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Jack jones

6N1 Steering wheel removal

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Jack jones

I have a polo mk4 1997, need to remove steering wheel, no airbag, can you tell me how please. Thanks

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nige8021

First Welcome to the forum.

 

The centre cover with the horn push just pulls off, then disconnect the wiring and then undo the large nut a few turns (this is to stop you smacking the wheel into your face in the next step), try pulling the wheel off, when it comes free , completly remove the nut. refitting is the same in reverse and tighten the nut to 50Nm

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Jack jones

Thanks for the welcome, do you know the size of the centre nut? Thanks

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nige8021

24mm I think ?? been a while since I had to remove one

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Jack jones

Thanks, after asking i tried the 25mm and it is 25mm. I got the steering wheel of and generally looked and cleaned all i could see but the problem is still there. When i push hard on the wheel the horn goes off and sometimes when i turn a córner or even when i start the car, any thoughts? Thanks

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Jack jones

Thanks, after asking i tried the 25mm and it is 25mm. I got the steering wheel of and generally looked and cleaned all i could see but the problem is still there. When i push hard on the wheel the horn goes off and sometimes when i turn a córner or even when i start the car, any thoughts? Thanks

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Jack jones

Thanks Nige, i cant see a way of removing this contact ring from the back of the steering wheel, do I just prise it off? the two spring contact just pull off.

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