FW: Steering wheel help

Kneale Brownson knotnook at traverse.com
Mon Apr 19 10:37:29 EDT 2004

The airbag module is held in place by a couple of Torx head screws (T-30,
if I remember correctly) available through openings on each side of the
back of the steering wheel.  I put the Torx driver in a 1/4" drive socket
in order to turn the screws because there's no room for a straight driver.

At 10:48 PM 4/18/2004 -0400, Beer, Jerald S. wrote:
>> The center housing that holds the air bag has apparently come  loose
>> (something always seems to happen after I let my SO drive the car). It
>> appears to be held in by something.  I don't see anything holding it
>> can move the top and the bottome so that the whole assembly rotates a
>> fowrwards and backwards at the top and bottom. I would guess it is
>held in
>> at the 4 corners of the 4 spoke wheel. If I push hard, I can get the
>> sound. So if I have the car off, do I just give it a couple of  real
>> pushes to pop it in?? I obviously don't want the airbag to deploy, so
>> advice would be helpful. Thx

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