There wasnt a great write up on this that I could find after weeks on this forum. All I had was pieces and parts from threads and other websites. So I figured that when I went to take the plunge that I would take a good amount of photos to help someone, my car has less the 5000 miles on it so I didnt want to break anything, but I finally bit the bullet and went for it. This was the process I used:
open the hood
Locate the battery
Lift up access flap
Disconnect Red Cable from block, cover/ cap cable so it doesnt make the connection any more, let sit for ~30 mins
Once all the power in the system has been removed, get in the drivers set and put your keys in so you can turn the wheel and turn the wheel so its fully upside down, so the bars form a arrow facing up. Now there will be two holes in the back of the wheel, slide something skinny and longer (i used very small screwdrivers) into the dots towards the center. You will have to punch through a little bit of foam, this is super easy, then slid your tools along the guided path, as this photo shows:
What you are doing is sliding to metal spring clips, I have taken the clips out and taken photos so you have an idea what you are sliding. THIS IS THE VIEW FROM THE BACK
This is the view from the other side, from the front:
These are kinda a pain, but no impossible, just take your time and eventually they will unhook the airbag, after these clips the air bag will just pop off.
Now that the airbag is out we will disconnect the airbag from the car, I disconnected the bag directly from the cables its easy enough to release them with your hands, no tools needed
To release the clips you have to slide the front up and then the whole cable will detach, set the airbag aside
Disconnect the internal wire harness, There is one that goes to the center ring, right where the airbag connects, and one for the audio controls and one for the cruise control. (wires circled in green) Remove the bolts (that are circled in red) They should be a T35.
Once all thats out, there will only be one bolt left, a big T50 in the center, remove that bolt, helps if you have someone else hold the wheel. Then the wheel should slid right off, I didnt need a puller and I have many people havent had to have one either.
Place the new wheel on, there will be grooves to help slid it new wheel on the right way, once it is slid on just do the reversal of the same steps. and when you get to placing the airbag / horn back on you line it up in the right spot and press firmly in until it click in. now your done!!!
If you have any questions feel free to PM me at anytime and I will try and help as much as possible! I also help this helps at least one person!!