Question about 1983 Chevrolet Caprice
It screws onto the threaded steering shaft, then turn the nut on the tool clockwise to depress spring, then remove circlip.
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Fig. Fig. 2: Steering wheel installation-1969 deluxe and 1970-72 standard wheel
Fig. Fig. 4: Steering wheel installation-1980 and later vehicles
Fig. Fig. 6: A ratchet or driver should be used to loosen the trim pad retaining screws
Fig. Fig. 7: Once they are loosened, remove the trim pad screws from the back of the steering wheel
Fig. Fig. 8: Pull the trim pad from the steering wheel in order to access the horn wire(s)
Fig. Fig. 9: Remove the retaining nut snapring
Fig. Fig. 10: Matchmark the relationship between the steering shaft and the wheel in order to assure proper wheel installation
Fig. Fig. 11: Loosen and remove the wheel retaining nut
Fig. Fig. 12: Use a steering wheel puller to loosen the wheel on the steering shaft
Fig. Fig. 13: Once the wheel has been loosened by the puller, the wheel may may be removed from the steering shaft
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