Since this is a how-to, for the steering wheel, I wanted to add a note about replacing the _wheel_ itself. Once you get all of the air bag and spokes/controls off, a 20-mm socket will remove the nylock nut from the steering column. Once off, you can rock the wheel back and forth a bit, and it comes right off. No need for a wheel puller (in fact, there's no provision for one) to get the thing off. Additionally, there's an arrow on the frame of the factory wheel and a corresponding notch in the steering shaft to aid in aligning the two together so you're not 'turning right' when going straight down the road.