The steering column and steering shaft
Fig. 4.5. The steering column and steering shaft vehicles with hydraulic power steering: 1 - driver airbag; 2 - the steering wheel; 3 - the multi-selector; 4 - the top casing of a steering column; 5 - lock lock the steering column; 6 - a steering column; 7 - joint; 8 - dust cover; 9 - a bolt 13-18 Nm; 10 - a spring; 11 - the lever of the tilt adjustment of the steering column; 12 - special bolt lock steering lock; 13 - the bottom casing of a steering column; 14 - bolt airbags, 8-11 Nm
Fig. 4.6. The steering column and steering shaft vehicles with electronic steering system (EPS): 1 - driver airbag; 2 - the steering wheel; 3 - the top casing of a steering column; 4 - a steering column; 5 - the hinge; 6 - dust cover; 7 - electric motor; 8 - bolt 13-18 Nm; 9 - the multi-selector; 10 - the bottom casing of a steering column; 11 - hour spring;
12 - bolt airbags
The steering column and steering shaft vehicles with hydraulic power steering are shown in Fig. 4.5,
a steering system with electronic steering (EPS) - on Fig. 4.6.
On the reverse side of the steering wheel with an Allen wrench, remove the screws and remove the air cushion of the driver (DAB).
Remove the pin driver's airbag and horn button.
Loosen the nut of the steering wheel.
After applying the marks on the steering shaft and steering wheel special tool (09561-11001), remove the steering wheel.
Do not shoot down the steering wheel with a hammer - so you can damage the injury-preventing mechanism of the steering column.
Remove the screws and remove the upper and lower casings of a steering column.
Remove the lower trim dashboard.
Remove the lever opening the bonnet and disconnect the diagnostic socket DLC (Data Link Connector).
Remove the bottom of the frame facing the instrument panel.
Disconnect connectors and remove the multi-selector.
Fig. 4.7. Arrangement of a bolt (1), the hinge connecting the shaft pinion steering
Remove the bolt connecting the hinge to the shaft gear steering transmission (Fig. 4.7).
Remove the joint from the steering gear.
Remove the four bolts securing the steering column and remove the steering column.
Remove the bolt connecting the steering column shaft to the hinge and remove the hinge.
If you must remove the ignition switch / lock the steering lock, a hacksaw propylene groove in the head bolts of the ignition switch. Flat-blade screwdriver, unscrew the bolt of the ignition switch.
Check the steering shaft for damage or wear.
Check the hinges on the absence of backlash, damage, or difficulty moving.
Check spring bracket and an adjustable steering column for cracks and damage.
Check the operation of the lock mechanism locks the steering.
When installing the ignition switch on the steering column tube temporarily align the ignition switch with the tide on the steering column. After checking the operation of the ignition switch, tighten the bolts to cutting their heads.
Install the dust cover and the hinge of the intermediate shaft to the steering shaft.
Fig. 4.8. Place screwing the bolt head with the cut for fixing the ignition switch
When installing the ignition switch is necessary to use a new bolt from the cutting head (Fig. 4.8).
Fig. 4.9. The position of the intermediate hinge shaft on the steering shaft (1) and the shaft (2) of the steering gear mechanism
Align the intermediate shaft from the steering column joint on the gear shaft, and temporarily tighten the bolt connections (Fig. 4.9).
Install the steering column assembly to the bracket and secure with four bolts.
Do not hit with a hammer on the steering wheel to install it - so can damage the injury-preventing mechanism of the steering column.
Set multifunction switch and connect the connectors.
Install the upper and lower casings of a steering column.
Install the steering wheel.