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hello
i'm trying to change the column switch on my 82gtv6

first i need to remove the steering wheel i guess..
is there a procedure to follow in a maintenance book somewhere ?

would a regular wheel extractor work ?
thank you !
 

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Welcome Miles !!
Some pullers will work, but due to the deep, narrow opening of the steering hub, you need the proper LONG bolts.
 

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Welcome Miles !!
Some pullers will work, but due to the deep, narrow opening of the steering hub, you need the proper LONG bolts.
ok - thanks
wheel is not stock. MOMO ..
i'm selling it btw
so i'll take a picture of the assembly and post it here. doesn't look like it's be easy ...
 

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I have a few MOMO wheels in cars around here, send me a pic of the hub looking in at the steering shaft nut and I'll give you advise on what to use.
Not a hard job with the right tools.
 

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I have a few MOMO wheels in cars around here, send me a pic of the hub looking in at the steering shaft nut and I'll give you advise on what to use.
Not a hard job with the right tools.
here are the pictures.. Hope you can help fron there !!
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Thread the nut flush on the end of the steering shaft. Rent a bearing puller tool set from your local auto parts store (free). Mount the large bearing collar behind the black wrinkle-finished wheel adapter and screw in the two legs. Assemble the bridge on the legs and screw in the forcing shaft to remove the wheel. The puller bridge can be assembled through the legs of the adapter, if necessary.
 
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