LarPar2012....If I recall on some, place the steering wheel all the way up, slide the seat all the way back. Tilt the seat backrest all the way forward and put the armrests down. Now try and turn it. The armrests need to be down so that the wiidth of the seat back is narrow enough to squeeze past the wheel. You may need to play with the seat backrest position a little as you do it, so that the armrests are just under the wheel as you turn it.
Don & Mary
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