Question about 1998 Chevrolet Suburban
This takes a couple of special tools, one for the anti theft and a puller to pull the wheel.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ok there are 2 bolts under the dash 4 on the floor and the yoke your going to have to take off the plastics around the the collum ther are 4 screws and it comes off. there are two sets of electrical clips you will have to take apart you will see a little push clip and pull apart after that it will be free and slide right out. for the steering wheel there are 2 screws behind it that will take off the air bag and un plug it then one bolt and you will need a puller to take it off thats only if you want it.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
SOURCE: 1999 bmw steering wheel removal
once you get the airbag removed, the wheel is secured to the shaft with a nut. can't remember what size it is, but i remember i didn't have to go out and buy a special socket for it.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
SOURCE: steering wheel removal
remove cover remomove nut in center then you will need steering wheel puller i think autozone has one on ther loan a tool sheet. just leave deposit bring back your cost $0
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
For step by step instruction, you best pick up the auto repair guide.
Steering pumps, in general, are not very difficult to replace. Pay careful attention to how you take it apart. Use a camera to help you remember how things go.
You will need to remove the drive belt...it rotates all the accessory pulleys, including the steering pump.
The pump should only have two or three bolts holding it on. Make sure you have a hose clamp, or something clean, to catch the steering fluid when you remove the hose.
Make sure not to over or under tighten the hose clamps when reinstalling it. Start snug...then check for leaks, and tighten if needed.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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