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Yes it fits exactly. Your existing airbag matches precisely, everything plugs in the same way, and the steering wheel buttons function the same way.
 
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I just wish it was as plug-and-play to install a heated wheel...
 
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Here's a Z-28 steering wheel (just custom painted) I currently have on my Eco, same as the SS wheel just with different stitching and the logo.

As far as the heated steering wheel, that's what I'm going to try and do next...
 

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Here's a Z-28 steering wheel (just custom painted) I currently have on my Eco, same as the SS wheel just with different stitching and the logo.

As far as the heated steering wheel, that's what I'm going to try and do next...
Looks like I know my next upgrade! When removing the airbag I assume just disconnect the battery for awhile and unplug it? That’s the only part that makes me nervous. Do you need a steering wheel puller?
 

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Nope, just a decent length breaker bar and a T50 torx bit. Just be careful that the wires don't get tangled and keep the clock spring (under the steering wheel) in about the same position as possible. There's a tab on the clock spring that matches one of the openings on the steering wheel, just line them up.
You don't have to remove the internal wiring before removing the steering wheel, just carefully disconnect the connector from the clock spring.
 

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I'm guessing there's a bunch of wrecked Camaros to have this proliferation of steering wheels out there...:)
 
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Looks like I know my next upgrade! When removing the airbag I assume just disconnect the battery for awhile and unplug it? That’s the only part that makes me nervous. Do you need a steering wheel puller?
I explain the process of removing the steering wheel, including the airbag info and then installing a 2015 Camaro wheel here.

 

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I explain the process of removing the steering wheel, including the airbag info and then installing a 2015 Camaro wheel here.

Ohhh very good, my wheel gets here tomorrow
 

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Got my wheel in. Now my current cruise control is an on and off switch that sticks down. This one is a toggle. Is that an issue?
 

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It...shouldn't be different..... but if it is, you would need to swap out the left side module with your existing one. That would require you to remove the airbag again then disconnect the wiring then pull off the "V" with the controls, then remove the cruise control module (left side of the V) then attach your existing one. Not difficult to do but a minor PITA just because you have to do some disassembly/reassembly on the steering wheel. Details here: GM Cruze Leather Steering Wheel technical guide
 
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