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How do you remove the steering column covers on 2003 pontiac grand prix

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There are torx head screws holding it on, you get at them from underneath.

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What it looks like:

How to fix it:

If you take the bottom cover off of the steering column you can get to it rather easy and remove the solenoid.

1) tilt wheel all the way up and remove tilt wheel lever.... just pull, it comes out rather easy

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