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Spline count on steering wheel

Why can I find a steering hub adaptor to replace my steering wheel with a better one? There are tons for 94 and older, I don't understand why I can't find one that compatible with a 1995. Is it the airbag or what? Is the spline count the same on a 1994

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Cannister is your steering box...arm is the pitman arm. check to see if there is a thick alignment spline on either the arm or box. This locates the arm in the correct position. If not center the steering wheel(turn all the way to one side and count turns all the way to other side and divide in half for example, three turns from one side to the other side = 1 1/2 turns to center) and put both front wheels straight ahead, then install arm onto box. It is far easier to put it back than it was to remove.

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Remove the outer hub, (MANUAL OR AUTOLOCKING?) Check for a large snap ring. Insert two of the screws back in a few turns and slide the center out. Remove the large nut. Usually another snap ring, and then another large nut. (Caliper and wheel first).

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