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Dec 31, 12:12pm - #362522 
TRD Horn Button

I just got the TRD Horn Button from KARacing, and it came with no instructions. It looks like an easy install, but i don't want to mess anything up trying to get this into the steering wheel. Has anyone installed yet, and if so do you have any pics?
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Dec 31, 12:46pm - #362523 
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Dec 31, 12:47pm - #362524 
^^^
that's an old pic, but the best one I have at the present... a lot of interior and exterior work has been done since then. Updated interior pics will be posted shortly - thumbsup

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Dec 31, 12:51pm - #362525 
Originally Posted by Sultan
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Looks really good !!

So how did you install it? Did you just remove that black outlining circular piece from the sterring wheel, then just swap the toyota button for the TRD?

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Dec 31, 12:53pm - #362526 
it sticks over it from what i hear


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Dec 31, 1:37pm - #362527 
you have two options...

1 - stick it directly on top of the toyota emblem

2 - (my choice) carefully remove the black toyota emblem with a flathead screwdriver and replace it with the new TRD one


... the second option looks better since the TRD emblem will sit flush and not be sticking up slightly around the edges

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Dec 31, 1:39pm - #362528 
i'll go for option 2

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Dec 31, 3:59pm - #362529 
Here is a little guide for those who haven't put it on yet.

1st you have to peel the emblem off the original TRD horn button like this:

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i wanted to get the vac gauge because it constantly moves. more of a race feel i think
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Dec 31, 4:00pm - #362530 
2nd you go to the car and like Sultan said, carefully take off the old emblem.

I used two small pick tools to get it of.

1953408312-P1010018.JPG

Originally posted by RICOGT:
i wanted to get the vac gauge because it constantly moves. more of a race feel i think
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Dec 31, 4:01pm - #362531 
This is what the old emblem looks like. It's just a thin piece of metal.

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i wanted to get the vac gauge because it constantly moves. more of a race feel i think
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Dec 31, 4:02pm - #362532 
And the finished product.

1953408316-P1010021.JPG

Originally posted by RICOGT:
i wanted to get the vac gauge because it constantly moves. more of a race feel i think
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Dec 31, 4:04pm - #362533 
Sorry for the flash but you get the idea. It only took about 10 minutes to do.

Alittle on the expensive side for such a small thing but it is worth it in the looks! thumbsup


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i wanted to get the vac gauge because it constantly moves. more of a race feel i think
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Dec 31, 5:43pm - #362534 
Originally Posted by Live42day
Sorry for the flash but you get the idea. It only took about 10 minutes to do.

Alittle on the expensive side for such a small thing but it is worth it in the looks! thumbsup


I'm going to put on soon, it does look really good.

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Jan 1, 12:03pm - #362535 
Live42day,

Good picture and instruction thumbsup


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