Re: [DML] Steering Column Surround
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Re: [DML] Steering Column Surround

Very common damage. Happens when someone tries to take the cover off
and doesn't notice the screws underneath and forces the trim off.
Easily repairable. Missing or cracked pieces are a bigger problem.
Likly that someone may come up with a cross/over where these trim
parts are used in another car. BTW some squeaks and creaks give a car
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "welmoedj" <joe.dalton@...> wrote:
> Hi Chris,
> I know of this problem. My car had the same type of cracked plastic 
> around the nut.
> I had all the pieces inside the cover and after taking the metal nut 
> out I glued the parts together with the nut in it.
> Then I used thin wire (the kind they use to bind metal netting 
> together - approx .5 mm -), wound that a couple of times around the 

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