I have a 93 Civic si hatch. Over the weekend, someone broke into my car. They didn't steal anything, but they broke my steering wheel off for some reason. I'm trying to find out what I need to get replaced. There is a metal rod that connects between the base of the steering wheel and where the steering wheel attaches to the dash. It looks like it's grooved. It appears to be the main point of contact between the steering wheel and the rest of the steering system. Basically you have to rotate that metal rod in order to steer the car. They broke that off and the end is stuck inside the steering wheel. What is that part called and what would I have to replace to fix it? Do I have to replace the entire steering column? I'm assuming that it wouldn't be safe to dig that bit out and somehow weld it back on to the rest of the rod. Thanks in advance.