Question about 1996 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
Our great auto electrician is having a problem getting the steering wheel off our C200 mercedes 1996 model to put on the blinker/wiper control arm and cannot for the life of him figure it out how it comes off just wondering if anyone could help out
Thanks in advance
Most steering wheels are a "press fit", (very tight) but after removing the large nut, in many cases, you will see three vacant threaded holes, find the right size bolt and thread to fit these holes and with a length of at least 2 inches. Turn in all three bolts into the holes keeping the same amount of pressure on all so wheel will come off evenly. (If you run out of threads on bolts you're using..get longer ones.) After work is dont, align steering wheel to it's original position and pound on using a heavy rubber mallet. (Dead-Blow) Just put it on far enough to get large nut back on and finish off the job with it. Hope this helps!
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