- - new steering wheel;
- - Allen key;
- - Phillips and flat-blade screwdriver
- - spacer to install new vehicles;
- - manual of your vehicle.
Open the hood of the car and disconnect the negative terminal of the battery by unscrewing the nut.So you minimize the risk of short-circuit-board power supply, which can occur during the dismantling of the old steering wheel.
Set the steering wheel to its original position.The wheels of the car thus should stand straight.Check the manual of your model.It describes the procedure to be changing the car wheel.
Remove the outer casing.Usually it is mounted on a special latch.To remove it, you
need to make a little effort.Sometimes the cover is attached to the rear side by means of screws.In this case, you need to carefully unscrew the bolt.
find the mechanism that activates the horn of the car.Gently unplug it and remove the bolts securing it.After that, remove the body, hooked his flat blade screwdriver.
Disconnect the airbag, if available in your configuration.To do this, locate three wires and disconnect terminals.Carefully remove the pillow and check its integrity.
Find a central nut that secures the wheel to the steering shaft.Remove the pin.If it is broken, it should be replaced.Unscrew the nut socket wrench.
Remove the steering wheel from the shaft, pulling it out with a little effort.Now you need to install the new drive.
Perform all the steps in reverse order, if you install the wheel, identical to the original.If you want to install the steering wheel of another type, should carefully read the instructions that came with it.
Put on a special prorate the steering shaft, which is to be packaged together with a new wheel.Next, install the new steering wheel and secure it with a nut.
Do not forget to connect the electronic circuit instead of the airbag in the event that the new steering wheel is not the place for it.Such a scheme should deceive the electronic system, emulating the signal from the airbag.
Tip 2: How to change a car wheel
When driving comfort is very important.It is not only achieved by having comfortable seats and soft, but also due to choose the right steering wheel.Every motorist can install it yourself.
- - pencil;
- - head;
- - a hammer;
- - a Phillips head screwdriver.
Remove the key from the ignition, it will facilitate the work.After disconnect the negative terminal on the battery, so as not to fall prey to short-circuit.Then unscrew the wheel until such time as the anti-theft mechanism does not block it.To set the steering wheel straight, put a pencil mark on the dashboard and the steering column.Then use a screwdriver to disassemble the trim, which is located on the steering wheel cushion, to have access to the mounting screws.These screws (screws) unscrew.
Remove the wheel.In most cases this can be done using a screwdriver or knife.Remove the bracket (nameplate), to gain access to the other parts that hold the steering wheel in place.Some designs are more simple, and in order to remove the cover steering, it is enough to hook knife.Do this so as not to damage the attachment.
Disconnect the horn and then remove it to locate under him nuts.Remove the steering wheel nut by unscrewing it with a key-head.This key is required, since it is impossible to get to the nuts using a standard wrench.
Remove the steering wheel, sway from side to side.If your efforts are unsuccessful, try to knock a little wheel hands or try to hammer, but be careful that the attacks were not as strong.Most often you need no more than three hammer blows.After that, the old steering wheel is removed.
Apply new wheel labels, removing them from the old.Then install it in the same position.Then tighten the nut and replace the horn.Then follow the steps described above in reverse order, in any case, without breaking it.
If your car is equipped with an air bag, show special attention to the performance of work, as the airbag may at any time to jump out.