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    Hi,

    Steering wheel of my civic is slightly off ( 1'O clock position ) when driving straight. can it be adjusted without much hassle?

    Danish


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    Yes its easy , had the same problem with my 95 when i had to repair the horn button of the steering wheel. Just tell your mechanic it'll take just 5 min. But how did it happen?


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    Do you know how to do it? I don't want my mechanic to touch that It happens after I got my ignition switch changed.

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    Take out the H logo from the steering using a flat screwdriver, behind it you will see a bolt. Use the wheel spanner to open the bolt, and take off the steering. Make sure the wheels are in straight position, then reinstall the steering but dont put on the bolt just yet. Drive the car a little to see if its straight, then put on the bolt. If its not straight, adjust as required by taking off the steering again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverickiz3d View Post
    Take out the H logo from the steering using a flat screwdriver, behind it you will see a bolt. Use the wheel spanner to open the bolt, and take off the steering. Make sure the wheels are in straight position, then reinstall the steering but dont put on the bolt just yet. Drive the car a little to see if its straight, then put on the bolt. If its not straight, adjust as required by taking off the steering again.
    Thanks. I'll try that

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