Question about Ford Thunderbird
Remove the center horn pad assembly and remove nut holding steering wheel to column. You need a steering wheel puller to remove it from the tapered shaft once the nut is loose. You can rock the steering wheel and pull if you don't have a puller but when it lets go watch for a broken nose.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i need to remove my steering wheel i know theres a nut back there but my problem is getting the center medallion off with out destroying it the rubber around it seems pretty tight thanks for help
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
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Remove the bottom shroud panel below the steering wheel and then the bottom black steering wheel cover (3 screws in the holes). You will see a 1/8 inch hole and pin below the lock set. Put the key lock in the neutral position and push the pin and remove the ignition lock set. Put the new lock set in the neutral position and insert it. Turn it to the off position which resets the lock pin.
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
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You will jack that side of the car up, remove the wheel, and you may have to remove the brake rotor and caliper to get to it. The caliper will be held on with two bolts, one on the back top and back bottom. After that, you will have access to the tie rod end. When you get to it, there will be a nut and possibly a cotter pin to remove and just tap it with a hammer and it will fall out. Also, when putting the new tie rod end on, mark where the old one was mounted on inner tie rod. They should be threaded together. If you don't get it back to where it originally was mounted, you alignment will be WAY off. After replacement you will have to get an alignment at some point, but you can drive just fine as long as you match it up.
Posted on Mar 05, 2011
There will be screws/bolts around the outside(under some kind of covers), holding the center section on. after you get that off there will be one nut right in the center(remove that and pull the steering wheel(most of the time you need a steering wheel puller)
Posted on Feb 29, 2012
Testimonial: "o ok i get ya thanx bro do u think it will be possible for me to just pull the wheel out without using a wheel puller?"
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