Tools you will need:
- 2 Jaw Puller
- Flat Head Screwdriver
- Phillips Head Screwdriver
- Socket Set
- T45 Torx Driver
Disconnect The Negative Battery Cable.
Remove the two bolt hole covers on each side of the steering wheel.
Remove the two 8mm airbag retaining bolts.
Carefully remove the airbag from the steering wheel and disconnect the airbag harness. Set the airbag aside in a safe, level area.
Remove the steering wheel from the steering wheel shaft with a T45 Torx bit driver.
Before removing the steering wheel, disconnect the cruise control electrical connector.
Assemble your two jaw puller. We utilized an appropriate width socket between the center screw and the steering shaft.
Using the correct socket, turn the jaw bolt clockwise until the steering wheel is no longer pressed onto the shaft.
Place the wheel on a clean workbench and grab a small flathead screwdriver and a phillips head screwdriver.
With the wheel facing up, remove the horn connections with a small flat head screwdriver.
Remove the 4 phillips head screws holding the cruise control buttons down.
Flip the wheel over and remove the two phillips head screws securing the rear trim to the wheel.
Flip the wheel back over and remove the cruise control buttons and wiring, paying close attention to how the button harnesses are routed.
Install the new buttons and harness in the same orientation as the factory buttons.
Install is reversal of removal being sure to add blue loctite onto the steering wheel bolt.