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How do i tighten up the sterring wheel? - 1985 Pontiac Bonneville

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This is probely a tilt wheel alot to it really remove steering wheel and lock plate(buy these tools or u will be sorry steerwheel remover,lock plate remover.) unscrew tilt wheel lever combination switch lever-pull out on to remove ,remove scew retaining turn signal bracket to lever,all screws holding down turn signal assembley make sure u tilt colum up .round silver button looking thing with square hole ,use medium philups screwdriver and put in hole and press in and turn it will release and come outward this is the spring for tilt wheel 5/16 head bolt remove this is a pin to hol lock cylinder in pull lock cylinder out ther are bearings in the shaft, hard to replace and to find anywhere,carefull,,,each side of colum ther is a funny looking flat round circle, they have a theaded hole inthem u will need a speasal tool for this aalso,,,parts store pivot dowle removal tool,,, this housing can come off now there are 3 screws to tightin up u will see them

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