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PostPosted: Wed Jun 12, 2019 11:21 am 
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Car Model: 9-5 estate 900 8v 95 van
Hi Folks, as you may or may not know we have a 1976 v4 95 project nearing completion. We need to get the steering wheel off. We have managed to remove the lozenge shaped horn cover to expose the plastic pad. The manuals(we have several :roll: ) say there are some screws on the underside of the wheel so you can remove the pad and access the retaining nut. We can’t find any sign of said screws. Any ideas appreciated. :D


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 12, 2019 1:16 pm 
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Car Model: 9-5 estate 900 8v 95 van
Hi all,I found the answer in the “other place”. You remove the rubber pad. Then as it says in the “other place ,” I was brave and gave the plastic a good yank and off it came :D .


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