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Old 03-26-2015, 02:43 PM   #29
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What kit did you use that included the 2 OHM resisters
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Anyone have problems putting a grip royal wheel with a works bell hub and nrg quick release on? I can't get anything to line up right do I need a adapter? Do I rotate the hub over a few teeth? If I do that the clock spring is off and abs and traction lights stay on
how did you fix the slip and abs light problem. having the same thing with the works bell hub and nrg quick release
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how did you fix the slip and abs light problem. having the same thing with the works bell hub and nrg quick release

Buddy of mine at Toyota had to reset the position of the clock spring off center by a turn everything works fine
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Buddy of mine at Toyota had to reset the position of the clock spring off center by a turn everything works fine
So if I go to Toyota, they will do this for me.? I thought it's illegal for dealerships/car shops to work on aftermarket steering wheels?
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So if I go to Toyota, they will do this for me.? I thought it's illegal for dealerships/car shops to work on aftermarket steering wheels?

They won't do it for you we did it after work
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They won't do it for you we did it after work
Do you think you can ask your friend how to know when the clockspring is properly positioned right? I've been trying to figure this out for months. I've tried different resistors, I've ask friends to help, still no fix yet
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Do you think you can ask your friend how to know when the clockspring is properly positioned right? I've been trying to figure this out for months. I've tried different resistors, I've ask friends to help, still no fix yet

What kinda wheel are you running?
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Just an nrg. With works bell
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Nrg with works bell hub
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Nrg with works bell hub

Clock spring should turn 2 and a half turns each way don't try to spin it past that to hard you will snap the flat wire inside there should be a clear window on the front face of it that should show a orange gear that lets you know it's at top dead center as for the nrg hub I believe you can just set it on without having to spin it around or anything
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Just an nrg. With works bell

Not using a quick release?
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Not using a quick release?

Sorry, I meant to put nrg wheel and quick release with works bell hub.
So if it's centered, it needs to be 2 1/2 turns each way? I noticed there's a clear window with the orange part in there. That should be on what side once I turned it center ?
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Sorry, I meant to put nrg wheel and quick release with works bell hub.

So if it's centered, it needs to be 2 1/2 turns each way? I noticed there's a clear window with the orange part in there. That should be on what side once I turned it center ?

On the left if I recall.. I believe the nrg quick release should then just bolt on and your wheel should be straight and light should go off make sure your 2 ohm resisters are both in on the air bag plugs
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