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Username Post: 57 Bel Air horn cap removal, how?        (Topic#355490)
Beltfed 
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03-04-19 04:20 PM - Post#2761306    

I’m trying to remove steering wheel in an attempt to get the gauge/speedometer cluster out. I can’t get by first step of removing the horn cap. The manual says to ‘pry’ it off. Well, using two medium size pry bars and putting as much pressure as I dare, it won’t budge. Does it indeed ‘pry off’ or twist and turn, or a hidden fastener? Thanks.



 
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acardon 
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acardon
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Reg: 03-25-05
03-04-19 04:27 PM - Post#2761307    
    In response to Beltfed

There is a hole in each spoke with a clutch head screw (if they are original) holding the cap on.

Don
66 Corvair (driving)
57 2dr HT (driving)
56 2dr HT (waiting to be restored)


 
Belair-o 
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03-05-19 06:51 AM - Post#2761356    
    In response to acardon

What Don said. You might try a mirror to see the screw heads, so you know what driver to use.
Regards, Doug



 
Beltfed 
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03-06-19 10:41 AM - Post#2761451    
    In response to acardon

Thanks guys. I found the two clutch head screws. Thank goodness you are more informed than the shop repair manual and the factory assembly manual. I’ve worked on a lot of different old cars (Packard, Studebakers, etc.). The information is sometimes somewhat sketchy but just flat wrong like these chevy manuals, never.



 
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