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Steering wheel adjustment

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by Higgsy, Jan 15, 2011.

  1. Higgsy
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    Higgsy Hard To Spin

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    [Jan 15, 2011]
    Hello all.

    Just a quick one, my steering wheel is a few degrees to the right and was wondering how hard it is to remove it and move it a few degrees to the left?

    Obviously pulling fuses is a given, im guessing airbag and horn?

    As usual any help is appreciated.

    Cheers
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    [Jan 15, 2011]
    Don't need to pull any fuses, just disconnect the live batt; terminal, undo the two small air-bag torx bolts so you can get to the large torx;bolt that holds the s/wheel on, remove and re-line s/wheel ....
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    [Jan 15, 2011]
    Thanks alot mate, ill get on it
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    You'll probably find next time you have your tracking done it's off centre again!
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    You'll find when you re-connect the batt; that your ESP light will be on,,, don't panic just drive 100yards down the road and it will re-set it's self... job done !
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    [Jan 16, 2011]
    dont forget if your removing the steering wheel you should recalibrate the steering angles with a diagnostic machine ,
    idealy the steering wheel should be reset using the track rod ends as this is how it was put out in the first place probably .
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