A big thank-you to Alpinewhite for actually making the guide, i just put it into more simplistic form and also Fl@pper Useful part numbers S6K2721335H Clutch Cable £27.62 S1H0721169A Bracket £3.33 S411417549 Shear Bolt £1.82 ea, x2 = £3.64 S6K2721115D Bracket £62.38 Net £96.97 VAT £17.97 Total £113.94 1. Access to the pedals remove the driver's side glovebox (just pull it upwards and outwards) and the plastic tray underneath it. It's held in by two screws (arrowed). take out the driver's seat. It's only held in by one bolt at the front after which point it lifts out. 2. Remove the steering wheel Firstly the airbag has to come out (the battery must be disconnected for this). It's held together by two allen head screws at the back of the wheel. Once these are undone the airbag unit is loose. It comes away from the steering wheel but there's an electrical connector which just pulls out. The airbag should be stored with the padded side up, according to the manual. At this point the steering wheel nut (24mm) must be removed. Also, there was another connector from the airbag that has to be unclipped. This was hidden in some foam padding: 3. Remove the stalks There are three black screws which hold the stalks on. Then, make sure all the connectors are undone - i kept finding more of them! Once they are undone the stalks just slide off the steering column and you will be left with something like this: 4. Remove the steering column At the base of the steering column is a rubber guard, held in by two plastic nuts. Take these out: You'll then have clear access to a plate with two nuts on it. Undo these, being careful not to drop them into the hole where the steering column disappears into.... Once the nuts are undone, the plate comes away with the two bolts. 5. remove the shear bolts that hold the steering column frame in Shear bolts are now out. I tried the method of driving them around with a chisel but it wasn't working for me. I ended up using a dremel to cut the heads off. The washers then fall out with a knock and the rest of the bolt is very easy to remove. Then the steering colum will drop down, but I couldn't remove it completely because of the wires going up into the column.