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Old 04-13-2012, 12:10 AM
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Just wondering if there is a trick to remove the steering wheel control bezels. I want to paint them along with all the other silver parts to match the truck. I can unclip them and almost get them out but it seems the horn pad/cover is stopping me from getting the other side out. Do I just need to be a bit more fore full or do I need to remove the pad/cover? If so, how do I proceed in doing so?

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Id disconnect battery before continuin if your close to the center pad
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Yes of course I will disconnect the battery if I had to remove the pad. But I really want to know if I even have to remove it in the first place. It seems that the bezels just clip in but I don't want to force it and break the clips. It almost seems like it will go but I want to be sure that I do not have to remove the pad/cover first. The bezels are 3/4 of the way out already.
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Keep wiggling and pulling. Thoes barb tabs are tight ! They will come out.
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Did u figure out how to get it off?
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