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All you need is to adjust the valve tappet clearance back to the original specification. It is a time consuming effort and require passion to do it. You need to remove the top engine cover, set timing belt to top dead centre then adjust intake & exhaust valve clearance one by one. Rotare the cranckshaft 180 degree and repeat the valve clearance,. I would suggest to leave it to the expert.
Unless you've haven't maxed out the tilt of the wheel, there really isn't anything else that can be done. If your steering wheel isn't tilted up to the highest point it can be set to, try that. If it has, you're pretty much stuck, as there are no other adjustments on it.