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Old 03-13-2003, 07:00 PM   #1
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Default M8 Wheel Is Loose!

Can sombody explain where the screw is that holds the steering wheel in place on the Airtronics M8? The wheel on my caliber has a little thing that pops off in the middle to hide the screw but i cant figure out where it is on my m8 and the wheel is really loose.

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Old 03-13-2003, 07:07 PM   #2
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The center cap on the M8 wheel comes off, but it's difficult to get it off without damage. If you inspect it you will see that it has tabs that lock it in place, three I think. Try to gently pry it off at the tabs, the screw is underneath. Worse comes to worse you can get a replacement. Good luck.
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Thanks NTC3NUT! I was able to use 2 samller flathead scredrivers and carefully pry upwards inbetween the spokes of the wheel to pop it off. All Fixed!

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