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Steering column 1992 BMW 318i

Can you help me w/ an exploded view of all the parts in the steering column I have a BMW 1992 318i with the steering apart it needed a new steering lock Help i believe there may be parts missing the vehicle came to me already apart
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Go to the dealer parts dept and ask for them to print a copy of the exploded parts diagram.

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