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Why hire a steering wheel repair service through Airtasker?
When it comes to repairing your vehicle's steering wheel, you can trust the experts at Airtasker. You won't have to worry about leaving your vehicle unattended at the repair shop. Our Tasker can do the job for you in the safety of your home, garage, or workplace. Whether you need to fix a minor crack or repair a sun-damaged steering wheel, we can assist you at a time and location that works for you.
All you have to do is post your task, then wait for Taskers in your area to offer you their deals. You can choose one who best fits your needs and budget, and you're all set! Your Tasker soon makes their way to you and get down to work on your resin, wood, or leather steering wheel repair.
We at Airtasker are committed to your complete satisfaction. Whether it's a simple steering wheel scratch repair or a major car restoration or other car services, our Taskers can lend a helping hand. Just sit back, relax and leave all your car repair needs to the experts.
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What do steering wheel repair services include?
Airtasker makes it easier for you to get your steering wheel repaired. You won't have to wait for an available appointment slot or drive to an auto repair shop. With just one post, you can get in touch with a nearby Tasker who can readily get the job done in your garage or driveway! They inspect the damage on your steering wheel, perform the necessary repairs, then reinstall the refurbished wheel to your vehicle.
Whether it's made of leather, synthetic resin, wood or a different kind of material, you can count on our Taskers to return your steering wheel to its brand-new condition. If this is your first time booking with Airtasker, here's what to expect with a resin, wood or leather steering wheel repair service:Steering wheel inspection
Before the repair work starts, your Tasker first conducts a full assessment of your steering wheel's condition. This process involves looking for any scratches, cracks, or sun damage, and asking you specific details such as your colour or material preferences. Afterwards, they prep your wheel for the required repair and service. They disconnect the battery, take out the steering wheel, then remove its original cover including any remaining paint or other base materials. Once your steering wheel is bare and back to its original state, it's now ready for repair.Steering wheel repair
A steering wheel repair starts with filling in all cracks, chips, and defects with epoxy. Other damages such as surface grooves, worn-out finger grips, and raised ridges are built and restored according to their original length, size, width, and other specifications. Your Tasker then thoroughly inspects the surface of your steering wheel and addresses any other cosmetic flaws. If none are found, the wheel is sanded and primed for protection. Another type of steering wheel repair involves custom wheel covers. Available in many forms, a wheel cover can easily be slipped or stitched into your steering wheel, thus making it a cost-effective alternative to leather or other steering wheel repair work.
Steering wheel re-Installation
Once your new steering wheel is refurbished and repaired, your Tasker safely reinstalls it to your vehicle. They first access your car's wiring connector then gently place your steering wheel back onto the shaft while checking for proper alignments. Once your wheel is mounted correctly, they insert the steering wheel bolts by hand and tighten them according to the manufacturer specifications. The last step includes a re-inspection of your vehicle's wiring connections to ensure your steering wheel is working and installed in place.