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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-16-06, 01:41 PM Thread Starter
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way to remove steering wheel?

I have a 1995 F150. Other than buying a puller (which is not a good option right now), is there any other way to remove the steering wheel?

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Re: way to remove steering wheel?

Does It Have Airbags On The Wheel
If Not Take Off The Rubber Cover To Expose The Nut By Un Screwing The Screws On The Back Of The Wheel.
Loosen The Nut In The Middle The Wheel But Dont Take It All The Way Off,
Grap Either Side And Hank Like Hell Til The Wheel Is Loose, Then Take The Nut Off Along With The Wheel, By Leaving The Nut On You Avoid Having The Wheel Come Back And Smash Into Your Face After It Comes Loose

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Re: way to remove steering wheel?

it does have an air bag and I easily got that removed. I will try that method. thanks
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Re: way to remove steering wheel?

Just a query, if you can afford a 95 F150, why cant you afford $20 to buy a puller?
Personally, I wouldnt risk bending/snapping a steering wheel on a brilliant newer car by wiggling/ pulling the wheel of by hand...

As DangerXY points out, if you go down the route of not using a puller and wiggling the wheel off

MAKE SURE YOU PUT THE NUT BACK ON.

Everyone I know has a story from when they were 16 and smashing themselves in the face..

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