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Steering Column Multi Switch, RHD Mk1 Non Airbag, Up To Vin 3082
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Steering Column Multi Switch, RHD Mk1 Non Airbag, Up To Vin 3082

Steering Column Multi Switch, RHD Mk1 Non Airbag, Up To Vin 3082

[SI506]
£202.16 inc Vat
by Steven Turner
Date Added: Sunday 09 September, 2007
This was fairly easy to swap and fixed a wobbly light stalk and an issue with the lights wanting to stay up. I tried changing the motor relay but secretly knew that this could have been the cause. The indicators feel solid now and there is a slightly more cushioned feel when using the indicator switch.

Tip : I found an easy method for getting the steering wheel off. Grasp the wheel on the left and right sides and create a rocking motion alternating from side to side. Repeat again holding the top and center of the wheel. Do this several times (needs a little force) and eventually it will come off. Make sure you leave the centre nut on the steering wheel a little bit as it will stop you hitting yourself in the face if the wheel suddenly comes off. LOL. If you try to shock the wheel off you could collapse the steering column so don't go reaching for any hammers.

The part was pricey but the alternative was e-bay and I am guessing that some of these could have problems. Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]

Average Customer Review: 5.0 of 5 Stars! [After 4 Reviews]


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