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Old 02-20-2012, 08:54 PM   #1
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Hey does anyone know if a 99 SE steering wheel will fit on a 92 se?
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It should It is possible that the airbag wiring may be diffrent
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Thanks I am going to give it a try I figured I might be able to rewire but not sure its safe to though
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Well just make sure that there is no power going to the car unhook the battery turn on the headlight switch for 10 minutes and leave it be after ten minutes then go for it..Still be careful..Also before trying and wiring see if the plug fot the airbag is the same if so plug and play
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Thank you I did not know about the head light trick!
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In theroy it drains any acc power left in the cars system i do it just to be safe when working with airbags
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I thought you just disconnected the SiR system at the base of steering column!
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