How to Install Steering Wheel Cover
The steering wheel cover is a great way to protect your car's steering wheel. It can also add some style and elegance to your vehicle. The cover is easy to install, but it does require some attention when you're stitching it in place so that it doesn't move around while driving.
Clean steering wheel.
Before you begin, make sure the steering wheel is clean. Use mild soap and water solution to wipe down the steering wheel while avoiding harsh chemicals or abrasives. Make sure it's completely dry before installing your cover.
Place the cover on the steering wheel.
Now that you have your cover, it's time to get ready for installation. You'll want to make sure that the cover is centered over the steering wheel before proceeding. Otherwise, you'll end up with an awkward looking piece of equipment on top of your car!
Grab a pair of Allen wrenches and loosen each screw from its location on either side of your steering wheel (one per side). Then lift off any remaining parts from underneath so that there's nothing holding them down anymore; these might be part numbers or other markings—but don't worry about them at this point because all we're interested in is getting everything out so we can install our new accessory!
Pull the upper part of the steering wheel cover to the base of the steering wheel.
To begin, pull the upper part of the steering wheel cover to the base of your steering wheel. You may need to pull it a little tighter than you think. It should be tight, but not so tight that it hurts your hands or wrists.
Stitch in place.
Sew in place. If you're using a sewing machine, try to stitch the cover in place with a straight stitch. Make sure that it's smooth and even, so that your cover doesn't move around while driving or get caught on something in your car.
Don't sew too tightly or too loosely—in other words, don't overdo it!
The most important step is stitching it in place so that it will not move and bunch up while driving.
The most important step is stitching it in place so that it will not move and bunch up while driving. The best way to do this is by using a sewing machine, although you can also use needle and thread if you don't have access to one.
Using heavy duty thread, sew the cover over the steering wheel. Make sure there are no gaps at all around where your fingers rest on the wheel when driving; if there are any gaps, they'll cause discomfort after awhile! Also make sure you're not pulling too hard on either end of your stitches—you want them tight enough so they won't come undone while driving but loose enough where they won't show up as immediately visible when looking at your car from outside (like knuckles).
Now you know how to install a steering wheel cover. Don't forget the important step of stitching it in place so that it will not move and bunch up while driving.