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Mx-5 Mk 3 Rx8 varible speed wiper stalk upgrade

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Mx-5 Mk 3 Rx8 varible speed wiper stalk upgrade

Postby Mazda Mender » Mon Nov 03, 2014 11:34 pm

This is an easy job, even for the inexperienced to install a Variable Wiper stalk to your Mk 3's

Items required are.....
1x long shafted no2 Philips Screw Driver.
1 x RX8 wiper Stalk ( the bay of e and the like )

Underneath the steering column shroud locate the recesses with screws in them, remove the screws. Two are self tappers, one is threaded (The threaded one is in the deep recess).
Remove the shroud by separating the Two halves.

You will see one screw above the stalk and one below, remove these and pull away the stalk and unplug the electric plug.

Reverse order to reassemble, it is just as easy as that pictures below for reference.

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