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Old 07-11-2004, 12:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hello everybody, i am new here. i got some question

i got a momo steering wheel today, but i don't know how to fit it... it's much different to japanese car, and i've never done this before..my car is e36 320

could u guys give me a hand about this? thanks
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you could have a slight problem with the airbag if you have one.
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you might have a problem when the airbag is disconnected and the car is on...I'm not sure about that because i have never tried to start the car with the airbag unplugged....but if its not a problem and you have the 4 spoke steering wheel w/ airbag, there are 2 torque screws on the back of the steering wheel I believe they use a T30 ....when you unscrew those you should be able to take the airbag off...once removing the airbag you will see a bolt in the middle that holds the wheel on once you take that off the wheel can be removed....now make sure your wheels are straight or your gonna have a hell of a time trying to get the wheel aligned to the front wheels...also make sure you disconnect the battery when working with the SRS system , don't want an accidental deployment....let me know if you need more specifics B)
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