How to Remove a Chevrolet Impala Steering-Column Coverby Carl Pruit
You may need to occasionally access the interior of the steering column of your Chevrolet Impala to check for a disconnected wire or short in the wiring. The Impala has an easy-access cover on the bottom side of the column that's held on with a few Torx screws. You can remove the cover yourself in a few minutes' time to avoid making a trip to a mechanic.
Unfasten the negative battery cable of the Chevrolet Impala from the battery post with an open-end wrench before removing the steering-wheel-column cover.
Locate the steering-wheel-column cover underneath the center of the steering column.
Remove the Torx screws that hold the cover in place with a Torx screwdriver.
Take the cover off of the Chevrolet Impala steering column.
Things You'll Need
- Open-end wrench
- Torx screwdriver
Carl Pruit has been a freelance writer since 2005, specializing in service journalism and travel. His work has appeared on various websites. Born and raised in California, Pruit attended Contra Costa Community College in San Pablo, Calif. and received an associate degree in the administration of justice.