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My huskee supremes front wheels turn outward and steering is off what causes this


im assuming you are talking about a lawn mower as I used to have a huskee it was a great mower and not a pack of well tamed dogs , although im confused as to why this post is in the car forum ? but anyways without more details its a guess but id say someone hit a solid object while driving it and the tie rod ends have bent or broken , a tape measure will confirm the tale as you need to measure what inside(back) and outside(front/toe) front tire measurement are ??? , the two should be equal if not slightly front(toe) out or "more" but not by more than 1/2 inch

Jul 29, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Reset 2004 honda accord steering wheel controls?


A thing called the "Clock Spring" in the steering wheel needs replacing. It has all the wires in that operate that stuff on the steering wheel and airbag. There may also be a sliding ground connection that could be bad or dirty.

Feb 18, 2015 | 2004 Honda Accord

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How do I remove the steering wheel of my volvo xc60?


You do not need a puller!
DISCONNECT THE BATTERY AND WAIT 10 MINUTES!
The top plastic cover on the steering column has to come off on the XC60. Release the steering adjuster and pull the column out and down. You will see a rubber seal. This has 10 clips that have to gently pried off. You can then remove the plastic upper cover from the front. (Nearest the steering wheel) It pulls up and out of the front clips and the bottom has lugs that slide out towards you if you are sat in drivers seat.
Next the fun begins. You need a flat blade (s)crew driver with a 5.2mm blade end. (A 5mm works) You need to turn the steering wheel until you expose a rectangular slot in the back of it where the cover came from. Insert the (s)crew driver with the blade flat and level and touching the bottom of the hole. This will take a few attempts but you need to get the (s)crew driver under a clip and then turn the (s)crew driver 90 degrees to open the clip. You can then pull the airbag out slightly. (That is not easy either) once it is out about 10mm turn the steering 180 degrees and do the same with the other one. The air bag is now lose but the wires are very short. There is one position you can lay it where you can disconnect the two plugs which have the usual type of push in clips securing them.
Put the airbag out of the way somewhere safe and facing up.
You can now losen the 13mm bolt retaining the steering wheel but do not remove it yet. With the steering wheel straight, look in the cavity and at the bottom left is a small torx head (s)crew. If it won't unscrew, gently lever it out.
Through the steering inner section at about the 11 "O" clock position you can see a slip ring. There is a small hole where the (s)crew goes into and locks into a recess to stop it moving. When it is locked you can remove the main steering wheel bolt taking car not to turn the steering wheel. If you have steering controls there will another plug to undo and you can then remove the steering wheel. There are two pins that go into the rear of the steering wheel so when you put it back together make sure they go properly and then reverse the above procedure. Do not forget to remove the little (s)crew a put it back where it cam from. The main bolt should be torques to 45nm.

Mar 19, 2013 | 2010 Volvo XC60

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I want to replace the right hand speed control for the cruise control on my 2008 Chrysler Aspen - any ideas? Anyone!


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REPLACING CRUISE CONTROL SWITCH

1.
Disconnect and isolate negative battery cable from battery.

2. Remove airbag module (See AIRBAG REMOVAL below).

3. Remove speed control switch mounting screw and remove switch from steering wheel.

4. Reverse procedure to install.
AIRBAG REMOVAL
1. Disconnect and isolate negative battery cable from battery.

2. From the underside of the steering wheel, remove the two screws that secure the driver airbag to the steering wheel armature.
CAUTION: The horn switch and the clockspring pigtails connected to the back of the airbag module are fragile. Do not pull on these wires to disengage them. These must be handled carefully to prevent damage to the horn switch and/or the clockspring assembly.
3. Pull the driver airbag away from the steering wheel enough to access the three electrical connections on the back of the airbag housing.

4. Disconnect the steering wheel wire harness connector for the horn switch from the horn switch feed pigtail wire connector, which is located on the back of the driver airbag housing.

5. The clockspring driver airbag pigtail wire connectors are secured by integral latches to the airbag inflator connector receptacles, which are located on the back of the driver airbag housing. Depress the latches on each side of the connector insulator and pull the insulators straight out from the airbag inflator to disconnect them from the receptacles.

6. Remove the driver airbag from the steering wheel.

7. Reverse procedure to install.

Nov 17, 2011 | Cars & Trucks

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Steering wheel adjustment , the steering whell is 90degrees off but the car does not pull eather direction. car was stolen no damage just steering whell truned


jack front of car up then turn steering wheel full lock to full lock and count the number of turns from either side then divide by 2 so you have the straight ahead position then remove the steering wheel and replace in the straight ahead position ,iam saying this because the vehicle may have been re tracked and only one track rod end adjusted so you have say 2 turns to the left and 2 and half to the right if you follow me .or remove the steering wheel then just hold it on and slowly drive forewards and lift wheel and refit to the correct position

Feb 10, 2011 | 1999 Mercury Grand Marquis

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2002 chevy truck.Code B0026


Hello and welcome. code B0026 is for a airbag malfunction. this code will require a high end scan tool, like a GM tech 2 scan tool to check out.this code is related to a deployment loop problem on the drivers side of vehicle

