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Old 08-03-2014, 05:11 AM   Thread Starter #1
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Can someone tell me. How can I remove, the steering wheel volume/cruise control covers?
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Default Re: remove volume/cruise control covers

I plan on wrapping mine soon with some left over vinyl. I was gonna ask the same question!
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Default Re: remove volume/cruise control covers

Hey guys,

I blacked mine out last summer. The two on the right and left are fairly easy. Just get in there with a panel popper (I use a Skrapr--infomercial thing someone gave me for Christmas) and work them out. Be very careful of the volume controls...I lost all the little black button thingys that touch the printed circuit board and they are a bitch to find. The cruise control side was easier if my memory serves me. I painted mine, but after a year the oil from my skin and sunlight has faded my paint job in places. May redo it with wrap.

The bottom piece requires the steering wheel to be removed first. You may be able to vinyl wrap without removal, but otherwise you need a wheel puller.

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Default Re: remove volume/cruise control covers

Originally Posted by Latinmaxima View Post
I plan on wrapping mine soon with some left over vinyl. I was gonna ask the same question!

It will definitely change the interior look of the car bro. Go for it, post pics when done.
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Originally Posted by mackzima View Post
Hey guys,

I blacked mine out last summer. The two on the right and left are fairly easy. Just get in there with a panel popper (I use a Skrapr--infomercial thing someone gave me for Christmas) and work them out. Be very careful of the volume controls...I lost all the little black button thingys that touch the printed circuit board and they are a bitch to find. The cruise control side was easier if my memory serves me. I painted mine, but after a year the oil from my skin and sunlight has faded my paint job in places. May redo it with wrap.

The bottom piece requires the steering wheel to be removed first. You may be able to vinyl wrap without removal, but otherwise you need a wheel puller.


Hope this helps!
Thanks bro, I was trying everything. But I didn't wanna just pull on them and crack them. Appreciate the help bro. Wrap them, it'll look good.

Already wrapped the bottom one. The left and right one has those buttons, so it won't look as clean keeping them on.
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Default Re: remove volume/cruise control covers

Think this old thread have some info on this... might help..... Steering Wheel Button Removal
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