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3 spoke steering wheel in a 94' Turbo S


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964 would need a 993 steering wheel shaft. A little pricey but it can be done.

"Replacing the 964 steering wheel with a 996 three spoke (C4 Millennium w/ Silver Crest) steering wheel was a challenge. In addition to the housing and hub being different (the original has a slot for the computer lever and the hub's are different) the shaft itself is also different (the 993/996 shaft is longer to accommodate the 993/996 wheel). By Design prepped the housing and hub for me. As to the shaft there are two ways to go - Mickey Mouse around with the 964's shaft (it's too short to mount the 993/996 wheel) by red locktiting the wheel on and barely fastening the securing nut to the shaft so as not to strip it. But I don't recommend this method and good luck getting the steering wheel off later. Or you can simply install the longer 993/996 shaft which allows for the torquing of the nut on the shaft to secure the wheel (it fit's perfectly but it is the more expensive option). I installed a 993 shaft."

Parts needed:

Three spoke wheel 996 with airbag

Upper and lower steering column switch covers from a 993 (96 and up)

Airbag and horn contact assembly (clock spring) from a 993 or 996

Steering column shaft from 993

The switch assembly itself (turn signals, wipers etc) does not have to be updated.

"Porsche is amazing, everything interchanged very nicely, the new hub fit onto the old switches and plug right into the 93 harness. "

(photo courtesy Guy at Rennlist)

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