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Q: I can't find a lever on the steering wheel to lower it

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I want to lower steering wheel but can't find a lever to move it shes an Suzuki ignis 56plate

My car has 112000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: Not all vehicles are equipped with a tilt o...

Not all vehicles are equipped with a tilt or lowering steering wheel. If the vehicle is equipped with a steering column that has a tilt function you will see a lever on the center bottom of the column behind the steering wheel. If you pull down on the lever then move steering up or down to a preferred position then push up on the lever to lock it.

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