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martin jones, UK Car Mechanic
Category: UK Car
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Experience:  25 years as a mechanic and mot tester, owned own business for 10 years city and guilds trained
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How do I remove the steering wheel on a 2004 citroen

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how do I remove the steering wheel on a 2004 citroen berlingo
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: UK Car
Expert:  martin jones replied 1 year ago.

Hi there and welcome to JA.COM, i will try to assist you with your problem, first of all since you will be removing the airbag i would suggest you disconnect the vehicle battery and leave the car unattended for at least 10 minutes, the next thing to remove is the airbag from the steering wheel, this is held in place with either torx screws or clips internally, access is gained at the back of the steering wheel, if you look behind you will see two holes one each side, once the airbag is removed you will see the wiring connector, this needs to be removed as with the horn wire, you then need to remove the two parts of the plastic cowling, then unscrew the rotary coulpler, once this is removed you will be able to access the steering wheel bolt/nut, before you remove the wheel mark position, it may have a master spline, hope this helps, kindest regards ***** ***** you require any further help please ask, if not please press the GREEN BUTTON to accept as this is how i get paid, once again regards martin

Expert:  martin jones replied 1 year ago.

Hi there, just a quick follow up to see if you require any further help, kindest regards martin.