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How do i remove my steering wheel? I took out all the bolts buts its still on there, if anyone knows it would be much appreciated!

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After removing the center nut from the shaft that goes through the center of the steering wheel, you will need a steering wheel remover tool (steering wheel puller) most auto parts rent this tool.Also on the steering wheel and the shaft each will have a line mark that both meet, when installing steering wheel bad on, make sure that the marks meet or steering wheel will not be center.Hope this was very helpful.

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