We remove the steering wheel when removing the steering column switches, ignition lock, instrument panel and when removing the steering column.
To remove the steering wheel, you need a 19 socket head.
Disconnect the negative terminal of the battery.
We set the steering wheel to the position corresponding to the straight-line movement of the car.
We remove the decorative steering wheel cover by removing its holders from the holes of the contact plate of the horn switch
Disconnect the wire ends from the contact plate
This is how the signal switch wires are located
We unscrew the steering wheel fastening nut, keeping the steering wheel from turning
We mark the relative position of the steering shaft and the steering wheel hub with a felt-tip pen in order to set the steering wheel to its previous position during assembly.
We screw on the steering wheel mounting nut a few turns.
The steering wheel nut must be screwed back onto the shaft in order to avoid injury when the wheel is suddenly disconnected from the steering shaft.
Unscrew the nut completely only after you move the wheel out of place.
With a sharp blow of the hands along the axis of the steering shaft, we knock the steering wheel off the splines of the shaft shank.
We completely unscrew the fastening nut and remove the steering wheel.
Install the steering wheel in the reverse order, aligning the applied marks.
Apply an anaerobic thread lock to the threaded part of the steering shaft shank.
The handlebar nut must be replaced.
We tighten the fastening nut to a torque of 50-62 Nm.
Removing the steering column cover
Use a Phillips screwdriver to unscrew the two screws securing the upper part of the casing
Pull up and remove the upper part of the casing
We unscrew the two screws securing the lower part of the casing to the steering column, located in the recesses on the lower surface of the lower part
And remove the lower part
Install the steering column cover in reverse order.