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Old 08-03-2006, 01:18 PM   #1
 
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Default Steering Wheel Removal. 2000 Accord SE.

Anybody Know how to remove the steering wheel? couldnt find the topic about this so i just started new Topic's. Want to install a quick release but not really sure how to remove the steering wheel. Any help will be appreciated, Thanks.
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1. Make sure to park the car with wheels straight.
2. Disconnect negative battery cable, and then positive cable.
3. Remove access plate from bottom of steering wheel. Unplug the yellow 2-pin connector.
4. Remove the access panels from each side of the steering wheel, then remove the torx bolts. Pull off the airbag module and set it in a safe place.
5. Unplug the connectors for the cruise control and horn.
6. Remove the steering wheel bolt. Remove the steering wheel using a steering wheel puller.
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Thanks, The pictures will be helpfull.
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