Project Toyota Supra Mark IV: Part 13 – Nardi steering wheel plus more Stu Hagen and Speedhut gauges!


With the Torx screws out, your airbag can now be pulled out. But be careful with the connected wiring, which also has to be disconnected. Try not to let it just drop.

Carefully disconnect the airbag connector from the steering wheel. Once this is done, the airbag will be fully released.

To remove the steering wheel you’ll have to disconnect this white connector here, which is for the horn and such.

Now you are ready to remove the steering wheel. Take a 19mm socket and remove it. Notice, we’ve set the steering wheel as straight as possible so that the new wheel goes on the same way.

With the steering wheel removed you’ll expose the clock ring, which allows the wiring harness to spin with the steering wheel. It’s a nice piece, and I wish we would have reused it for the horn but I opted to cut the wires and disconnect it because the opening in the back of the factory wheel vs our new wheel hub is very different. With the new hub this wiring will get tangled up anyway. If you look closely, you’ll see two little marks we put in the center of the silver shaft to mark where the steering wheel center should be.

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