I believe the two threaded holes directly across from each other are used for jacking bolts; just thread two bolts into the holes and it should work the wheel off the shaft. I could be wrong though, I've never removed a Toyota steering wheel.
oh nooo ...no bfh..the wheel is dirty...but it has no cracks and the center cap is in good shape...toyota logo and all...i would like to get rid of it if anyone is interested...let me know...thanks for the help...are steering wheel pullers standard and metric or will one size fit all?
Make your own puller. It's easy. Measure the distance between two holes. Transfer that distance onto a piece of angle iron or square tubing or thick pice of steel stock. Drill two holes that will be big enough for the bolts in the steering wheel. I made mine slightly bigger. Put the nut back on just to where it's flush with the steering shaft. SHould give you about 1/8 inch between nut and steering wheel. Cut your steel stock or angle iron to fit just inside the colum without hitting the outer edge. Thread some metric bolts in and start tighting down equally on both sides. A little pb blaster helps. It should come up the 1/8th inch. Once it does it shold come off easily once you remove the puller and the nut. I know it sounds like a lot. But it took me 2 minutes to fab up.
If you grab the rim with both hands while sitting in the sit then stand up as best you can and swing your weight back and forth with straight arms and only the pull of your own weight they'll usually pop off within a couple of swings.
Never had it fail to work but some wheels take longer than others,
Marc, I have tapped mine with a rubber mallet close to the hub ('round-the-clock-style), not out on the spokes and it loosens it every time.
Poser does not need that thing, just bring it to the TAC meeting and tell him you lost it