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Fig. Fig. 1: From behind the steering wheel, remove the horn pad retaining screws
Fig. Fig. 2: Use a Torx® bit to loosen the screws until the groove along the screws circumference is on the screw case
Fig. Fig. 3: With two hands pull the horn pad off the front of the steering wheel
If equipped with SRS, place the air bag pad with the upper surface facing up. Refer to the illustration.
Fig. Fig. 4: On air bag models, always place the horn pad in this position when storing it
Fig. Fig. 5: Disconnect the horn wiring from the back of the pad
Install new pad in reverse order