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I have a 1994 civic no airbag or cruise control. I am wondering how to remove the steering wheel? Does the front piece just pop off? Thanks

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Just use a mirror to check for screw holes in the back of the wheel before pulling off front piece.

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I want to replace the right hand speed control for the cruise control on my 2008 Chrysler Aspen - any ideas? Anyone!


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REPLACING CRUISE CONTROL SWITCH

1.
Disconnect and isolate negative battery cable from battery.

2. Remove airbag module (See AIRBAG REMOVAL below).

3. Remove speed control switch mounting screw and remove switch from steering wheel.

4. Reverse procedure to install.
AIRBAG REMOVAL
1. Disconnect and isolate negative battery cable from battery.

2. From the underside of the steering wheel, remove the two screws that secure the driver airbag to the steering wheel armature.
CAUTION: The horn switch and the clockspring pigtails connected to the back of the airbag module are fragile. Do not pull on these wires to disengage them. These must be handled carefully to prevent damage to the horn switch and/or the clockspring assembly.
3. Pull the driver airbag away from the steering wheel enough to access the three electrical connections on the back of the airbag housing.

4. Disconnect the steering wheel wire harness connector for the horn switch from the horn switch feed pigtail wire connector, which is located on the back of the driver airbag housing.

5. The clockspring driver airbag pigtail wire connectors are secured by integral latches to the airbag inflator connector receptacles, which are located on the back of the driver airbag housing. Depress the latches on each side of the connector insulator and pull the insulators straight out from the airbag inflator to disconnect them from the receptacles.

6. Remove the driver airbag from the steering wheel.

7. Reverse procedure to install.

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Back brake light stay on, replaced brake switch same problem.Truck has over drive and cruies control If you take switch out of circuit the brake lights stay on the same with the turn/hazard flasher.


Your brake lights and your turn signals go through the multifunction (turn signal) switch. It is common for these switches to short internally. Partial disassembly of the steering column is required to replace it. The airbag stsyem must be disabled, then the airbag removed from the steering wheel. Then the steering wheel must be removed to access the screw in the front of the switch assembly. The rest is pretty easy... a few screws holing the lower cover of the dash, the shroud around the steering column and a few connectors to deal with. (see pictures of switch assembly below)
There are two types of these switches available for 2000 S-10. With cruise control and without cruise control. The one WITHOUT cruise control is much more expensive!


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How do i replace the cruise control on/off switch on my 1999 alero


TO REMOVE CRUISE CONTROL SWITCH. FIRST TURN OFF RADIO TO KEEP FROM LOSING CODE. DISARM AIRBAG IN THE STEERING WHEEL BY REMOVING NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE WAIT 20 MINUTES FOR AIRBAG TO DISCHARGE BEFORE REMOVING AIRBAG AND HORN PAD IN STEERING WHEEL.ONCE AIRBAG IN STEERING WHEEL OUT.YOU CAN REMOVE THE CRUISE CONTROL SWITCH.BECAREFUL REMOVING AIRBAG IN STEERING WHEEL CARRY IT AWAY FROM BODY WITH AIRBAG HORN PAD POINTING UP.IF YOU DROP IT.DONT PUT IN BACK IN STEERING COULD DEPLOY ON INSTALLATION.

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I cannot figure out how to pull the steering wheel off of my 96 honda accord


Read this carefully, in total, before you begin.

With car wheels aimed straight ahead, disconnect the neg. battery terminal (if you have an anti-theft radio, make sure you have the code, because you will need it.)

Wait three minutes before proceeding to allow the airbag’s backup power supply to be depleted.

Remove the access plate from the lower steering column cover and remove the short connector from the access plate (the short connector is stowed on the inside of the access plate. It is a little device that is used especially for this purpose)

Unplug the airbag module-to-cable reel connector (yellow) and plug the short connector into the airbag module side of this connection to disable the airbag.

Remove the access panels from each side of the back of the steering wheel cover, then remove both of the torx screws (you’ll need a torx screwdriver) that retain the airbag module to the steering wheel.

Pull the module off the steering wheel and CAREFULLY set it aside with the trim side facing up.

Unplug the electrical connector for the horn, and, if you have it, for the cruise control.

Remove the steering wheel retaining nut. Paint or scribe a mark indicating the relationship of the steering wheel hub to the steering shaft.

Remove the steering wheel with a steering wheel puller. DO NOT turn the steering shaft while the steering wheel is removed. If you do so, the airbag reel could be damaged.

Reinstallation is the reverse of the removal, making sure the cable reel is centered with the car wheels straight ahead (if you haven't moved the shaft, that should not be a problem), and making sure that the locating pins on the steering column engage the holes in the back of the steering wheel. Put the nut back. Torque it (36 ft. lbs). Reconnect horn and cruise control. Replace airbag, tighten torx screws. Reconnect airbag and put short connector back in access plate. Reconnect neg. battery cable.

Hope this helps you.

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I would suggest you actually contact the ford motor company for suggestions on the conversion as i believe they have a program in place for it.

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