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    HELP - Name of Rubber Piece Around Steering Column - HELP

    Hey guys,

    In the image below I have circled in red the piece I am trying to find. Its just the rubber piece around the column and I am simply looking to purchase one, or at least find the technical name of the piece so I could purchase a new one. If you have one I will buy it from you. Or if you could post a link to a location or site I could buy one that would be great. If all you know is the name of the piece please post that below.

    (Its a 1991 BMW 325iX with airbag)

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    Thanks in advance,

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    #2
    I'm pretty sure that's just upper steering column trim. Here's a diagram:

    http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...76&hg=32&fg=35

    It looks like they include it as part of the steering wheel itself, which is odd.
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      #3
      Originally posted by ELVA164 View Post
      I'm pretty sure that's just upper steering column trim. Here's a diagram:

      http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...76&hg=32&fg=35

      It looks like they include it as part of the steering wheel itself, which is odd.
      Not a part of the trim, it is made of rubber and is indeed a part of the wheel but can be separated. I remember it from when i pulled my airbag wheel off the car. There are a lot of them at the bone yards but none of the cars have keys and wheel lock is engaged so worthless...
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        #4
        use a cordless drill and just drill the ignition^
        1991 318is ---230K - DD
        1991 318i ---- 308K - retired

        Originally posted by RickSloan
        so if you didnt get it like that did you glue fuzzy oil to the entire thing?
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