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Disarm the Steering wheel SRS Airbag module by disconnecting the battery negative for 5 minutes, the remove the module bolts at rate of steering wheel with thin walled deep 8mm 1/4" drive socket. Next pull the airbag off the wheel and careful unlatch the connector lock and set the Airbag aside, then remove the lock ring and then the steering wheel nut on the steering sector shaft threaded end, you will now need a steering wheel puller to remove the pressed on wheel from the shaft. You can buy a puller from most parts stores for about $10.00
If you make a close verification on the back side of kenwood DNX9980HD 20 PIN HARNESS then you can see a Light Blue wire with Yellow stip ( BLUE/YELLOW) on it with a identification mark as "Remote cont". You have connect this wire to the Brown wire with white strip (BROWN/WHITE) from the 20 PIN HARNESS of AXXESS ASWC . There wil be a brown wire also from this 20 PIN HARNESS of AXXESS ASWC, leave it free insulated. It will not use with kenwood radios. You have to check for LIGHT BLUE with WHITE strip. There is also two other blue wires of which one with white strip. You hve to choose the light blue wire.
Contrary to the repair manual; you do not need to remove the steering wheel. Remove the bottom dash panel below the steering wheel and then the bottom black steering wheel cover (3 screws). You will see a 1/8 inch hole and pin below the lock set. Put the key lock in the neutral position and push the pin and remove the ignition lock set. Put the new lock set in the neutral position and insert it. Turn it to the off position which resets the lock pin.
1 remove negative battery cable 2 remove air bag module from steering wheel, this is usually bolted thru from the back of the steering wheel 3 remove steering wheel retaining nut. 4 Using a steering wheel puller pull steering wheel from steering shaft.
There should be a bolt sticking out of the steering box with 1 or 2 nuts on the bolt. This is a thrust setting which puts load on the steering gear. Most people jack the front wheels off the ground and then back off the nut or nuts. You then turn the bolt to screw further into the steering box until you have 1/2 inch or less of play in the steering wheel. Then tighten the nut or nuts down and recheck to see if setting held.