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Hi Phil, this was outstanding and so very helpful!!!! I did it in just about 45 minute, although I cheated and spent 55 bux on a new switch. If I could add one thing. I found it easier on my 2000 alero to screw the retaining bolts a couple of threads into the back of the air bag/horn then place the airbag into the slots and the collars slide right through the holes and locks into place a few twists of the socket wrench and Torx bit and it's locked down. Makes it easier then trying to tape boot on and find the hole through the back of steering wheel. Thanks again!!!
I believe it is newer then 2000. I'm sure it was sitting on shelf somewhere in a warehouse. Car has 190,000 miles on it so if it lasts me a few more years I will be happy.
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