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(help) Steering wheel removal

Hey guys I need help. I have to change my clock spring in my steering wheel and im not exactly sure how to remove it and the airbag.

Any help would be great

Thanks

I took a look at it yesterday and figured it out. . so im good Thx
This can be removed!!

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Write up to folllow? My airbag light is on too and this is what I suspect.
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Hey guys sorry I have not been on in a while. It is however not that hard.

First unplug your batteries; this is very important step when working with the air bag

Then you need to look on the back of the steering wheel, there are 2 tabs that pop out. Remove them and under you will find 2 hex head bolts.

Remove the hex head bolts and the air bag will pull off.

Unplug all wiring harnesses

Then use a steering wheel puller to remove the steering wheel.

The clock spring then is easily removed

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