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Got myself a newly retrimmed wheel from royalsteeringwheels and want to know how to fit it. More importantly, how to remove the steering wheel from my car?
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its one of the things I wrote up (with pics) on my modification thread mate. its on this page.....

http://www.civinfo.com/forum/modific...er-mods-6.html

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I reckon this is the direct link Clinton, I hope you don't mind http://www.civinfo.com/forum/showthread.php?p=2166090

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I reckon this is the direct link Clinton, I hope you don't mind CDT's 2.2 Alabaster silver mods.... - Page 6 - Civinfo
not at all bud. As long as the OP sees it and it helps
you ok Lee?
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not at all bud. As long as the OP sees it and it helps
you ok Lee?
True, the OP does seem to be posting the same question in other sub forums.
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Spot on guys! Thanks so much!


Yeah, accidentally posted in the wrong bit to start off with haha
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Spot on guys! Thanks so much!


Yeah, accidentally posted in the wrong bit to start off with haha
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Hope the fitting goes well.
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Rather than starting another thread I hope the op doesn't mind me asking. I want a replacement wheel too. I have an EX with all the nav buttons. Can I only get a new ex wheel or is the plastic trim and all the buttons interchangeable. I only want a new leather wheel bit and can use the existing airbag and buttons etc.
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Are they leads for the steering wheel controls?

im trying to figure out how they will work with the new wheel...
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Rather than starting another thread I hope the op doesn't mind me asking. I want a replacement wheel too. I have an EX with all the nav buttons. Can I only get a new ex wheel or is the plastic trim and all the buttons interchangeable. I only want a new leather wheel bit and can use the existing airbag and buttons etc.
yes I believe they are interchangeable. You might want to do a bit of research to make sure you are happy with what to do first though...
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Are they leads for the steering wheel controls?

im trying to figure out how they will work with the new wheel...
not really sure without seeing what you are changing the OEM for mate
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im changing the oem wheel for an identical oem wheel, its just been re trimmed. So im just trying to figure out how to reassemble the buttons.
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im changing the oem wheel for an identical oem wheel, its just been re trimmed. So im just trying to figure out how to reassemble the buttons.
should just be a case of removing what you have and reassembling it onto the new steering wheel then mate
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Thank you everyone, all fitted and looking superb.

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