• DTC B0026 will set when one of the following conditions occurs:
- The SDM detects the steering wheel module deployment loop resistance is greater than 4.8 ? for 500 milliseconds. - The SDM detects the voltage at steering wheel module high signal is less than 2.4 volts and steering wheel module deployment loop resistance is 6 ? or greater for 500 milliseconds.The inflatable restraint steering wheel module deployment loop consists of a steering wheel module, steering wheel module coil, steering wheel module high signal circuit, and steering wheel module low signal circuit. Shorting bars are used on the steering wheel module connector as well as the steering wheel module coil connector which will short together the steering wheel module high and steering wheel module low signal circuits when the connector is disconnected. This will help to prevent unwanted deployment of the inflator module during servicing. When the ignition is turned ON, the inflatable restraint sensing and diagnostic module (SDM) performs continuous diagnostic tests on the deployment loops to check for proper circuit continuity and for shorts to ground or voltage. If a malfunction is detected, a DTC will be stored.

Sep 12, 2010 | Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Cars & Trucks

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How do you repair or replace a wiper switch. I want to know how to disassemble the housing


STEERING Steering Wheel REMOVAL & INSTALLATION All Series CAUTION
When performing service around the SIR system components or wiring, the SIR system MUST be disabled. Failure to do so could result in possible air bag deployment, personal injury or unneeded SIR system repairs.
  1. Disconnect the battery ground cable.
  2. On models equipped with a drivers side air bag, perform the following procedure:
    1. Disable the Supplemental Restraint System (if equipped).
    2. On all but 1996–98 models equipped with a air bag, unfasten the screws at the rear of the steering wheel.
    3. On 1996–98 models equipped with a air bag, turn the steering wheel 90° to access the rear shroud holes to the inflator module. Insert a screwdriver in the holes and push the leaf spring to release the pin. Turn the steering wheel 180° to access the remaining shroud holes and using the screwdriver, release the remaining pins.
    4. Tilt the inflator module rearward from the top to access the wiring. Tag and unplug the lead wire from the clip on the module, the lead wire from the clip on the steering wheel and the Connector Position Assurance (CPA) and retainer from the module.
  3. If not equipped with a drivers side air bag, remove the horn pad or button cap and disconnect the horn wires. Fig. 1: Remove the horn button cap 87988p13.jpg
    Fig. 2: Disengage the horn wiring 87988p14.jpg
    Fig. 3: If equipped, remove the snapring from the steering shaft 87988p15.jpg

  4. Mark the steering wheel-to-steering shaft relationship.
  5. If equipped, remove the snapring from the steering shaft.
  6. Remove the nut from the steering shaft. WARNING
    Don't hammer on the steering shaft!
  7. Remove the steering wheel with a puller. To install:
  8. Install the wheel. The turn signal control assembly must be in the Neutral position to prevent damaging the canceling cam and control assembly. Tighten the nut to 30 ft. lbs. (40 Nm).
  9. Install the horn pad and horn contact (if equipped).
  10. If equipped with a drivers side air bag, install the inflator module as follows:
    1. Attach the lead wire to the clip on the module, the lead wire to the clip on the steering wheel and the Connector Position Assurance (CPA) and retainer to the module.
    2. On 1996–98 models, install the inflator module by pressing it firmly into the steering wheel so that all four notched pins in the leaf spring are fully engaged. Be very careful that you do not pinch any wires.
    3. On all but 1996–98 models equipped with a air bag, install the inflator module and tighten the screws to 27 inch lbs. (3 Nm).
  11. Connect the battery ground cable and enable the SIR system (if equipped). Fig. 4: Remove the nut and washer from the steering shaft 87988p16.jpg
    Fig. 5: Use a puller to separate the steering wheel 87988p17.jpg
    Fig. 6: Remove the steering wheel 87988p18.jpg

Jun 22, 2010 | 1994 GMC Suburban

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Need to remove the steering wheel so i can replace the turn signal/ dimmer switch. How do you remove the air bag so you can remove the steering wheel?


Disconnect the battery negative/earth/.Wait for at list 10 minutes to deactivate SRS airbags.Then remove the drivers airbag useing 5 mm allan key behing the steering wheel.There is two holes.Disconnect carefully the airbag.24mm socket to unscrew the steering wheel.Pull out the steering wheel.Disconnect the plugs of the switches.There is 3 screws/flat screwdriver/ Thats all

Jun 20, 2010 | 2002 Volkswagen Jetta TDI

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How to take of steering wheel in audi 80


First you have to disarm SRS system.How- ensure ignition switched OFF.Remove ign.key.Disconect battery earth lead and make sure accidental reconection is not possible.Disconect power suply multi-plug/red/,located behing driver.s storige compartment under fascia.No waiting time required. Now you have to remove driver.s airbag.There is two screws with 5mm allan/hexagon/head behing an airbag.Open it.Disconect and remove airbag.Use 24 socket for steering wheel nut. When remove a steering wheel be very carefull with spiral cable behing.GOOD LUCK !!! There is tightening torque for steering wheel nut-40Nm and two screws-6Nm.

Apr 24, 2010 | 1991 Audi 80

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