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Tried to lever it off No success !
Pull firmly on the pad. It'll be tough but, don't worry about breaking it. If you have an aftermarket wheel (i.e. Momo) with a center horn button, gently pry around the outside of the button with a small flat tip screwdriver or probe to dislodge the button from the wheel. Hope this helps! Best to you!
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Disconnect the battery ground cable before removing the steering wheel. When installing a steering wheel, always make sure that the turn signal lever is in the neutral position.
Fig. Fig. 1: Pry out the control button assembly with a thin-bladed tool along the top of the edge, being careful not to damage the control assembly
Fig. Fig. 2: Common steering wheel pad types
Fig. Fig. 3: Carefully pry the lead wire for the horn off of the horn pad
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