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Old 09-29-2002, 09:46 PM   #1
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My brights don't work, because part of the steering wheel column, next to the tilt **** is gone. The spring for the brights keeps popping out because that part of the cover is gone. Does that part have a name, and do I need to get it through a dealership? Thanks!
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go through the dealer ship or get Chilton'* book on your car . Maybe the best 12.00 bucks you'll ever spend cause it will answer 87% of all your questions. Just don't get it dirty cause you will if your reading and fixing at same time . THE BOOK IS THE ANSWER!!!
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Did not mean to sound rude but it'* my answer for the question , again sorry for the abrupt answer but I hate typing . Hope I helped
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No problem, you don't have to apologize. That does help, thanks!
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R U talking about the steering wheel colum case ?? R U also talking about hgih beams ?? If that'* it... I don't know the part number... demi-god Deathrat would know.. and no if that'* the piece you can find it at your local junkyard...I haven't taken a look to see if the steering wheel needs to be removed.. but if it does and you have an airbag steering wheel.. it'* going to take you longer and harder to remove those steering wheels than non airbagged ones

vze3r85p R U talking about the fat Chilton'* bible for 12 bucks ??
I found the cheap a$$ Chilton ones from Crappy Tire for around that price.. but the Chiltons book cost close to 50 bucks in Canada... if that'* true.. maybe you can hook me up ??
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He'* got a point! That sounds like alot of work . And i'm getting tired just thinking about it.
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Actually, taking the airbag out is the easy part. Getting the rest of that crap out is worse. The turn signal arm thingy is spendy, and a nightmare to change. Amy, the thingy isn't broken, is it? I'm hoping it'* just the shroud. That'd be a junkyard part for sure. Do you have a digital camera? Get where I'm going with this?
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Actually, taking the airbag out is the easy part. Getting the rest of that crap out is worse. The turn signal arm thingy is spendy, and a nightmare to change. Amy, the thingy isn't broken, is it? I'm hoping it'* just the shroud. That'd be a junkyard part for sure. Do you have a digital camera? Get where I'm going with this?
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LMFAO !!!!!! Kiddin around.... Teubok is going to kick me off soon at this rate ha ha ha....Damm Canadians ...
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Here'* a link to the photo...is there another way to post photos on here?? Yup, it'* my high beams that aren't working. I have a Haynes book, but it'* lousy because it covers several different cars. Grrr.


http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum6/HTML/010701.html
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Actually, taking the airbag out is the easy part. Getting the rest of that crap out is worse. The turn signal arm thingy is spendy, and a nightmare to change. Amy, the thingy isn't broken, is it? I'm hoping it'* just the shroud. That'd be a junkyard part for sure. Do you have a digital camera? Get where I'm going with this?
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LMFAO !!!!!! Kiddin around.... Teubok is going to kick me off soon at this rate ha ha ha....Damm Canadians ...

I....nah, I'm not even going to touch that one Drifter.
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