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Hye people.

Does anyone know what the part number for a steering wheel like this is?



I relly hate the one that came with the Aus spec s15.
 

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Anubis said:
Thanks Yakozan.

Which is the horn cover? the airbag assy?
I think so, but I'm not sure.
Just pulled out these numbers awhile ago for a swedish 200SX owner.
Don't have the program here with me at work.

Nicely could probobly confirm later :)

There was some other part numbers too for some small stuff around the wheel. But I don't know if they're needed.
 
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I think you can better find a used one in Japan.... think dealer prices will be mega high!
 

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Stop thinking Euro dealers. Nissan Japan prices are more than half the Euro price... I agree though, Yahoo Auctions would be your friend. Buy through 'Homerrules' on NS.com :nod:
 

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:nod: ADM S15s got a different steering wheel and no climate control. Their Spec S and Rs are both turbo too... :p



Anubis, yes they're the right JDM part numbers :)
 
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Oh ok..roger that! We dun have many different models here in Singapore. JDM and NZ spec S15s and they dun really differ very much.
 
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So i guess those plastic silver bits dont have their own part number.

I just dont want to spend $800 and have the wrong wheel arrive in aus.
 

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So i guess those plastic silver bits dont have their own part number.

I just dont want to spend $800 and have the wrong wheel arrive in aus.
By looking at nicely's screenshot from FAST. the silver bits could be the stuff referred to as "LID, STEERING" in FAST.

The lightning bolt should be on the airbag assy. I don't think it's removable.
 

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Yup, pretty sure they are part of the main body of the wheel. They don't come off :no:

Nissan would list them separately on that diagram if they were :nod:

The 'lids' are removable covers each side of the wheel.
 
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