Steering Wheel

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  1. BLUE WHEELS

    BLUE WHEELS Member

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    Eugene, OR, USA
    This is the year to give the 1976 Camaro lots of care. Working on the steering, frame, new steering box, interior (new foam, new carpet, new
    upholstery, new door locks, new rubber seals for doors.

    OK, so in the process of needing a bit of help getting the steering
    box to line up with the spindle, I just noticed I think they put my
    steering wheel on upside down. Here is a PIC.

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    I need someone to verify I am CORRECT on this......

    BLUE WHEELS
     
    Last edited: Oct 1, 2012
  2. B.M.

    B.M. Veteran Member

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    That cap will snap on in a few different positions,so i dont think you could use that as an indicator of anything.
     
  3. mgoad1971

    mgoad1971 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Houston, Texas
    You can also flip the logo inside the cap, it's much easier than flipping the steering wheel!!
     
  4. BLUE WHEELS

    BLUE WHEELS Member

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    Oct 26, 2003
    Eugene, OR, USA
    Thanks for trying guys.
    ANSWER: it is indeed UPSIDE DOWN. Ever since they put it back together
    the turning signal has been messed up. I took it back to them and is still
    under warranty, so didn't charge me at all. They said the lights don't
    work right as steering wheel put back on incorrectly.

    occam's razor: all things being equal, the simplist answer is the right one.
     

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