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How do you virtically raise the steering wheel in hino rainbow bus

There is a rotary knob on left below wheel but seems to only allow tilt. How do you raise and lower wheel

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On some the horn nob turns and losses the steering wheel sow you can lift it up or down

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Talk with a service center as many vehicle only allow for an up/down ( tilt) position of the wheel
you may be requiring the wheel to move in or out closer to the driver

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