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Old 10-25-2012, 09:22 AM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Steering Wheel Replacement

all right, people. here it is. my own DIY steering wheel swap. this job isn't hard at all. anyone who has basic tool knowledge and who changes their oil/tire rotation on a regular basis can do this.

1st. disconnect the battery

2nd.

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unscrew this nut and one more on the opposite side.

3rd.

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the airbag will now be able to come off, but be careful and be slow. if you man-handle the airbag, it can possibly knock you in the face. there are two connectors attached to the airbag.
disconnect the two wires as shown

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you will need this tool to complete the job. this can be either bought or rented from any of the big 3 auto chain stores. i forgot the price on this, but it should be under 30 dollars.

5th.

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take off the center nut first. it will have some torque to it so don't be afraid to give it some strength. after you take the center nut off, you will see two threads (marked by the white arrows). that is where you will place the two bolts that come in your puller kit.

after the puller kit is in place, just ratchet away and the steering wheel will pop off. when placing on the replacement wheel, you will see a notch in the center of the steering wheel and another small notch on the steering wheel thread. these notches need to be lined up when inserting the new steering wheel or your steering wheel will be crooked.

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and that is it for this DIY. it's simple and straight forward. for people doing this for the first time, it should not exceed longer than an hour. if A-N-Y-O-N-E has any questions, you gotta LET-ME-KNOW! i can't help you if you don't ask!!!
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Old 10-25-2012, 12:55 PM   #2
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Nice DIY. Thank you!
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Thanks for the write up bro!

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can you swap in a 6.5 wheel? I like the idea of having my buttons lit up.
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can you swap in a 6.5 wheel? I like the idea of having my buttons lit up.
Huh, my buttons light in my 06
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really? my '05 does not
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Originally Posted by Smokin5s View Post
can you swap in a 6.5 wheel? I like the idea of having my buttons lit up.
yes, you can put in a 6.5 steering wheel on and that is exactly what i did with my install. i did it with the hopes of nissan upgrading the leather. the lights, however, will not light up unless you rig it somehow. i couldn't be bothered to do so.
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Thanks for the write up
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thanks man
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has anyone ever wired the wheel to lite up?
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When disconecting the battery do you disconect both the positive and negative terminal or just negative? And how long after you disconect the battery should you start?
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Has anyone tried installing a heated steering wheel and know how to make it work? It would be cool to buy a heated one and install it...
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I thought all maxis had heated stearin

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Thanks for the D.I.Y,... Much appreciated!!!
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When disconecting the battery do you disconect both the positive and negative terminal or just negative? And how long after you disconect the battery should you start?
i always heard it is recommended to disconnect the negative. when you do disconnect the negative cable, make sure it doesn't come in contact with anything metal. you can start right after the battery is disconnected.

you will lose all of your radio stations, btw. so you might want to write them down somewhere if that matters to you.
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Has anyone tried installing a heated steering wheel and know how to make it work? It would be cool to buy a heated one and install it...
my max specifically came with the heating function and when i was searching for a replacement steering wheel, the listing had normal steering wheels and then heated ones. so i think the only way to make a heated steering wheel work on a max without the heating function is if someone could rig the controls.

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Thanks for the D.I.Y,... Much appreciated!!!
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Nice DIY. Thank you!
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I do believe that the factory manual states to wait 15-20 minutes after disconnecting the battery before you touch any connections related to the airbag. There could still be residual electricity in the circuits, and you want to give it a chance to dissipate.
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I do believe that the factory manual states to wait 15-20 minutes after disconnecting the battery before you touch any connections related to the airbag. There could still be residual electricity in the circuits, and you want to give it a chance to dissipate.
Instead of waiting that long just hold the brake pedal for 20 seconds to bleed out all the electrical current left AFTER removing the negative terminal
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Great write-up. I swear, some of you guys are genuises!!! You guys make some car mysteries look so simple. I never knew changing the steering would be so simple.

LOL< looking at our write up I am so scared wondering if someone can do this and forget to tighten the steering wheel. I hope that never happens to anyone.
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I do believe that the factory manual states to wait 15-20 minutes after disconnecting the battery before you touch any connections related to the airbag. There could still be residual electricity in the circuits, and you want to give it a chance to dissipate.
i did not know that. once i disconnected the battery, i went right into the install with no issues/problems. i didn't have the FSM when i did this job the first time around. just went with what i found on google lol
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Great write-up. I swear, some of you guys are genuises!!! You guys make some car mysteries look so simple. I never knew changing the steering would be so simple.

LOL< looking at our write up I am so scared wondering if someone can do this and forget to tighten the steering wheel. I hope that never happens to anyone.
we all have to start somewhere! i was at a point where i thought all this was impossible or just out of my league, but with patience, trial and error, learning from mistakes (sometimes expensive mistakes) and courage, you'll get through it.
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thanks for this,, im just waiting on my custom steering wheel to get here from redlinegoods,,, i wasnt aware i needed that tool though,, is it %100 neccesary/?
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