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turn the steering wheel counter clockwise (to your left) forcefully. while holding the steering wheel, insert the key in the ignition switch and try to turn it on, if the key wont move, try to **** the steering wheel repeatedly while try to turn on the engine every ****.
Place the steering wheel in the center (wheels straight ahead) position.
Disarm the SRS system, as outlined in the Chassis Electrical System.
Make sure the negative battery cable is disconnected.
Remove the steering wheel, as outlined in this section.
Remove the upper and lower steering column switch trim. Refer to the Turn Signal (Combination) Switch or Multi-function switch procedure for details.
Disconnect the multi-pin connector from the ignition/starter switch.
Remove the locking fluid (paint) from threaded holes of screws.
Loosen the two screws slightly, and pull ignition/starter switch out from steering lock housing in direction shown.
Remove the locking fluid (paint) from threaded holes of the screws (A). Loosen the two screws (A) slightly, then pull the ignition/starter switch out from steering lock housing in direction of the arrow
Push the ignition/starter switch into steering lock housing.
When installing the ignition/starter lock switch ensure that the ignition/starter lock switch and the lock cylinder are in the same position, e.g. "ignition on".
Tighten screws and seal securing holes with sealant D2.
Connect multi-pin connector to ignition/starter switch.
Install steering column switches, steering wheel trim and steering wheel, as outlined in this section.
First disconnect the battery cables. 2. wait approx 3-5 minutes then There are 3 bolts holding the steering wheel on in the back of the wheel. Locate and remove. After that Be EXTREMELY CAREFUL on disconnecting the airbag plugs. After you remove that there will be a huge bolt in the middle remove that. Then go to an auto parts store and ask for a crowfeet steering removal tool. Then put the screws through the holes. 1 on top other bottom. then put the big screw through the middle and turn it counterclockwise until you hear a pop. After you hear a pop the wheel will be disconnected. Be very careful not to damage the clockspring. The wheel is now disconnected.
You have to remove the airbag in the steering wheel. Unplug the battery. Place the steering wheel in the outer most lower position. Turn the wheel and in a certain position in the back using a mirrior you'll see holes. With a small screw driver you can unclip the airbag. Turn the wheel the other way to access the other clip. There are 2. Once removed unclip; the harness connector (yellow from the airbag and place it so the vw symbol of the airbag is facing upwards so if it does go off it won't fly upwards. **You should use an antistatic ground on yourself not to deploy the airbag. then use a 12mm triple square drive socket to remove the steering wheel. note the position as it can be placed in several positions. Behind the wheel is the steering angle sensor/ clockspring. DO NOT TURN the clockspring and make sure it stays in it's position when reinstalled or it will break. From there you can remove the trim on the column and access the switches. When reinstalling the airbag VW states to reinstall everything final, close all windows, put the key ON position get out of the car close the door, and only then put the battery back. This is because if the airbag does go off for any reason you will not be in the car when you put the key on. If it does go off the key will already be on and you will be safe. This is the procedure from VW and they state that if damge to other components are affected by key on and battery connected it is still safer than getting an airbag in your face. Just precautionnary. Note the airbag clips are hard to access to remove it. You have to place the flat end of the screw driver on the upper part of the clip and kin of press it downwards. Let me know, but if you are not comfortable or not experienced in airbags do not attempt this yourself.!!!
you have to remove cover on column turn steering wheel sideways there may be 2 t25 torx holding both halves together then there re a couple of screws holding bottom cover to column then on the left side of the column is the electric switch you should be able to change that piece