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Old 03 May 2010, 03:31 am
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Default How do I take the steering wheel off of a 1990 Acura Integra?

I tried unscrewing the screw behind the wheel which loosens up the horn button area, but the top of it still seems to be intact. I don't want to force things so I didn't take the chance of yanking it off... I believe I need to get under there but I just want to make sure first... Is this normal? is there a hidden bolt/screw somewhere? Should I go ahead and take off the cover?

if so... Once I get it off, what are the next steps to removing the steering wheel and reinstalling them?

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Old 03 May 2010, 04:01 am
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You need a steering wheel puller here is a link where you can buy one

Sorry its super long, but yeah its about 10 bucks and you will not have any luck with out it. For anymore help visit
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