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PostPosted: Thu Nov 29, 2012 1:15 am 
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Is there a tool or something ? i want to take the airbag out of my 2000 sle parts column .

looks like 4 slotted holes ?

also do i still need a steering wheel puller even thou i have the whole column out of the car ?

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 01, 2012 7:57 pm 
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i'm sure someone has taken it off ? will a long screw driver work ? are there like clips ?

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If you want the wheel off the column, you'll need a puller since it's off the car. If it was in the car you wouldn't need a puller, lol.

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A bent screwdriver will work, its what I use.

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I know this is redundant, but pull the fuse and then the battery cables. You really don't want that thing going off during removal.

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Yeah definitely gotta drain the electrical system if the car has been used. Don't know if you are pulling if a jy car or an actual one. That airbag would bust your face or fingers if it goes off.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 4:07 pm 
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Yeah definitely gotta drain the electrical system if the car has been used. Don't know if you are pulling if a jy car or an actual one. That airbag would bust your face or fingers if it goes off.


Whole steering column is out of car just sitting in my room . I cant really sell anything till i break it down .

Hard to find some one that needs a complete steering column with everything , that's gonna pay a decent price for it all ?

any takers before i do break it down .

its in great shape , the stereo button are in good shape and the steering wheel in general .

a side question ?

is it best to sell the driver and passenger front airbags with the module ?

will say one of my airbags work on a car that already poped a airbag ? is the module like have to match the airbags ?

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I know this is redundant, but pull the fuse and then the battery cables. You really don't want that thing going off during removal.


ya i took the battery out of the car before i took out the seats and dash and steering column .

all this stuff is in my bedroom laying around .

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A bent screwdriver will work, its what I use.



so your saying a couple of bent old screwdrivers work instead of that specialty tool ?

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If you want the wheel off the column, you'll need a puller since it's off the car. If it was in the car you wouldn't need a puller, lol.



what about like jamming the steering shaft with like a crow bar so the column cant spin , and try to remove the wheel this way .

Will this work ? I just never took a steering wheel off yet .

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You are pulling the wheel off the splined shaft, perpendicular to it. It's a virtual press-fit. You can "rent" the puller for free at any parts store.

Any Bonneville Air bag will work in any bonneville, no programming needed. The airbag is just a simple circuit. You can set one off with a 9V battery if you want to...

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You are pulling the wheel off the splined shaft, perpendicular to it. It's a virtual press-fit. You can "rent" the puller for free at any parts store.

Any Bonneville Air bag will work in any bonneville, no programming needed. The airbag is just a simple circuit. You can set one off with a 9V battery if you want to...


Of ya there is some funny stuff out there with airbags...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54IiNf0hFAI

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