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Author Topic: indicator stalk  (Read 2515 times)

Offline jonw79

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indicator stalk
« on: November 05, 2015, 02:24:27 PM »
Im not having a good time with my current galaxy.
Yet another problem :'(, the indicator stalk to turn right doesnt work along with the main beam.
Checked all fuses all ok, checked plug on stalk under steering wheel cover wiggled around a bit and it worked, left for a bit came back to it and nothing. Can i remove the stalk on its own or doest it need the entire steering wheel section taking apart

Offline GethThomas

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Re: indicator stalk
« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2015, 11:09:57 AM »
I would take the whole steering wheel apart. When I last had mine off, it was quite easy to take the stalk out. Procedure is quite straightforward, disconnect the battery. Look for two little screws that are in the plastic shroud that covers the steering column. Next, the centre cushion of the steering wheel has big black claw type hooks on the back of it, to you'll need a flat bladed screwdriver, rotate the steering wheel for better access, and prize these hooks off from the back of the steering wheel. The cushion then comes off, disconnect the airbag wire, and the other wires from the back of the cushion. You'll see a large nut in the centre of the steering wheel which holds the wheel onto the steering column, undo this, and the steering wheel comes off.

If you need a hand with any of this, just message me on here, and I'll try and help.



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