Pull the center horn mechanism, remove the single large nut in the center, connect a steering wheel puller to the 3 (sometimes 2) threaded holes around the center of the steering wheel splined hub and use the puller to loosen the wheel. It won't come off without a puller. Don't even bother to try.
You have to take the steering wheel apart and go through there.
When you take the horn button off there is 1 big nut in the center of the steering wheel. Remove the nut and the safety snap ring. Then install a puller onto the steering wheel and pull it off. It will not just lift off with your hands.
underneath the battery tray take out the battery and then the tray and there it is. has a cable attached to it.
The switch is on the steering column about 18 inches from the floor. Simply take 2 screws holding it on and replace it.The locck cylinder is under the steering wheel.
disarm the air bag and take the center section out of the steering wheel that has the airbag in it and then there is a nut holding the wheel on, take the nut loose and then you need a steering wheel puller to get the steering wheel off the splines.
To take the steering wheel off to get to the horn a person needs a steering wheel puller. It will remove the steering wheel by applying pressure to the middle and pulling up on the rest.
You should take out the Mercedes badge out of the steering wheel. Then you should see a screw inside the steering wheel. Take it out and you're done.
I assume you mean the ignition switch. Pull the steering wheel and you should be able to get to the screw(s) that hold(s) the switch in place. You may need to mess with the turn signal handle while you're working on it. If your pickup has airbags, I'd recommend that you take it to someone that has been trained. If an airbag deploys while you're working on the steering column you can be killed or injured.
Take the nut of the steering wheel under the horn and use a puller to get it off
take horn button off of the steering wheel and you will see a large nut holding the wheel on, take the nut off and then you will need a steering wheel puller to get the wheel off it's splines.
To remove a steering wheel, a person must use a steering wheel puller. It puts the pressure on the middle of the steering wheel and pulls up on the outer ring.
You will need a puller to remove the steering wheel, after you remove the nut and snap ring in the center of steering wheel. Ther are two holes in the wheel that are threaded. Install puller on center shaft, and screew 2 long bolts through the puller and into the holes on wheel.