Remove the two screws holding the upper and lower plastic trims of the steering column by using a Philips screwdriver and twisting it counterclockwise.
Pull the lower plastic trim out of the steering column.
Pull the upper plastic trim up and out of the steering column.
Push the clips located above and on the lower right side of the clock, spring to unlock the clips holding the clock spring.
Once the clock spring pop's out, pull the clock spring out of the vehicle.
Disconnect the three electrical connectors of the clock spring by pressing the clip and pulling the connector out. The yellow connector has a different clip on it, simply pull down the clip to unlock the connector then press the clip and pull the connector out to disconnect.
Line up the new clock spring and push it in to lock the clips holding to the clock spring.
Reconnect the three electrical connectors of the clock spring by pushing the connectors back to their connection port. For the yellow connector push the clip up to lock the connector.
Line up the upper and lower plastic trim back to the steering column. Then press them together to set them into place.
Reinstall the two screws on the plastic trim by twisting the Philips screwdriver clockwise.
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