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Old 06-23-2012, 05:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I couldnt find a diy for a grant kit, so I took a few pics when Iinstalled mine.

All Honda's / Acura's use grant mount kit part# 3595, except preludes with 4 wheel steering.

steering wheel with no airbag.

remove three phillips screws on the bottom of the steering columb, heres one


unclip the top half from the bottom half of the steering columb





remove the three phillips screws on the back of the wheel, holding the front piece on. this tool is handy, as it is hard to get anythign else back there.



once you have those off, you can unbolt the 19mm nut.


you may need a steering wheel puller, but mine came off with no effort, at all.


unbolt the five allan bolts from the new grant steering wheel so you have easier access to pull the horn wire from the hub through the mount kit.



the 3 bolts from the mount to the hub are 11mm.

arrow on the mount says top A and top B for my car I used Top A.

use the smaller of the two black metal covers. and the bronze colored metal has to touch the brass piece of metal sticking out for the horn to work. i couldnt get my hub back far enough, even torqued all the way back.
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bend this peice of metal out so it is in contact with the back of the mount kit like so.


forgot to take a picture of the center piece for the horn button, there are two connections for the horn wire, the outside one makes the horn stay on all the time, use the one in the center. and make sure the brass wire is pulled out when you put it back in, this is what makes contact toe the ground on the steering wheel for the horn.

all done



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nice write up..
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