DIY Replacing airbag and steering wheel on Chevy Suburban

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How To Restore Your Car's Steering Wheel (Looks Brand New!)

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How to Install Replace Airbag Clock Spring 2007-2010 Chevy Suburban 1500

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2003 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD horn problem

About a few months ago my horn slowly stopped working. Now it only works when I turn the wheel. So I ended up having to clean the connections. Here's how!

Follow along while I change the steering wheel (and remove the airbag) on my 2007 Suburban. Process would be the same for the Tahoe, Silverado, Yukon, Sierra, Escalade, Avalanche, and many other GM vehicles from the mid 2000s up.

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