Question about 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix
How do i use a steering wheel puller to remove steering wheel
Ok, after you remove the pad in the center of the steering wheel, you will see a large nut in the center with a triangle shaped clip. Use a screwdriver to remove the clip and remove the nut from the steering shaft ( probably a 19mm-21mm or 3/4"-7/8" ) After you have this off, you set the pin of the puller in the dent of the steering shaft. Screw two bolts through the slots on the sides of the puller into the holes on either side of the shaft. When these bolts are tight, start to tighten the puller shaft until it starts to tighten against the bolts. Continue to tighten this down slowly. If you feel alot of resistance, you can bump the back of the steering wheel on either side to loosen it. Let me know if this helps :)
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