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Old 11-15-2012, 08:44 AM
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Yes. You need one of these and about a day for the work.

You can replace the "security screws" with regular metric round head socket cap screws. To remove the old security screws, either do the hammer and chisel routine from here: or slot the old screw heads with a Dremel cutoff disc and use an offset screwdriver to unscrew them. They are the worst part of the entire job. (yes, that says "tilt steering wheel retrofit", but the information you need is within that DIY article)
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