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Fairly easy. Best way I found was to go to a upic used parts place and remove one from a vehicle same as yours. That gives you an idea how it goes and if you break something it's not an issue. But if you have a new one it is still an easy job. Unscrew the plastic pieces around the steering shaft. Screws are prob on the bottom. Once you get them off there will be a couple screws holding the arm in place. Unscrew. Disconnect wire. Replace.
Posted on Nov 19, 2014
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