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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-16-2003, 12:36 PM
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Can some one point in a direction to find this. I had a "friend" replace the key. He got it to the point where you needed a puller and now I need to know how to get it back together.

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Re: Exploded view of steering wheel

What Jeep does your "friend" have? Is it a tilt column or not. We need all the information in order to even start to answer your question.
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It's not a tilt
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Prepare for a reply from LEVE! Get a Haynes manual. Well worth the money.
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I have a Haynes, the problm is I have a bag of parts and I'm not sure what the reciever, bushing or contact plate are. This is why I wanted to see an exploded diagram. If any one has this information I'd appreciate them sharing.

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What Jeep are you looking for? I need to know what Jeep you need a diagram for. My Chilton's has them for a lot of different year's and they are all different. My Chilton's is for 1945 to 1987, if it is one of these years, I can help. Please tell me what year the Jeep is.
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Re: Exploded view of steering wheel

1. Welcome to the forum.
2. Please complete your user profile:[*] It's a nice thing to do.[*] It's helps to know who we're talkin' to.[*] It helps to know what's your ride.[*]It helps to know the local in which you live.

3. Read the New Posters Message at the top of the forum.
4. Participate! Two brains are better'n one!
5. Now you've had a good lesson in completion of your profile,
6. But on to the problem...
6. If I remember correctly, the parts you're referring to do not change from tilt to non-tilt wheel.
7. It's almost Pure GM...
8. So go Here.
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