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Old 03-02-2005, 01:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I was wondering if it was possible to install an E46 steering wheel in an E36 M3.
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with a couple modifications it is do able.
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u wouldnt happen to know how to do it would you?
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O and I dont think the airbag would work.
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and what mods might they be
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You have to modify the slip ring. Your horn prob wouldnt work nor the radio controls. Its not safe wouldnt suggest it but you could bolt it up if you wanted to.
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Hi,I'm new to this forum. What king of modifies are required? There is a "how to.. manual" for do the conversion? The airbags types are differentes: one is 1 stage and the other is 2 stage. It will function with the original airbag electronic?
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