The steering adjustment cylinder on my 2015 Commander seems has gone into limp mode, it will no longer lock the steering wheel in place and I can move the wheel up and down without releasing the lever. I have read several posts about applying WD40 to the inside of the cylinder shaft and beating on it to free it up. My question is how do you get the WD40 into the shaft? I can easily move the shaft in and out of the cylinder by hand and move the pin that engages with the adjusting lever on the end of the shaft in and out. However, I can not remove the pin from the end of the shaft to squirt any WD40 down there and to insert a screwdriver in the pin hole to free up the internal spring. Am I reading the posted fixes wrong or is that pin supposed to come out of the shaft?
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