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Old 12-31-2015, 04:28 PM   #1
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2004 W20 Workhorse steering column cover

Hello everyone. I have a 2004 Southwind Workhorse W20. My steering colum cover is broken. The black plastic part that covers around the ignition and the turn signal. I was wonder if anyone had a part number and or a place to get a new one. Thank you and Happy New Year.
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That's funny Luke. I was looking at my steering column on my W24 today. My black plastic surround has never fit back together like it should, and I was playing with it to get it to fit together. It isn't cracked, but the internal connectors that should snap together to hold it seem to be broken or inoperable. I've reconnected it several times, only to have it shortly come undone again. But I also noticed for the first time that the column doesn't really line up with the indent of the tan dash plastic. Is this a Workhorse phenomenon or a Damon/Thor thing? Or has my moho had a rollover accident and things don't line up as they did when it was factory fresh? You can see in the photo where the right side of the black plastic surround just won't stay closed.

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I used a Multi Purpose repair kit from Wal Mart to fix my steering column.

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I used a Multi Purpose repair kit from Wal Mart to fix my steering column.

Walmart #: 004480791

Nice find, I see its even color co-ordinated for the repair.
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Thank you so much Ultra RV Tech! @JEFFAZ I had my RV smogged and had to remove my cover to access the plug and it never went back together correctly. I have an additional cover that is even lower on the column that know makes a lot of noise also. Plastic on RV's. What can you do? @TAMU64 duck tap really does fix almost anything!!!
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