I want to fit a smaller steering wheel on this car to make getting in and out easier.Where can I get a suitable bos kit to hopefullly fit a 'Drifter' type wheel or any other smaller steering wheel?
Thanking you in anticipation
Tony Earle. (Ulverstone, Tasmania)
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Re: 1993 Mazda 929 leather with cruise control
Ok u have to get a boss kit to suit your car from super cheap ,autobarn or were ever u are located there is a outlet for these goods all boss kits have at least 12 or 14 holes so and after market steering wheel fit on, any brand u just move the steering wheel around till the right hole lines up usually straight away i do this all the time so desent matter if its a drift ,momo,woodgrain,autotenica they will all fit the boss kit,but make sure you get the boss kit to suit your can if u need more on how to put it on just write back im chris07551
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Hi Shannon, befor you dive in and replace the indicator switch I would suggest you check the flasher unit. To replace the indicator switch you will need to remove the steering wheel (this usually means using a puller) Don't forget to punch match marks on the steering wheel and the column which must be aligned when assembling. Remove the steering wheel center cover. then the covers on the steering column Removed the screws (usually four) holding the stalk switch. don't forget to disconnect the battery and the wiring connection to the stalk switch. After replacing the assembly is opposite.to dismantling. Regards John
You should be able to call a body shop and have them order you one. I used to work in my uncles body shop and you can get them. I have been out out of the body shop business about 10 year and don't have books anymore. On this I can not help you. You can e-mail Mazda, and they may be able to tell you. Try your friendly body shop, they can get it for you. hope this helps
the most common problem is the rotating ribbon contact under the steering wheel that connects the cruise switch's to the steering column and cruise components, we tech's call this the clock spring contact, it is a flat ribbon of printed circuit tape that rolls up and un-rolls as u turn the wheel, it provides a moving connection for all steering wheel mounted controls and the airbag.