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I have a 2009 Pontiac G5....the crusie control that it has on the steering wheel is broken. I have the part, but it seems that you need to get behind the steering wheel to mount the new one. Does the face of the steering wheel come off or how do I go about replacing the piece? Any suggestions, thoughts or ideas?

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the face of the steering wheel does come off. In the back of the steering wheel there should be two holes if you feel around for them. In those holes are screws that hold the face on, just undo those screws and the face should come off. After that DO MAKE SURE YOU UNPLUG THE AIRBAG. You don't want the going off in your face.

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