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The Steering wheel on my 1998 Volvo Cross Country wagon squeeks as it is turned. How do I lubricate it?

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The nylon bush in the steering colum is tight on steering shaft.You have to remove the steering wheel to get to it.You can spray with some light lube and that should sort it.

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