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Steering wheel change

I was wondering if there is something special i need to do to change my jeep TJ steering wheel so the airbags don't go off?

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Re: steering wheel change

Yes,just disconnect the battery terminals and once you remove the airbag cover locate the power plug that goes to the airbag and disconnect it.Make sure you have replaced everything and everything is tight before reconnecting the battery.Rate Me FIXYA! if it helps.

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will have a another look around for you but you could start here
see if they can assit as well , i i find one i will post back for you, good luck .


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