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AVIA8R

Steering Wheel and Air Bag Removal

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I've ordered a new thicker TechEquipment steering wheel and a new airbag since my buttons are scratched. Does anyone have detailed instructions on how to remove and re-install the steering wheel and airbag? I've found the instruction below, but was hoping for something more detailed.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

matt

Retract the steering column too the max.

Turn the steering wheel 90° too the left

Insert a flat screwdriver in too the hole on the back of the steering wheel till he hooked after a steel spring

Push the screwdriver in the direction of the steering column, while pulling on the airbag module

Turn the steering wheel 180° to the right and do the same handling in the other hole

Remove the airbag module and the connectors

Remove the center bolt in the steering wheel

Remove the steering wheel

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