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The steering wheel on my 1993 dodge dakota is sticky and ive tried everything i can think of to clean it with to no avail. It's almost like it permeates out from the wheel.

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It's the manufacture compounds coming out of the material, just replace it, I've seen this on trucks and cars, and I just replace it with a good used one. you don't need the air bag module if equiepped.
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Posted on Jul 20, 2010

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The problem may be that it's leather. If so get something made for leather. Sometimes the heat in the vehicle will cause a change in it. You may just have to get a steering wheel cover.

Posted on Jul 20, 2010

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