard to remove by hand. It can be removed with a tool called the steering wheel remover found at local auto shops.
Remove horn ring or button (twist to remove) Remove center bolt on steering wheel Mark location of wheel in relation to steering column shaft for proper re-install Get and attach a steering wheel puller Tighten nut on wheel puller until steering wheel "pops" off
there should be a couple of bolts on the back side of your steering wheel that removes the front face and after you take that off there will be a large nut that will take off the rest of the steering wheel, but remember to disconnect the airbag before you remove the steering wheel cause you could set it off.
remove the center padded section on the steering wheel and you will see a large nut holding the wheel on, loosen the and take it off and then you will need a wheel puller to pull the wheel back off of the splines to take it off.
take off center cover, remove large nut then use wheel puller to remove steering wheel
take the steering wheel off and take the ignition lead off and then you buy a new ignition with new key or vis versa
Take it back to the alignment shop and they should re-do it for free. If you paid for it, your steering wheel should be straight.
First, take the car for a wheel alignment. Then remove the horn pad, unbolt the steering wheel, turn the wheel around and bolt it back on.
Yes. Just take the U clamp off the bottom of the steering column and it will drop down so you don't need to take off the steering wheel.
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The only special tool you need is a steering wheel pull. You can usually get a loaner from the parts place. To take the steering wheel off first you need to disconnect the negative terminal of the battery for 5 minutes to disrupt the current to the airbags so they won't blow on you. Then, you take the horn button loose and disconnect the wiring to it. Then pull the airbag off by taking 2 bolts off the back of the steering wheel. Then disconnect the wiring to the air bag. Mark the position of the steering wheel on the shaft so you can get it back on straight. Then put the puller on the steering wheel and pull it off. Piece of cake!