Speedo Bounce FIx

Phil Rose pjrose at frontiernet.net
Tue Nov 14 19:42:24 EST 2006

At 4:55 PM -0500 11/14/06, Peter Schulz wrote:
I've never done the steering wheel removal, and I'd have thought that 
a fair bit more than "an extra 10 minutes" is required. IME, it seems 
unlikely to make IC removal (or replacement) go much faster, although 
it definitely would permit some work to be done on the IC without 
completely removing it--such as bulb replacement.  I'm quite certain 
it wouldn't have helped with respect to that groove "hang-up" issue I 


>I spend the extra 10 minutes to remove the steering wheel after 
>disabling the airbag by separating the connector on the console side 
>of the passenger foot well.
>Just make sure you mark the steering wheel/column before you remove 
>it so that you can reinstall it with the same orientation!
>At 04:40 PM 11/14/2006, Rbade12 at aol.com wrote:
>>In a message dated 11/14/2006 2:42:11 PM Central Standard Time,
>>pjrose at frontiernet.net writes:
>>In fact  my IC required two people to remove it, one to pull strongly upward
>>on the  edge of the dashboard lip, while the other person rotated the IC and
>>and  pulled it out. I surmised that this groove probably was the damage
>>inflicted  by my pounding the top of the dashboard (dozens of 
>>times) to temporarily
>>"correct" various intermittent electrical glitches.  Treat your Audi  nicely
>>or she'll bite you in the ass (or the IC). ;-)
>-Peter Schulz
>Chelmsford Ma, USA
>1995.5 S6 Emerald/Ecru
>1991 200 20v Q Avant Titan Grey
>1991 200 20v Q Avant Indigo Mica (for Sale)
>1991 90 20v Q Red
>1990 CQ silver
>1991 CQ silver  (eS2 recipient)
>1990 CQ red (buyer found)

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