Remove  Phillips Head Screws and open the cover. Before you touch anything be sure to touch a grounded object.It  will be just fine to remove the static electricity, you may have.
  • Remove Phillips Head Screws and open the cover. Before you touch anything be sure to touch a grounded object.It will be just fine to remove the static electricity, you may have.

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Unplug the cables from the board and be sure to remember where they fit before disassemble them!
  • Unplug the cables from the board and be sure to remember where they fit before disassemble them!

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  • Remove the Phillips Head Screws that hold the base of the steering wheel.Before you remove the wheel please be cautious to remember where the gears attach each other. So it would be very nice if you mark the spot where they are in touch. When you assemble the wheel attach the gears in the same place as they were from factory.

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  • So here is the crack and we are ready to take the wheel apart. The crack is the reason for your loose or play feeling of your wheel. The red circles indicate the spots, where you should open holes with your solder iron! Through these holes the zip ties are going to pass around and make the plastic strong again!

Do you really have to take the wheel off? it seems that one can drill the holes while in place.

Diogo Fula - Reply

  • So we will try to open some holes around the broken plastic, with the solder iron.The holes should be as big as for the zip ties can pass through them.Our aim is to tie the zip ties around the plastic.

Would it be possible to just drill the holes?

M King - Reply

  • So its time to pass the zip ties around the broken plastic and remove the loose or play feeling.

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  • So here is the wheel with zip ties around it. The crack is fixed and zip ties hold it tied and strong again!Time to play some racing games!

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Angelo P

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Thank you! Worked perfect! 10/10 would zip tie steering wheel again

LNswat - Reply

Well i did it and so far it's GREAT! Only thing i did different was drilled the holes because i don't own a soldering tool. Thank you for taking the time to post this fix!

M King - Reply

AMAZING GUIDE!! it really did the trick!!

Matteo Coppola Neri - Reply

I have a problem when I want turn left or right the vibration is high this tutorial will be fix the problem??

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