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In case you are unaware, I am partially-retarded. Ask Another Chris. He's seen me wheel.

This being stated, I can't remember how to put my steering wheel back together. I have the wheel pressed on the stud, but that's it. I can't figure out how to put the rest on without having something pressing the horn down (which is infinitely annoying).

Anyone walk me through it or link me a diagram?

My solution is to just cut the horn and put the thing back together however I feel like, but I'd like to get it inspected someday (you know, as if it'd actually pass).

1995 YJ

--Hardy :D:
 

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There is a thin metal plate that goes on after the wheel and before the button. This thing is directional. If it's on the wrong way, or pressed in too far, the horn goes off. Check it. I had it in backwards on mine and that air horn is realllllyy loud.
 

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On 2005-11-23 08:59, TrojanYJ wrote:
In case you are unaware, I am partially-retarded. Ask Another Chris. He's seen me wheel.

So...update?

Also, it was cool to see someone "partially-retarded" jeeping like me trying the same stuff at Shiloh. I get sometimes, 'fully-retarded', by taking my WIFE's Jeep through the stuff the way I do. I owe her one though since the time she did this to my old Dodge.....
 

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