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THE BASIC FACTS

A. 2018 steering wheel core, non-heated version
B. Condition: used, 51k miles
C. $100 plus shipping
D. Location of item: broken arrow oklahoma
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I've been wondering if I were to put that on my 14st3 would that work as far as steering wheel controls.and what not? I like the look of that wheel far better than oem..
 

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For this to work in your PFL ('14), you'll need a new airbag, the SASM from '15+, and possibly a '15+clock spring.
I did the RS wheel in my '14, and those were the parts that I needed; cruise control did not work in mine without the newer SASM
 

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For this to work in your PFL ('14), you'll need a new airbag, the SASM from '15+, and possibly a '15+clock spring.
I did the RS wheel in my '14, and those were the parts that I needed; cruise control did not work in mine without the newer SASM
Thanks for the info. That sounds like way more work and or money that I'm willing to do right now.
 

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It is totally plug-and-play, once you have all of the FL parts. Think I paid $125 for an airbag from LKQ, like $75 for the clock spring from AutoNation, and I picked up a used SASM from @Spool_Bus for around $75. I haven't had time to install the SASM yet, but the only thing that doesn't work without it is cruise control. I got a great deal on a NIB RS wheel, so it was worth it to me.
 
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Previous posts are correct - I have done this on my 2013 ST1 - not that hard at all once you gather the correct parts. About the hardest part is getting the pfl airbag off the wheel!!

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Agreed!! I had to make two special tools in order to get my airbag to release. Killed two el cheapo flathead screwdrivers to get one to finally work.
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