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How do i replace 206 steering wheel?

 
jon
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      02-25-2006
Hi guys,

my wife's 206 steering wheel is pretty badly worn (previous owner loved
big bejewelled rings!) and we have purchased a replacement steering
wheel (same year: V reg & model: 1.4 glx)

we have disconnected the battery and are aware of (and have the codes
for) the stereo and am now ready to replace the rear part of the
steering wheel but could do with some guidance on how to remove the
front of the steering wheel and the airbag - safely.

the airbag and current front of the steering wheek thats currently in
the car will be reconnected to the replacement steering wheel as will
the front of the steering wheel

any guidance greatly appreciated

cheers, jon

 
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Mindwipe
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      02-25-2006

"jon" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Hi guys,
>
> my wife's 206 steering wheel is pretty badly worn (previous owner loved
> big bejewelled rings!) and we have purchased a replacement steering
> wheel (same year: V reg & model: 1.4 glx)
>
> we have disconnected the battery and are aware of (and have the codes
> for) the stereo and am now ready to replace the rear part of the
> steering wheel but could do with some guidance on how to remove the
> front of the steering wheel and the airbag - safely.
>
> the airbag and current front of the steering wheek thats currently in
> the car will be reconnected to the replacement steering wheel as will
> the front of the steering wheel
>
> any guidance greatly appreciated
>
> cheers, jon
>


older ones were retained by two tx30 screws accessed through holes in the
back of the wheel


 
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nigel
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      02-25-2006
On 25 Feb 2006 04:24:41 -0800, "jon" <(E-Mail Removed)>
wrote:

>Hi guys,
>
>my wife's 206 steering wheel is pretty badly worn (previous owner loved
>big bejewelled rings!) and we have purchased a replacement steering
>wheel (same year: V reg & model: 1.4 glx)
>
>we have disconnected the battery and are aware of (and have the codes
>for) the stereo and am now ready to replace the rear part of the
>steering wheel but could do with some guidance on how to remove the
>front of the steering wheel and the airbag - safely.
>
>the airbag and current front of the steering wheek thats currently in
>the car will be reconnected to the replacement steering wheel as will
>the front of the steering wheel
>
>any guidance greatly appreciated
>
>cheers, jon

If you look at the back of the wheel, you'll see a small hole at six
o'clock. Push an appropriate sixe flat bladed screwdriver in the hole
until it contacts a sprung piece of metal. (Look on the new wheel for
guidance) Just push upward and the airbag will spring off. Do this
with the ignition off. There is no need to disconnect the battery.
Unclip the connectors to the airbag. Make a note of the position of
the flat black one to put it back in the same place. Then undo the
large centre bolt (55 torx, small extension and large bar). Hit the
wheel at opposite points with the palms of your hands to shock it
loose and pull off. Make sure the wheels are straight ahead, and the
steering wheel is straight, so that it goes back on straight.
 
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