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How do i take off the steering wheel in my Corsica?

Ive removed the horn cover and the large bolt from the center but the steering wheel is very stuck in place? Am i just suppose to beat it off?

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You need a steering wheel puller to take it off. You may be able to rent one but they are not that expensive to buy. It looks like a Y shaped piece of metal with a slot in the tail and 3 slots in the Y end. It has a large bolt in the center and an assortment of bolts in different sizes to bolt it to the steering wheel. The steering wheel has bolt holes beside the center nut for these bolts.
Once you get it hooked up and tightened up give the large center tightening bolt a sharp rap with a hammer and then tighten it again. You will likely have to do this 2 or 3 times before the wheel comes off. Hope this helps.

Posted on May 30, 2010

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