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Steering Wheel Cover (horn button) - How to Remove.

I am trying to figure out why my heated steering wheel is not working. I would like to check for a missed connection at the clockspring, etc. I am covered under warranty but will avoid taking it in when possible.

Does anyone know how to remove the steering wheel cover or "horn pad"

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That's your airbag!! Take it in!!

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Err, I guess its a bit different than my OBS.

I would still like to get a look at the guts inside the wheel. Does the column shroud have to come off to get at some screws or something?

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There are a couple nuts on the backside of the wheel under some covers. I would take the truck in.




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Well today I notice the steering wheel heating. I think it may have to do with exterior temp as it was a bit cooler this morning...

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