Since I was having yet another hard time finding the correct way to install after market steering wheels and short hubs with quick releases on Fieros and still keep your horn; I thought I would do another write up. So, here we go:
What you will need:
1. NRG Short HUB #170
2. NRG second generation Quick Release #srk-200 (cbk) - (the cbk stands for carbon/black)
3. Allen wrenches
4. 13/16 socket (for wheel nut)
5. Steering wheel removal kit
You need to take off the current steering wheel on you Fiero with the steering wheel remover kit. (These can be purchased at any local auto store)
Take off the horn pad using a flat head screw driver and pry from the side (there is a small opening if you look for and it should just pop off).
Use a flat head screw driver to take off the pin just above the 13/16th bolt, and then take off the bolt.
Place the center of the remover kit with the threaded bolts already in the sides of the center bracket then use the threaded bolts on the remover kit and place in holes (there are two just alike on the steering wheel center).
Use a wrench or socket to press and pull off the steering wheel.
When the steering wheel is off, it should look like this:
You will want to take the aluminum pin out by twisting the black pin (carefull it does have a spring behind it).
Take a wire and fix it to the BOTTOM of the spring and slide the black pin back over top (hold on to this for late use).
Here you want to take the NRG Short Hub (short hub #170) and place it on the steering column with the NRG on the top side
At this time you can go ahead and hook up the negative wire for the horn to the quick realse hub that connects to the main hub that you just put on steering wheel.
Now you want to place the spring in the hub hole where the aluminum piece was that you took out for horn supression, this will keep the wire in contact with the positive (+) connection. Be sure to tuck all the wires in and now bolt the quick release bottom section onto the short hub.
Now you want to place the bolt back on the steering column and tighten down real tight and then place the "D" pin back on over the bolt area.
Also, do not forget to solder and cover the positive horn wire with heat shrink.
Once the bottom hub is on, you can now hook up the horn from the steering wheel. dont forget, depending on the horn button, there is a round metal piece that comes with the NRG Quick release kit that may be required to keep horn in place on the steering wheel.
Seventh and Finally:
Place the steering wheel up and line up the holes, place in the screws and whaalllaaa!!
Hope this helps, I will update as needed:
Jason - aka CrazyDragn
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[This message has been edited by CrazyDragn (edited 04-22-2013).]