[DML] Steering wheel removal question
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[DML] Steering wheel removal question



I tried pulling my steering wheel so that I could put in the new 
turn signal/horn arm and wiper control arm in. From waht I can see, 
i would need to pull the steering wheel, slide up the old, and slide 
in the new. Connect up the wires and I should be good to go (my 
wiper control amr is broken off, along with the underside of the 
steering column (thank you to PJGrady on the steering column) to be 
the only site I could find a replacement for. 

That aside, I pulled the centre nut off (it came off pretty easy) 
but when I used the steering wheel puller (Harmonics tool i think it 
is called) i "rented" from Autozone, and found that the screws/bolts 
it came with do not screw into the holes contained on the steering 
wheel towards the centre hub. 

Does anyone know what thread size and width for the bolt that I need 
to put in there in order to pull the wheel? I guess I could buy a 
whole bunch of bolts from ACE Hardware, and see what fits, but do 
not really want to spend the money on extra bolts i am just going to 
throw away 10 minutes after purchase. 

I have pulled them off of old American cars, no problem with the 
same tool, but the hole and thread size is different on the Delorean.









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