Kia Soul: Audio Remote Control Removal - Audio - Body Electrical SystemKia Soul: Audio Remote Control Removal

Kia Soul 2014-2019 PS Service Manual / Body Electrical System / Audio / Audio Remote Control Removal

[Upper Steering Wheel Remote Control Switch]
1.
Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.
2.
Remove the driver airbag module.
(Refer to the RT group)
3.
Remove the steering wheel.
(Refer to the ST group - "Steering column & shaft")
4.
Loosen the mounting screws from the rear steering wheel cover.

5.
Separate the upper steering wheel remote control switch (A) from the steering wheel.
[LH]

[RH]

6.
Remove the upper steering wheel control switch (B) disconnecting the connector (A).
[LH]

[RH]

[Lower Steering Wheel Remote Control Switch]
1.
Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.
2.
Remove the driver airbag module.
(Refer to the RT group)
3.
Remove the steering wheel.
(Refer to the ST group - "Steering column & shaft")
4.
Loosen the mounting screws from the rear steering wheel cover.

5.
Separate the upper steering wheel remote control switch (A) from the steering wheel.
[LH]

[RH]

6.
Remove the upper steering wheel control switch (B) disconnecting the connector (A).
[LH]

[RH]

7.
Separate the lower steering wheel control switch (A) loosening the mounting screws.
[LH]

[RH]

8.
Remove the lower steering wheel control switch (B) disconnecting the connector (A).
[LH]

[RH]

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