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Dan Heston

Steering wheel and ring removal for 51 Coronet

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 Not having owned a car like yours, am just guessing here.......look or feel on the back side of the horn ring center, around the center

of the wheel for any recessed holes that may  contain bolts to attach the horn ring from the rear side.

 

If there are no holes/bolts on the back side of the wheel center, then I think there is a method of gently prying out the

horn center.  Hopefully some true experts will add better info.  Do you have a parts or repair manual for your car? 

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Push down and turn CCW the center horn button.... it should pop up. Yours does too as long as its the stock wheel and horn ring.

There are three "L" tangs that need to be turned CCW...

 

Horn Button 1951-54 Three Tang.JPG

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