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I have removed the 3 screws from the back and can't get to the main steering wheel nut.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1986 Buick Electra/Park Ave has
There are three bolts under everything that you see. The steering wheel comes off first,then the retainer ring has to come off(it's on the same steem that the wheel is on,there is a tool for that). There is a plate with slots in it that will come off. Pull everything else out carefuly as not to lose any screws or break any wires, and you should see the three screws in a triangle formation. Tightin them & reasemble.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
yes it is one big nut, however it looks like 4 individual nuts due to the fact that they are a thinly stacked layer or thin nuts held together by what you called the tab washer............only way to replace is to get a new one from ford........
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank-you for that, I have ordered a new one from the ford dealers. I just wonder why the 4 nuts were fitted in the first place? thank you"
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Fig. Fig. 2: Steering wheel installation-1969 deluxe and 1970-72 standard wheel
Fig. Fig. 4: Steering wheel installation-1980 and later vehicles
Fig. Fig. 6: A ratchet or driver should be used to loosen the trim pad retaining screws
Fig. Fig. 7: Once they are loosened, remove the trim pad screws from the back of the steering wheel
Fig. Fig. 8: Pull the trim pad from the steering wheel in order to access the horn wire(s)
Fig. Fig. 9: Remove the retaining nut snapring
Fig. Fig. 10: Matchmark the relationship between the steering shaft and the wheel in order to assure proper wheel installation
Fig. Fig. 11: Loosen and remove the wheel retaining nut
Fig. Fig. 12: Use a steering wheel puller to loosen the wheel on the steering shaft
Fig. Fig. 13: Once the wheel has been loosened by the puller, the wheel may may be removed from the steering shaft
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