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The lever/handle that releases the steering so that it can be adjusted/tilted came off. I need to replace it. The handle does not appear to be broken.

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Look in the side of the steering columm, there will be slot where the handle fits in, snap it back in there, no screw's, just snaps in.

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Purchase a 1" to 1-1/2" wide nylon washer at your local hardware store, a big-box store may not have it . Cost is under a dollar (was for me). It needs to be of a "fender" type variety(small hole for how wide it is) and about 1/8" thick or so.

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You must first remove the set *****, which is the one closer to the handle of the lever, with a 10mm wrench. (PHOTO 1). Counter-clockwise turns will remove it.
2005-toyota-camry-steering-wheel-tilt-ipfnsuttamkv5ztmvyuppjnw-3-0.jpg Once the set ***** is off you can remove the retaining ring which keeps the pivot-point nut from loosening. (PHOTO 2).
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My broken bits do not equal the entire original part. Bits missing.
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2005-toyota-camry-steering-wheel-tilt-ipfnsuttamkv5ztmvyuppjnw-3-23.jpg This is not a fender type washer, but it is what I used and it seems to have worked well. I think a smaller hole would be preferable--you can always enlarge a too-small hole.

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