you should call MINI USA with this question...I do not have the number on hand...but call a dealer and they can give you the 1800 number. Best of luck!
The best hand position for straight ahead steering is to think of the steering wheel as a clock. The best position would be to have the hands on the 3 and the 9, which is what people are taught when learning how to drive.
Remove steering wheel Remove Steering lock plate Place ignition in on position Depress lock pin now exposed. If this is not possible, drill out lock pin.
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There's a lever to the left of the steering column for adjustment.
Low Power Steering Fluid
The camshaft position sensor is right under the power steering pump. Remove the power steering pump to access the sensor.
replace the steering column.
To unlock the steering wheel on a 1993 Honda place the key in the on position. Doing so will free the steering wheel.
It combines control of steering and acceleration
You can adjust the steering box some. Or possible ball joint problems. If the problem is lurches and surges in the steering (can feel like loose idler arm, loose ball joints, etc.), one common cause is a faulty steering position sensor. This $60 sensor at the base of the steering column (inside the vehicle) tells the variable assist power steering how fast you are turning the steering wheel.
It is not possible to alter a car from a manual steering into a power steering car. The engines for the two types of cars are very different.
Try wiggling the steering wheel