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TexasTexas95

How the heck does this go back on?

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TexasTexas95

I went out to this today and was wondering how to put it back on? I'm stumped......Any help would be appreciated

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oldjeep

That should be fun. You need to get the piece that is still in the wheel out. It is held with an oring and can be difficult to pull. Once you get it out then you can screw the 2 pieces back together.

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oldjeep

After thinking about again. Remove the 6 Allen bolts, then you can just push the piece out of the steering wheen.

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Sunscape fan

How did that happen?

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Pistol Pete

I see a new smartphone holder going right there in the middle.

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TexasTexas95

So the Allen head that goes through the "o-ring " part also screws into the back of the trim piece. It came unthreaded....

I just popped it out, re screwed it back in, and popped the trim piece back in. It was a 30 second job actually. Thanks for the help, she's as good as new. If I hadn't heard that certain part popped out, I'd have tried glue and all kinds of crap before I figured out that it just pops in and out.

Thanks oldjeep. No need to remove all those Allen heads. Just a single flathead behind that white ring and start working it out is all it takes.

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oldjeep

Cool. Yours came out easy then. When I removed the center from mine the oring was pretty well stuck and required a lot of force.

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Afun

Oh No...the Cuisinart lost its Lid! Fix it because that's the most unique looking steering wheel ever...I love it

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