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Unread 05-27-2006, 10:30 PM   #1
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you generally have to remove the steering wheel to make it easier, but i know some do it without doing so.

this is for an E36:
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Make sure you don't hook up the battery and turn on the key with the airbag still disconneted if you do take the steering wheel off. It will throw the SRS light and it really sucks. I still haven't got my light reset and I replaced my dash bulbs 6 months ago. You need a special tool that cost at least $80 to reset the light, or you have to take it to the stealership.
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its a very st8 forward procedure, just remove a few screws (i think 4, cant remember) and u can slide it out, yes it is doable to slide it out w/the steering wheel in place, however some people prefer removing the steering wheel for some reason, also, at the same time you can get gauge cluster rings that give it a very nice sporty look for dirt cheap
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