No, Mr. Lemmywinks, No!!!
Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: Harriman, TN
There may be a method, but I am not aware of one.
If that happened to me, I would remove the clock spring and reassemble making sure it is centered.
Usually I tie the wheel to the seat frame with a strap or rope while it is 'free'.
The clock spring assembly has directions printed in the plastic:
"Rotate ccw until tight, then about 2 3/4 turns cw till the marks on the case line up."
Theoretically, your steering wheel should be level there.
I just happen to have one laying here beside the computer, lol. ( Thanks, Splattered!)
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