Multiple vendors have it, I got it from eurocompulsionwhere did you get the button?
Yes! It took about 1.5 hours and some aggravation. Its not hard but the two tiny screws holding down the button are terrible. The hole to access them isn't completely open. Loosening them was a pain. Once that was done they wouldn't come out. Then later one fell into the wheel internals and I had to hunt. ALSO, the steering trim is stiff and you have to be careful to not fray the leather.Looking good. Did you install it yourself?
I didn't but a few others have on here. It's generally one hour for the labor plus the cost of the button. I'd save the trouble and have them do it...Looks great! If you had your dealer install it, do you mind sharing how much they charged? Thank you.
Yes! Those screws required some finesse. I used these precision screw drivers and had success with Phillips size 1 and 0. The 1 did a majority of the work but 0 was helpful too since the scew hole is really a half moon shape opening. Definitely use the 1 to tighten.Looks great!!! That's how it should've been from the factory. I bought the button a month ago, but got frustrated with trying to remove the 2 screws, couldn't see them at all, had to work by feel. The access holes are in a difficult location, I got a screw driver in there but couldn't turn them, I think I almost stripped the head of one. Called the local dealer, they wanted $275!!! Forget that. I'm waiting for my work schedule to clear up a bit and drive to the dealer where I got the car from, 100 miles away. They should be more reasonable.
Thanks for that photo! Maybe I need to get some "real" screwdrivers and try again. You're right about the access opening opening, it's partially covered.Yes! Those screws required some finesse. I used these precision screw drivers and had success with Phillips size 1 and 0. The 1 did a majority of the work but 0 was helpful too since the scew hole is really a half moon shape opening. Definitely use the 1 to tighten.
Why is it that the red button is that much nicer?